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Félicitations, vous venez juste de passer le premier casting pour participer à votre premier film d’horreur du célèbre Director X !
Date de parution: 29 oct 2010
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Félicitations, vous venez juste de passer le premier casting pour participer à votre premier film d’horreur! Le célèbre Director X vous donne la chance de percer dans le cinéma ! Son style très personnel a fait de lui l’un des plus grands réalisateurs de films d’épouvante. Les grands noms et les visages reconnus ne l’intéressent pas. Director X recherche de nouvelles têtes et avec votre pitoyable CV, vous êtes le candidat idéal !

Mais sept autres espoirs sont également dans la course. A vous de prouver vos talents pour être en tête d’affiche ! Vous allez devoir déchirer, mordre et exploser tout ce qui bouge afin de poursuivre votre chemin jusqu’au sommet. Ce job va être mortel !

Développé par Outerlight, Bloody Good Times propose une nouvelle approche dans l’univers des FPS multijoueur. Le jeu fonctionne avec le Valve’s Source engine, connu pour ses shooters multijoueur de renom tels que Half-Life et Team Fortress. Bloody Good Time sera disponible uniquement en téléchargement sur XBLA et sur Steam.

Comprend :

  • Soyez un vicieux psychopathe ! Enfoncez la tête de vos ennemis dans la cuve des toilettes, écrasez leurs têtes dans leurs assiettes pendant qu’ils mangent, faites tout votre possible pour mutiler et tuer vos concurrents dans de morbides et étonnantes situations.
  • Utilisez un arsenal d’armes délirant pistolets, batte de baseball, poêle à frire et même un rat explosif téléguidé pour transformer les studios en un cimetière !
  • Affrontez jusqu’à 8 joueurs dans un FPS multijoueur déjanté et unique.
  • Incarnez de nombreux personnages dignes des séries Z, de la Bimbo en bikini au clown terrifiant.
  • Découvrez l’envers du décor Hollywoodien et ses cartes multijoueur loufoques : une plage de Spring Break, la maison hanté, l’hôtel de Las Vegas.
  • Développé par Outerlight, connu pour leur travail sur “The Ship” et le mod Half-Life de « The Ship ». Ce studio écossais a su allier avec brio humour et gameplay de qualité pour Bloody Good Time.
  • Fonctionnant sous le Valve’s Source engine, Bloody Good Time a la même origine que les FPS multijoueurs les plus connus, tels que Half-Life, Team Fortress et Counter-Strike.

Configuration requise

    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft Windows XP SP2 / Vista SP1 (32bit) / Windows 7 (32bit)
    • Processeur : Pentium 4 3.0GHz Dual Core
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go
    • Affichage : 128 Mo, Shader model 2.0, ATI 9600, NVidia 6600 ou meilleure
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 2 Go
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
    • Périphériques : PS2/USB
    • Pour 6-8 joueurs en mode multi il est conseillé de suivre les caractéristiques qui sont recommandées (et non les caractéristiques minimum)
    • Internet (TCP/IP) et LAN (TCP/IP) supportés. Le jeu sur internet nécessite une connexion haut débit et des cartes réseaux avec les derniers pilotes.
    Recommandée
    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft Windows XP SP2 / Vista SP1 (32bit) / Windows 7 (32bit)
    • Processeur : Pentium 4 Dual Core 3.0 GHz
    • Mémoire : 2 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : ATI X1600, NVidia 7600 ou meilleure avec 256 Mo de mémoire vidéo , Shader model 3.0
    • DirectX® : DirectX 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 2 Go d'espace disque
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX 9.0c
    • Périphériques : PS2/USB
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Bloody Good Time is a spiritual successor to The Ship. The best way to describe it is as a murder party FPS set at a movie shooting location. There are several game modes (Hunt, Elimination, Deathmatch...), but the goal is always the same in the end: kill the other actors. The player has a vast array of weapons (katana, revolver, exploding remote-controlled mouse, flamethrower...) and tools (gluegun, lullaby sheep...) to help him in this task. However, I think the game really shines when it is played against other human players rather than the AI and unluckily there is almost no one that still plays the game.

The game uses the Source engine, so it'll run on most computers. On the other hand, it isn't particularly good looking though the cartoon theme is well done and matches the game's athmosphere. As for the soundtrack, it is decent but forgetable.

TL;DR: Buy this game if you enjoyed the Ship and/or if you have friends to play it with. Its humor is greatly decreased when played against AI.

If you want to read a more thorough review, check out my blog post.
Posté le : 14 janvier 2014
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Bloody Good Time is what I consider one of my (albeit many) guilty pleasures. Do I recommend it? Well... sort of.

First and foremost, what all potential buyers need to realize is the game never really finished development, may as well be considered 'dead' in terms of the online play (though there are a few groups that do planned game nights), and is far from perfect.

That said, it can be a very enjoyable game to mess around with now and then, as it does have bots for singleplayer experiences. Is it the ultimate in difficult or varied gameplay? Absolutely not. Is it stunningly beautiful with some kind of mind blowing story? Hardly (though I'm quite partial to the graphical style). But CAN YOU HAVE FUN IN A UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT AND EXPERIENCE? YES.

I think most folks that bought BGT initially were expecting a much more expanded experience from the developer's previous game: The Ship. However, the development was prematurely ended. They had *no chance* to make this a game that would meet expectations, so complaints about that should be summarily tossed out in my opinion.

What the game DID end up providing was a framework that is fun to play, unique to experience, and a base of inspiration for future developers.

So here's the low-down:

Graphics
Pretty good (I'm a huge fan of the style, personally, but I'm kind of weird :P). Nicely stylized and well-themed. Not AAA standard, but who cares about that nonsense.

Sound
Another "pretty good". Not a lot to say here, as it's a pretty straight forward game that doesn't have a whole lot of chances to show its chops.

Gameplay
I REALLY like the gameplay, and while it could have definitely been expanded upon, the version available isn't all that shabby. There is a good amount of weapon variety, map layouts, environmental traps, game modes, etc. Certainly not infinite potential, but a fair amount (depending on price). The bots aren't exactly the smartest AI in the world, but if you intentionally prevent yourself from exploiting their shortcomings they can be quite fun.

Difficulty
This is kind of a toss-up. It really depends on how you play and how much you exploit mechanics that will *never* be fixed. Basically: you can have as much fun as you allow yourself to have... if you get greedy and elitist, you'll find that fun-factor and difficulty plummeting quite quickly.

Multiplayer
Again, the game is 'dead'.... but if you have friends at a LAN party or whatever, this can be an absolute blast to play. Just don't expect to find any random pick-up games outside of dedicated Steam Groups that hold organized game nights.


Overall I'd say the game is fairly good if you're looking for something new and interesting to mess around with now and then. If you have friends that you can play with, the game can be freakin fantastic.. but bot play will work in the short term (though will definitely get tiring after awhile). But hey, depending on the price it may be worth it for something you can install and play a few hours every now and then (like I do).

Is "The Ship" better? Yeah, most likely... but BGT is quite a bit different in theme and style, so it's hard to compare. If you want the ultimate in 'murder party' experiences, go with The Ship... if you want a more deathmatch-y, ridiculous setup go with BGT (or just go with both and have all your desires satisfied).

This review makes me wish Steam had a "sort of" recommendation option, because it really is kind of a 50/50 chance that you'll enjoy it.
Posté le : 25 avril 2014
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this game is very fun and a BLOODY GOOD TIME with friends see what i did there?? yea you did any way the game is good with lots of replayablity but very few server's aka 3 but still very very fun
Posté le : 8 juin 2014
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Excellent game, its like a copy of "The ship" but better.

Too bad there is not more servers to play Multiplayer...
Posté le : 27 janvier 2014
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This game is exactly as the title states; it's bloody fun to play. The rules are simple (kill or be killed), and the gameplay is easy to pick up on and fast-paced. There are several game modes with varying levels of difficulty, but I tend to play Deathmatch most often. Basically, you're an out of work movie actor/actress looking for a part in a new film by the hottest horror movie director in Hollywood. This director demands bloodshed with style; he will constantly critique your kills and advise you on your techniques. You can choose to kill any way you want, and whomever you want. However, if you don't pay attention to which murder weapons are considered "hot" at that time, you won't earn as many points per kill. Your true goal is to become the director's darling, after all.

As far as weapons go, the variety is as fun as playing in a more twisted version of Tom & Jerry: there's anything from katanas, axes, syringes, stun guns, flamethrowers, frying pans and more at your disposal. There's also a multitude of "murder aids" (like mines, lures or lullaby-inducing sheep) that can be helpful. The environments themselves can also be used to your advantage, with plenty of creative traps to use on your victims. Another fun mechanic is the fact that you have to pay attention to your current state of energy, hunger and...need to use the bathroom for lack of a better term. It will effect your speed and performance, so be sure to catch up on sleep, eat, or use the toilet when needed...just don't be surprised if someone catches you in a moment of weakness.

From the characters to the settings, the game itself is a parody on the horror genre, and a throwback to all the ultra gory and cheesy b-movies I love. There's nothing deep to this game, nor should there be. It's a guilty pleasure kind of game, satisfying and simple.
Posté le : 29 mars 2014
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