Reviews and Problems with Beyond Good & Evil HD
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Realm of Gaming
25 October 2011
Excerpt: Originally developed in 2003, Beyond Good & Evil was met with generally positive reviews, and dismal sales. Eight years later, is an updated HD version enough to win some fans for the upcoming sequel? Yeah, sort of.
Excerpt: Beyond Good & Evil HD is one of those games that will invoke nostalgia in you, the kind of nostalgia that will remind you of your younger videogaming days. The days when a group of mates crowded around a 54cm CRT TV with wired controllers and the hum of the PS2 in the background, good ol’ days that...
Excerpt: : you really don’t see this anymore. I mean, there’s such a diverse combination of various gameplay elements; these days, while many genres do adopt traits of other categories of interactive entertainment, we see so few titles that implement so
Conclusion: Beyond Good and Evil HD boasts enough variety to keep it consistently entertaining, and so that you never know where you will end up. It's likely you'll get to race against unearthly creatures, swat some flies and explore a fascinating universe all in one sitting.
Conclusion: At the end of the day, Beyond Good & Evil still has all the hallmarks of a timeless classic. The watery planet of Hillys was deliberately built to match the quaintness of Hyrule, and yet there’s a harder edge here that enables much deeper emotional attachment to the narrative and the characters.
Conclusion: C'est un réel plaisir que de voir Beyond Good & Evil ainsi traverser les années sans prendre une ride. Si, au fond, l'expérience de jeu demeure identique, ce remake HD parvient à sublimer le fruit d'une direction artistique de haute volée.
Pros: Une direction artistique mise en valeur par la HD, La mixité du gameplay, Une ambiance sonore enchanteresse
Cons: Un remake assez buggé, Une caméra capricieuse, Des temps de chargement un peu partout