Reviews and Problems with Overclocked: A History of Violence
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25 June 2009
Summary: This game didn't deliver what it promised. I could forgive bad graphics, but puzzles were not challenging (even for my low standards) and one not logical (last password). The story would be OK, and I played the game to find out what happened with patients, but in the end it left out few holes and...
Summary: Game comes with 2 discs - one for play and one for install which I haven't seen before. I spent a lot of time looking at a black screen while waiting for something to happen which gets worse as the game progresses which I think is unacceptable.
Summary: To Start with, this game is not without it's flaws, and the main one for me is when your character is trying to move the story on by re-playing recorded files to your patients on your dictaphone.
Summary: Overclocked is fun to play although a little dialogue-heavy and a lot of flitting about between cells to talk to various patients. The storyline is pretty clever and it also has a pretty good ending.
Summary: Played on Windows Vista 64bit. This is a very decent point & click 3rd person adventure game. The graphics/music are good, and the story is very good, but i think it is a little let down by the way the game is approached.
Summary: I care more about the actual plot/game rather than graphics and voice acting (which are good in this case), so I'll comment on those. What's good about this game: It starts with an interesting plot, which unfolds in a quite unique way, in small pieces from the end to the beginning.
Summary: The two stars in my review go for competent voice acting and nice motion captured animation. Sadly, these are the only well executed parts of the game. Overclockers: A History of Violence is so linear, the game-play is essentially "hunt the 'next' button", rather than using classic point & click...
Summary: In this game, you are a psychiatrist, and have been called in to work with a group of 5 individuals who don't remember why they were taken to an asylum. As you speak with each individual, you begin to uncover a mystery.