How many days have Chinese players played the latest version of 0.2.3? Now you have just sent an old 0.2.2 to non Chinese players? Shame!
Basic mapping, basic puzzles, basic exploration.
This map is basically basic for a lack of a better term.
best fpsc mod there ever was
very very nic mod but its gonna be great if you release some update for it & gladitor campaign u said before im really wating
We did a simular PT map in HGA but you did this perfect. I never got to play the original PT so for me to play this was awesome. I liked that you kept the original tight hallway and you nailed the looping doorway mecanic, the errie feeling and it felt haunted just as the original PT. The monster appierence was great and gave me chills, great work! We thought our version of the PT was great but your version is a masterpeice. I wish you good luck with your future mods :)
good mode thank you drrp team
That was great, It's clearly a tribute to P.T and while it wasn't original at that, the fact you guys made in amnesia made it all cool and original in itself.
Great mod and I hope to see more stuff soon.
At the time of this review I tried the demo. Amazing armors, great scenes, immersive setting, almost no vanilla items were found, uses brytenwalda as base and gives it a strong foundation, the graphic packs elevate the game to another level, a few broken strings but with some more updates this will be not only one of the best Roman mods, but one of the best in general
A fantastic idea on paper, this quickly turns into nothing short of a slog as you find yourself in poorly lit room after poorly lit room relying on automap and blindly humping walls unless you crank your brightness up to max, which makes the game look absolutely hideous. Speaking of which, blindly pressing use on walls is the only way you'll progress throughout these levels, as rather than mark progression with doors, the creator decided to take a less mainstream approach and use unmarked walls. If that doesn't turn you away, then I really hope you enjoy the company of Stalkers and Reivers, as they will keep you company while playing this.
Very noiceeee !
i left my most of my review in the comments. However. This was an excellent custom story. Also an excellent way to promote your next custom story. I say, GREAT job guys, gals, guys n gals. I was freaked out, scared, tense. You are a team to be reckoned with.
Finally a good mod based in the 5th century!
Waiting for the campaign map
Really really good game, but sad to see that the series has devolved to just being another **** multiplayer shooter.
The most well made custom story. Fun to play.
Unfortunately my game bugged out and I was unable to progress when I came to the machine room, I was simply unwilling to play back up until that point after getting the stuff I needed. You can easily do things out of order here, which in result will break the entire sequence since you can't twist the wheels around after you've messed with them and the levers.
Up until that point it was fine, basic Amnesia story with good level design, interesting story and meh voice acting.
Pretty good custom story. Decent level design, voice acting was pretty meh though, and I did encounter a bug when I was dragged back to the cells, I smashed the lock with the sledgehammer, but the gate remained locked, and loading the autosave there just caused Daniel to be submerged in the ground, the previous autosave works fine though which is literally 6 seconds away from that one, so it's not really a problem.
It has a semi-interesting story with a generic dungeon design philosophy going for it, so overall not very interesting, but there was nothing particularly bad about it, there's two routes you can seemingly take as well, but I certainly don't think a total conversion was necessary for this, custom story would've been fine.
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