The graphics resemble the first attempts of a 3D game on the PlayStation One system which allows the player to take an interesting journey back to when 3D games were challenging to see what things actually were.
I love the way the hit detection is made so that when you think you are hitting it, it doesn't actually hit them, it adds so much mystery to the game!
It's great the way that although it is a low resolution game, it lags like hell unless you are on a decent spec gaming computer! It prevents people that don't deserve this amazing game from playing it.
I especially like the way that the game developer gave this game to me for free and told me to give it a good review and tell my friends to buy it :) So that's what I'm doing!
If you are looking for a challenging game not for the actual challenge but the fact that the game handicaps the player, look no further! If you're looking for a game which is more dull than minesweeper, you've come to the right place!
It is great to force your friends to play! The storyline is really unrealistic too which adds a ton to the immersion.
Graphics - 10/10 (Very nostalgic of 3D games from 1998)
Gameplay - 10/10 (Brilliantly challenging, may be almost impossible to play!!)
Story - 10/10 (All the good parts of FarCry 3 removed to give you a nice nitty-gritty experience)
Music 4/10 (It sets the tone and style of the game and has a long and various soundtrack [Not for me!!] )
OVERALL A 10/10 WORST GAME EVER!
EDIT: So the game is now in the weeklong deals. That's fab, more people can experience the melted rainbow of a game that is Day One: Garry's Incidence. I am... happy... that Steam are behind this game and even went so far as to use it as a main game on their homepage. Steam would be making a mistake if they weren't endorsing this! Oh wait, no, the developer just bribed Steam to do it. Wow, that shows that the developer has the money and is therefore a great developer! I'm just going to go send him some money on PayPal.
Oh and some advice to the dev: If you made physical copies of the game, then the game would be worth almost 20 times as much by the value of plastic in the case and ink in the instruction manual. Maybe Gamestop will sell it? Just a thought.
Posted: February 8th, 2014