Having just finished the game no more than an hour ago, I felt it appropriate that I write an honest review. "Sir (or Madam), You Are Being Hunted" is a 'procedurally-generated' first person shooter, set in a hilariously extreme British world, where robot gentlemen hunt humans for sport.
The game does a lot of things right. The setting is unique, as is the plot. Your job, as the human, is to survive against the robotic apocalypse and track down fragments of a teleportation device that will get you safely out of this 'tweedpunk' nightmare. There are 25 fragments, scattered across five islands. If and when you are caught, the robots will not hesitate to shoot. Should you lose all your health and fall to the ground, you'll be sent back to the place where you last saved.
An impressive array of weapons awaits you, however, should you pick and choose your battles wisely. There are weapons ranging from the close-encounter woodcutter's axe to the fine hunting rifle, along with a pistol, shotgun, and blunderbuss. Ammo is scarce, and should be conserved.
Along with ammo and weaponry, there are foodstuffs and bandages. If you've ever played Minecraft, you understand that eating food doesn't refill your health. It refills your hunger, which when close to 100%, heals your health. Sir, You Are Being Hunted is very similar. As you traverse the British countryside, your vitality will drop. Eating food will raise that, which will in turn raise your health, should you be recovering from an encounter.
tl;dr, This game is great. You'll laugh, you'll jump, and you'll have a heck of a lot of fun. I totally recommend this game, to anyone who enjoys stealthy shoot and loot type games.
Pubblicata: 26 Gennaio 2014