Reviews by killlerkirsche
A little bit addictivekilllerkirsche | Oct. 3, 2012 | Review of Age of Fear: The Undead King
Maybe Age of Fear: The Undead King doesnt look good, but graphics doesnt matter in this case. Even though there arent any cutscenes, you won't miss them. Age of Fear is a throwback to the good old times, when developers were focused more on game content than shiny graphics. Unluckily, the campaign itself is pretty short, but there is also the well known skirmish modes. Long story short, the game itself is for this price a must-buy, if you are interested in that genre and want to support a small indie studio.
The game to the bookkilllerkirsche | July 26, 2012 | Review of Metro 2033
Well, if you didn´t read the book Metro 2033 you won´t miss too much. Even though Metro 2033 is based heavily at the book, you can still enjoy it even not knowing the book, but you will miss some hints.
You should also better prepare yourself for the game. To run it fluantly, you should have a good PC, but you will be rewarded with a wonderful atmosphere and graphic.
Even though its a stealth game and sometimes quite shocking, it has its own very style. The story is very close to reality, because the world has been destroyed by a nuclear war. Those who saved themselves fleed to the Moscow Metro. You are taking the role of Artjom who set out of the Metro and explores the abandoned surface of Moscow.
All in all, its a pretty good game, which will have its own sequel, which is not based at Metro 2034.
In the spirit of Transport Tycoonkilllerkirsche | July 26, 2012 | Review of Cities in Motion: Ulm DLC
Well, actually this game is just like the old Transport Tycoon from MicroPose. You take responsibility of a transport company for 100 years. Just like its ideal Transport Tycoon you have also to watch at the economy and set your prices. There are several types of vehicles just like bus, tram, metro and also ships and helicopters.
The DLC has a pretty good value for its money, although the map is small and not everything is covered with buildings. Also you have an huge amount of money for building which will gives you besides the abandon space enough room for experiments.
In my opinion, if you liked games like Transport Tycoon and are interested in getting that DLC, you should buy it.It is cheap and adds some new interesting content.
Good old classic gameskilllerkirsche | July 19, 2012 | Review of Beyond Divinity
Well, maybe Beyond Divinity doesn´t look so good like newer games, it still has his own style. You can compare it to the Diablo series,but with more freedom in it. You can move wherever you want. The game itself is divided into 4 acts and you take control of two characters. But this isn´t all. In each act, you can acquire a summoner spell, which helps you a lot in combat.
The story takes place 20 years after Divine Divinity and you are the servant of the divine one, the paladin. During a battle, you will be dragged into another universe and soul forged to a demon knight. It is a pretty common story, but with its own charme.
FPS with TDkilllerkirsche | June 23, 2012 | Review of Sanctum
Well, what can I say about this game? Well, let´s talk about the good things.
If you know, what Tower Defence is, then you know half of the game. If you know, what First Person Shooters are, then you know the other half of the game. It´s pretty simple, they have just mixed these two types of gameplay and put it together.
In my humble opinion, you have to play that game with some friends. In my view, Sanctum is perfect for playing a half an hour and then you should do something different. It isn´t the game, where you want to play two hours in a row.