Přidáno: 24. prosince 2014
I never owned the PS1 original, but looking at youtube gives me reason to assume that this was a good game, one that I kind of wish I could play through. Why can't I? Well because this is an incredibly lazy port of it. The controls aren't even wasd, until you find out that there is sort of an options menu, but only in-game. Apparently even the PS1 game had a sound menu, but we don't get one. That is a huge problem because of the constantly looping background music, that is INCREDIBLY LOUD.
EDIT: It is possible to find the options, though they are only available in-game, as previously stated. What's worse than the game not having a sound option? Well, a lot of things, specifically Hitler, and that said sound options in the menu DO NOT EVEN WORK. You have the slider to turn the music off, but it's just as loud no matter what you do. I reccommend plugging in your headphones, and just not wearing them at all.
By far though, the game's biggest sin is laziness. It has a password system. Some of you might be a little nostalgic for passwords, but no. It's a port to the PC, we have internal storage, there's no reason for this game to require passwords anymore, but there they are... Again, you have to look in the menu for them, and you can't copy/paste the passwords either, which means writing them all down! You get the passwords in a little window that says "Message from programmer dude." So that basically sums it up, they just made one guy sit down at his desk for 45 minutes and port this game so they could put it out on Steam. Not worth your money unless you are extremely nostalgic for this game, and if you have it on your Play Station, that's probably the way you should play it.