[BHR] A True Inspiration
The game I shall review is a long time fav:
Fallout. Infest by Bobbler
... splode, don't bash me if I don't hit the entertainment aspect spot on. :3
On to the review:
Fallout. Infest was absolutely spectacular, exactly what you want in a 3D game. (Well... more of what I want.) Not only did was this game well paced, and mostly lag free. It also innovated the use of dialogue through the simplicity of telling what an area is, to reading notes and a good convo with some splode chick/stuck up richard. This game gave us a true feel of the environment (Definitely a role model in this way towards me.) and the action too. Each area you went in to had it's own feel, whether it was the barren wastelands (A splode dining room carpet >.> Looks pretty realistic too.) A room in which the lights were out and infested ghouls roamed the bomb suited hallways, or a regular old room in which a crazy old lady lived. ( We was going to get it ooon. ;D) The room fit. But there were some problems, such as often finding an empty room even though it had a title such as "Fallout paradise" or "room" which implies something kewl must have been there, you'll find absolutely nothing. It seems at points, bobbler might have not gone through the game more than once, or he just rushed through the game. But overall the environment seemed pretty nifty and definitely did inspire me in other games.
Now, let me stop raving on about the graphics, let's get to the action. :D Now that is something I am good at. This game is a hit and run game that is unlike any game I have found yet. I found myself jaw dropped from the action, this isn't some shooter or a stealthy type game. This is a full blown emp run your splode off type game for the 3D. (Yes boys, something to drop those pants for.) The game is centered around one type of action which you would think, makes this game a little repetitive because all you do is run around while admiring the scenery around you. But it isn't, mainly because bobbler doesn't drag you into long fights, each one seemed to last for around ten seconds, with little breaks in between, giving you around 1-2 minutes of actual gameplay. But I believe this is good because I don't want to be straight up running for about 5 minutes.
Aw splode, another thing in this game that is special enough to talk about. :D SIDE MOTHATRUCKING QUESTS! These aint your fully blasted story type missions like the main one, these are quite small but still fun to do. Things such as saving old ladies from 2 goons that are about to rape her (Presumably that is what is happening in the wastelands.) or just exploring around to find weapons. This is the splode, someone who likes a good RPG such as myself, learn to really appreciate side quests. Yes, this is the splode. Not main mission good, but better than any game on the everyone's page.
Yay dialogue, not much to talk about, it was amazing. There are multiple people in the vault, with multiple different personalities, such as; Crazy lady, Nice grandma, weird splode bipolar splode, splode, and some others I forgot. You'll have your fare share. It's great, but not Jessy great.
Story wise, this game is also pretty good, not much to say, but imagine megaton from Fallout 3, make the sheriff crazy, and put someone who does a great job with dialogue in charge. Yah, pretty kewl.
Now onto grading this splode
Gameplay: ****/***** (Well done, but could have used a little variety)
Dialogue: *****/***** (Great)
Side quests: ****/***** (A little bland)
Enemy placement: ****/***** (A little excessive)
Lag handling: ***.5/***** (Can get really laggy if you don't do what bobbler planned.)
Graphics: *****/***** (Pimptastic)
Jawdropage: *****/***** (Rapesauce)
Epicness: *****/***** (Really good)
Use of space: ****/***** (Could have filled up some of the spaces)
Handling the player: *****/***** (You played the player, you know what he was going to do. Kudos to you.)
Overall hidden factor: 4.45 .15=4.6/5
Final comments: Play this game, love this game, read some more of my reviews. :3