A spawn of Painkiller. Very gore filled, combat orientated. I consider it a big title despite the many flaws
16 April 2013
Excerpt: First off all, to let you all know where did this game came from: a few men from People Can Fly, after their company was bought by Epic, joined Farm 51 and started out making this game, based on the pain engine with lua programing language - the same engine and programing that powered Painkiller, the original game. So it is safe to say, that Necrovision is the direct spawn of Painkiller in all ways, and a great one, but certainly not Painkiller 2.
Summary: It's funny how people give it a 2 or 3 after probably playing this for... like 1 hour. This game starts dull, where you fight supernatural creatures with WW1 weaponry, but 2-3 hours into the game, you also get supernatural powers and become a powerhouse of destruction... and fun. GRAPHICS: It's the PK engine, so don't expect anything great. SOUND: Cheesy voice acting, but some nice weapon sounds. Repetitive music.
Summary: I guess if ZacharyB can score this game without playing it, I can too. I'm happy to see WW1 get some attention without worrying about how accurate a video game is. I really don't think anyone is going to become confused about whether or not World War 1 involved zombies. 10/10 to make up for the guy being an ass.
Summary: The fancy is okay, but the implementation is terrible. The graphics is too old, some sounds and musics is sucks. There are a lot of bugs. Bad story, monoton, boring. The AI is one of the worst in games history (maybe the Sniper: Ghost Warrior is the worst which i played).
Summary: I wasn't quite sure what to expect from this one. The cover hints at similarities with Painkiller, and sure enough, in a way Painkiller seems to have been the inspiration for this game: a guy who makes semi-witty remarks with two different weapons in his hands, demons, hell, giant bosses. But there is more. You're an English guy thrown in the middle of WWI, not WWII, so there are no Nazis, but there are Germans, and they are the first villains, of course.
Summary: Great game if you love Painkiller or similar games. Lots of undead to blast away (though I'd love some more), interesting story and enough dynamic gameplay to keep you interested all the way through. Though it needs to be harder (on a higher difficulty), more monsters and co-op mode.