Reviews and Problems with Clive Barker's Undying
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Works on Vista!
J.A. Weigend, Amazon
5 August 2013
Summary: Although the box doesn't mention Vista, this game runs very smoothly on my 32 Windows Vista laptop. My laptop has no upgrades to speak of, but it can run this classic game on the highest settings!
Summary: I absolutely love this game. The visuals are just beautiful! The setting keeps changing, and the sights just get better. The gameplay is loads of fun, too. It's awesome that you can wield both a weapon and a spell.
Summary: I know that this review is a many years late. Most people now will not have the pleasure of ever knowing this game if they missed it. Others will be turned of by the dated graphics, and lower system requirements than most games these days demand (Crysis, Bioshock etc.).
One of the most frightening game experiences ever...
Nick Dollinger, Amazon
26 December 2007
Summary: Yes, I know what you're all going to say: "THIS GAME'S TOO OLD FOR ME! I ONLY PLAY BRAND NEW GARBAGE WITH FANCY-SHMANCY GRAPHICS AND LOTS OF ACTION! YAHHHHHHHHHH!" But please don't let the age of this product get in the way of your dull sensibilities (come on, kids, it's not even 10 years old!
Summary: I'll just echo what others have said here. I'm just now finally getting a ways into this game five years later. Primarily because 5 years ago, this game was just too complex for me to play, and my PC couldn't handle it well either.
Summary: Its 2005 and I know this game came out 5 years ago but I am still impressed not to mention a little freaked out. The graphics are just fine by any standards and the gameplay is typical first person shooter, but thats not what make this a great game its the feeling you get when youre playing it and...
Summary: It is maddening that this game was such a commercial disappointment for Clive. It really is one of the best FPS games that`s ever been put together. The detail is stunning. When you kill someone (or someTHING) it falls dead on the floor and a huge puddle of blood floods out of its carcass...
Summary: Clive Barker's Undying is yet another bold step in a new genre for the PC Gaming market: First-Person Terror. This game drips with atmosphere and fear; at times I was deeply afraid to open the next door, or too busy running from a violent ghost to keep track of where I was going.
Summary: Clive Barker is the master of horror. This game brings his works to the computer, and does so in a way that does his name justice. If you play this game alone, in the dark, no lights on, you will be scared.
Stunningly Original horror/first person shooter game
14 February 2002
Summary: C'mon you lot. You are always complaining that there aren't enough original games out there. But if you don't buy 'em they won't be able to make them, so please go out and buy this one. It's an intelligent, engrossing game that just gets better and better as you work your way through the levels.