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: 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.
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...
Conclusion: its hard to describe this game it was good but repetative the story line is ok quite good even but executed badly. the graphics art work is average for this type of game and has a good atmosphear to it the main charactoer is likeable with decent voice acting u can relate to this guy so it draws u in...