Reviews and Problems with Cryostasis: Sleep of Reason
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Great Idea gone crazy
14 April 2013
Summary: Coulda been a real goodun this, the premiss is great (finding out what happened to a ships crew that became froze in arctic seas for years and the the slow creeping madness as order breaks down) Unfortunately the execution is Abominable and the ship is very samey, wasting a great oppertunity for a...
Summary: Framerates in this game are staggeringly slow, producing an almost strobe-like effect. I discovered this was because, as with S.T.A.L.K.E.R., the game can only use one core of your multi-core processor. When you consider that ALL modern PC's use multi-core processing, this seems a bit baffling.
Summary: Agree with the other posters who said this game is slow and boring. All you ever seem to do is open doors and flick switches! I dont know how this game got a good review. When you do have to fight enemies the weapons you have are totally useless. Everything just seems to drag drag drag.
Can't believe they have the cheek to charge for this!
L. Burgess, Amazon
28 March 2009
Summary: The game is one of the most boring games I've ever played, you spend hours walking at a snails pace just finding switches and things. I don't have an nvidia card with physx, only a ATi 4870, so the game runs awful and if I turn the video settings to shader model 4.0 and some other settings on high...
Summary: On a Q6600 Quadcore CPU and a Asus Nvidia ENGTX260 with 896 MB Memory, played on Windows 7 64bit, the Game bucking very heavy. FPS are so slow that Enemys are by your Side without see how the Enemy is move to this Place.
Summary: I bought Cryostasis on the back of reviews that it was a decent survival horror with a creepy feel. I'm not an experienced gamer, just someone looking for the same buzz I got from Resident Evil 4. Anyway, this game is pretty dull.