*Writes Constructive, Fair Review*
There are alot of things about Jessy.
Things that make you wonder.
Things that make you think.
Things that make you want to throw up (Unless, you know, you're into that mushy stuff..)
Things that make you awe.
Today, I decided this game would be the best to make a very great in size, large, review. Jessy, if you don't already know, is a 3D game. Now, not many hits have been made with the 3D game creator. None have made it onto the Epic Games List (Located on the main site now) and only few have proved brilliance, such as Cr4zy , An Unlikely Pairing , Unexpected thrill , and Mist. Does Jessy make that cut?
Yes, Jessy indeed makes the cut as brilliant. Honestly, I think this game is far more billiant that any 3D game out there. The things this game has to offer will keep any frequent gamer on Sploder amazed at what Darut1234 did.
Jessy isn't cut into "sections" like many 3D games. Actually, this game moves very smoothly between it's intense storyline and monster enducing action with very little dialouge and very little clues at all hinting towards why there were monsters and who Jessy even is.
Jessy, in my opinion, was washed up with the many other games made during that time, and completely forgetten about practically. Honestly, this game should've gotten alot more credit then it did. Although, many call it legend, many others have yet to try it, many people who would enjoy a game such as this, and many who would probably deem this one of the greatest 3D games on Sploder..
But what do you expect from someone with game making skills like Darut1234?
As we move on from the review, we move into the game Jessy itself.
Into a game of love (ugh), passion, (ugh), love AND passion (ugh), and some kickbutt action. (yay).
This is Jessy.
Clicks Jessy Game
Daput starts you out in what seems to be a dark level full of nothing but dialouge. Which, in essence, isn't so bad like in most games where you're being blasted at while you're trying to read a simple setence. The poem and realness of the dialouge is great, kind of scary, meant to be like that I bet though.
Next level, it seems where inside some sort of lab/plant/office/burger king of some sort? Ofcourse, the dialouge helps you understand where you're at throughout the story. The action seems great, not over the top with 100 lizard whatever the splode things those creatures are. Again, the girl Jess writes back, and it isn't as the man hoped for.
Level three, the dialouge stays mushy. Great. But the level designs keep getting different, while the same basis stands. It seems the action is not only staying and being implimented throughout each level, but it's managed to get different. This is the last level I will describe, because I want you to experience the rest without any clue what's going on whatsoever (even though i've beaten this game) I can, however, for Darut's sake, review the elements of this game.
Well, woah ho ho ho. I'm guessing many of the forumers, and many of the people who have played the 3D from the beginning are guessing action cannot be made in the 3D without it being artificial or very boring or very "repetetive" or whatever. But nope, you're wrong. Apparently, you can thank Darut for proving you wrong. He seemed to make action come to life in the game. You can also see that the dialouge in the game gives you and understanding of the action, and why things like lava and such are placed.
This category is probably most famous for 3D. Dialouge, if you already don't know, is the talk between player to other enemies, enemies to player, random comments in the game, ect. (Example: "You're going the wrong way. The Scientest is the other way.) Well, the dialouge in this game is very different from games such as An Unlikely Pairing. This game offers very little dialouge while still being the dialouge is probably the most important thing in the game. Since the dialouge holds so much information. The dialouge is also written in notes, and notices, and such. Not direct dialouge, which is pretty neat. While in games such as An Unlikely Pairing the dialouge is straightforward (which isn't bad, though) Although, the length of reading the notes were exhausting, but that wasn't Darut's fault.
Not even a problem whatsoever. Although, not too many 3D game makers have even the slightest lag.
Darut managed to come ontop with a new 3D Game Maker, well, atleast in my book. This game offers much of what you'll probably see in a 3D game, and in it's own genre, this game reaches it's full potential. This game, while being a fun to play for some, may be a future inspiration for others.
*This game should be played. No buts, you go out, press one of the inside review links to this game (*cough* Jessy *cough*) and get your butt to playing as some guy who uncovers some phyco dude who has some big crush on some lady who already has some dude and some kids who might die because the crazy guy wants to kill that one dude with the wife... or something like that.