Can't talk about the game but was happy with the vendor
Virginia Dad, Amazon
16 December 2010
Summary: The disk wouldn't work so I never did get to play this game. The vendor was good about refunding me though, which kept this in the "good experience" column. My thanks go to the vendor. Hopefully, I'll get a chance to play this game someday.
Summary: I started playing this game but haven't gotten around to finishing it yet. Never played the multi-player so I can't comment on that aspect of the game. The AI is fairly smart and the dialogue is cool, but it isn't nearly as impressive or engaging as NOLF. Some games I play for a while and then get bored with them and tossed them out. Not sure yet if RTCW will fall into that category.
Its an OK game, I never really got into it though.
C. Johnson, Amazon
9 October 2006
Summary: Wow, I thought this game would NEVER end. And that is not a good thing. Some levels were pretty fun, but for the most part it was very repititive, and downright frustrating at times. The graphics in this game were pretty good. Definetely not up to the level of Quake 4 or Doom 3, but being though this is a pretty old game, that is acceptable. It ran fine on my A64 3400 /w ATI 800XL 256 MB card. I also have one Gig of PC3200 Ram.
Summary: It doesn't take long for humans to become nostalgic about the good times in their lives. Likewise, it doesn't take long for a PC game to be considered a classic. Id Software and Apogee's *Wolfenstein 3D* became one of the most revered PC games in the last decade. For the two or three readers who don't know, *Wolf* launched the first-person shooter game from a gimmick to a genre back in 1992.
Summary: Granted... this game is not a bad game BUT... there several other games out there with MUCH better multiplayer and single player... namely the half-life series and I found RTCW an overall disappointment. In short, BUY HALF-LIFE NOW!
Summary: This game was actually very good. The envirvoment is very dark, and gives you the feeling of a Nazi-controlled place. The music is also very good done, scary in the "occult"-events, and action-thriller-like when you're in action. The only fault, or problem, or whatever you would call it, is the undead. They just, well, don't fit. In every game/movie about Nazis fingering with "mysteries", there is always undead and the devil, and that kind of stuff.
Summary: Some things about the game turned me on, some off, yet some of the music was quite interesting. People say you feel sick playing this. That is mainly because of the movement, at least in my opinon. When I first played Descent, I was not use to flying a ship in all axis's, and looking down and not falling, etc.
Summary: Judging from the other reviews of this game I read on Amazon and on other sites I was truly expecting to be impressed. The fact of the matter is that I wasn't - and here is why: - The settings of the game are, more often than not, in some darkened basement, house, or outside at night. The ones that weren't like the level where you infiltrate the camp in search of the sniper rifle, were enjoyable to play and took advantage of the graphic capabilities of the game.