main complaints, move to slow-, can't see-, to short+
Controls - Movement is far to slow the sprint should be the walking speed, and clicking upwards of 6+ times to pick up an item. Random moments you cannot move unless you click, and one time it gives you no sign what so ever that you need to.
vision - to dark or grainy, i can't quite put my finger on if it is both. It is hard to tell what is what. stealth mode is completely useless because all I see is black.
the controls tutorial came a little late, but I blame my self for not looking it up on the site in the first place when I noticed no options.
That's the problems, but I did feel it was to short. I did have fun with the game and wanted to keep playing. despite the issues it has the core of the game is actualy good. (i did end up getting killed, so I am sure there is something more to this game than i played. I wanted to see more, but it would be nice if i could see it; and it didn't take 5 minutes to reach each door.
If you just feel like killing 20 min on a small horror demo, it is worth it to play. should at least entertain you.
This mod is absolutely amazing.
Apart from being a fan of Star Wars since 1996, I feel like this mod should get more attention because it fills in the gaps for Battlefront 3 and it Lightsabers /w blasters.... 10/10 from me (Would put 20/10 if it was on Warband.
Just finished this game and I must say, I really love it!
Story had a very nice flow and pacing to it, (Along with great faction backgrounds. For the Wry, the Hitchhikers Guide reference was genius!) You never really feel like you're just "killing time" til the next Intel report. (Always advancing towards something.) Getting rune powerups was very badass, as well as the challenges to get them. (Loved the riddles!) I can tell the makers wanted to do much more with this game, but the pieces that are there, are very well implemented, enjoyable, and fit together nicely. (Becoming faction leader doesn’t feel gimmicky, i.e. Spore.)
But above all, the way the story unfolds it what sold it for me. From the start your perception of the universe is confined to just one space station, til the end when you have transcended time and space itself. When the aliens invade, you watch in silent horror as the enemies you once fought get cut down, one by one. (Conveys a feeling of helplessness without being frustrating very well.)
All this to say, thanks for the love you put into Salvation Prophecy Jabberwocky (And everyone else)! And I would love to see a sequel of sorts one day!