Summary: I had the patience to finish it but glad that ended. A very very very long game of a classic mad creepy something person (doctor, scientist, psycho, whatever ... ) that has something or someone dear to you and you have to save it. I liked the book if that counts but has almost nothing to do with the game. It reminds me a lot of Mountain Crime Requital including the ending idea with the hero being .... well you'll see if not played yet.
Summary: Yet another HO/adventure hybrid. This one had faultless graphics - even the backgrounds were animated in many scenes. And there were cutscenes aplenty, all done well. Whenever you spoke to characters there were voiceovers too, though I did not like how the same voice actor and actress was playing so many different characters as they all clearly sounded the same (e.g. Matilda and Charlotte). But that's pretty much where the goodness ends for me.
Summary: When I heard that Splash Damage was making the game, I decided that I had to get it. As a fan of their previous works however, I was quite disappointed by what I got. The premise of the Parkour Enemy Territory sounded good but poorly executed. The overall gameplay feels extremely slow and somewhat tedious as it is basically small scale 8v8 or just 8 player coop compstomp.
Summary: Fun game, not worth 59.99, but a good game to get once the price drops. For PC it had a weird bug when looking down your sights, it would extend the view way too much. This is suppose to be addressed in a patch, but I've already moved on.