Excerpt: With the first Suffering , Surreal Software tossed their hat into the survival horror ring, giving gamers a horror game that was soaked in gore and filled with gunplay. The story revolved around a man sent to prison for the crime of killing his family.
Pros: Excellent looking enemies and locations, Story is well done, Music and voicework is well done, Morality choices prove to be a nice touch
Cons: Same game as before, Little too much blur effect, Third person camera is too close in
Excerpt: You can imagine the scene. Torque, the anti-hero at the centre of The Suffering: Ties That Bind, is finally talking about his emotional problems with a professional: Doctor: "So how are you today?" Torque: "I'm feeling kind of angry." Doctor: "Why is that?" Torque: "Well, I guess it...
Excerpt: Fans of freaky first-person shooters, unite. If you've read some of my reviews, I've stated at times how I'm not a big FPS fan at all. However, when I (reluctantly) looked at a game last year called
The Suffering, I was freaked out to my core. A little before that I had tried playing
Excerpt: Michael Eckenfels braves unbelieveable horror to bring gamers his review of The Suffering: Ties That Bind. Load that shotgun and get the blood covered undershirt on, its time to put zombies back where they belong.
Excerpt: Midway and Surreal Software push psychotic gore to the limits in the action survival horror game, The Suffering: Ties That Bind. The sequel is rich in detail and packed with plenty of hard core creature combat, but the gameplay and the level design seem to run out of fresh ideas before the game is...
Conclusion: The Suffering: Ties That Bind has its moments, but most of these moments are the same sorts of moments that you saw in last year's game. If you're a fan of the previous game and you're looking for more of the same, Ties That Bind fits the bill, but more expansion on the themes of the first game...
Pros: Great visuals and good sound, Controls well.
Cons: Weapons really lack punch, Increased reliance on creature form doesn't make the game any more interesting, Functionally identical to the original game.
Summary: Last year's Midway horror game, The Suffering, took the genre in a slightly different direction by focusing more on straight-up action, sticking closer to the third-person shooter blueprint rather than adhering to any sort of standard survival horror tactics.
Pros: Great visuals and good sound, Controls well
Cons: Weapons really lack punch, Increased reliance on creature form doesn't make the game any more interesting, Functionally identical to the original game
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