Summary: Darkest of Days isn’t without its problems; the frame rate jerkiness can be a real hassle sometimes. Luckily the story and game play are fun enough that you can usually look past this. I couldn’t put this down once I started playing it. I loved the fact that I felt like I was really part of the historical battles, even if I was carrying a beefed up automatic recoil-less shotgun.
Conclusion: Nvidia has made it possible to make our games seem more realistic through the use of PhysX. PhysX is looking like a reality in future games. Who would not want to see a bit more of an enviroment that completly reacts to the player as we play a game?
Excerpt: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Trailer 0 Developer: Eidos Montreal Publisher: Square Enix Platform: Xbox 360, PS3, PC Price: $59.99 Release Date: February 2011 Posted by ZeitgeistReview Read Full Post
Summary: In Darkest of Days, the action begins with the player being ripped from his period in time by a mysterious organization moments before his grisly death. In order to ensure the future of mankind, he is then tasked with the mission to travel back and forth through time – to famous, turning-point battle campaigns in world history – acting as the organization’s agent in a larger, seemingly otherworldly, battle between good and evil.
Excerpt: Time travel is one of those gimmick concepts that just seems really hard to mess up when it comes to entertainment. Star Trek has done time travel to death, and yet it always seems entertaining. …
Excerpt: As most games, in between summers too early fall games go, the games that come out during this time of year are usually mediocre at best. Occasionally we get a game that is good but it is not great. As summers go, a lot of times we gamers will play just about any type of game that we can get our grubby little paws on. Waiting for late fall/ winter time for the really good games to come out.