Reviews and Problems with The Suffering: Ties That Bind
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kick ass of a game
11 January 2012
Summary: in the game your in the town center battling against twisted and deformed monsters but all gos wrong when you have the forces after you to. equipped with a gun in your hand and the monster with in what can go wrong.
Summary: I ordered this for the computer because i dont have an xbox or ps2 anymore and i obviosly have a computer, lol.. anyway, i didnt get my PC version yet but when this game came out, i could not stop playing it, i beat it many many times and, even tho i forgot most of the game because i was young when it came out, i still know that this game is pretty scary. i still have nightmares from time-to-time about those legless cops with the flashlight in their head.
Summary: I really enjoyed the first Suffering game and was happy anough to pick up the sequel. Like films, the sequel isn't as good as the original but Ties That Bind is just as great as the first! I've always been a big fan of 3rd person shooters (Max Payne and Tomb Raider games) and these two fall into my favorite. It's as graphic, intense and violent as any survival horror game should be; plus you can play it in first person mode as well.
Summary: You have an aging PC? You like recent games that work on it? The Suffering: Ties that Bind is -NOT- for you. This game I thought would be something along the lines of a F.E.A.R crossed with Painkiller. It turned out to be just that and sometimes less. I liked the whole hallucination thing and it often gave me jumps. After a while though, you get through the routine and nothing really gets to you anymore. The monsters are the greatest in design that I've ever seen.
Summary: I bought this game because I wanted to shoot monsters and I wanted to be scare. What a disappointment! The monsters look blocky and not scary. It's a bloody game. There's a lot of killing. It's tiresome after 20 minutes of killing people and monsters without any suspense.
Summary: I really liked the first one, and I am really enjoying this one as well, unfortunately I encountered a dead-end bug and haven't finished the game yet, but this isn't discouraging me to find a way through and finish. Whoever played and enjoyed the first one as much as I did, will like this one just as much, though for PC it is quite glitchy.
Summary: I've played the ever-lovin' crap out of this game. Although I have to admit, I kind of liked the first one a bit better, I've had all kinds of fun with this one. Admittingly, both "The Suffering" and "Ties that Bind" were kind of repetative, they still offered a decent romp through monster-infested landscapes. Torque's inner torment, and how you play him tell the story. Admittingly, it can get pretty cloying if you play it as Mr. Nice Guy, but the ending is a bit better!
Summary: The game is dated. I looks and acts "old". The PC version is as buggy as an old sack of meal... or more appropriately, an old piece of it. There are places where the people you're trying to save just get hung up and won't move... so, naturally, you can't save them... there are key combos that a laptop will not reproduce, so you have to call Midway and get them to send you a "saved game" that will put you beyond the point where you need the "unavailable" keystrokes.