Reviews and Problems with Time Crisis: Razing Storm
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Test Time Crisis Razing Storm
13 February 2011
Conclusion: Time Crisis : Razing Storm offre certes trois jeux dans un seul et même blu-ray, il n'en reste pas moins très court et propose finalement assez peu de challenge, si ce n'est dans les classements enregistrés en ligne ou l'acquisition de trophées. Assez intéressant à deux joueurs en coopération l'espace d'une partie ou deux, les trois titres de Namco Bandai perdent rapidement de leur intérêt sur le long terme.
Pros: Trois jeux dans un disque, Les possibilités coopératives, Deadstorm Pirates
Cons: Durée de vie très limitée, Gameplay médiocre du mode histoire de Razing Storm, Multijoueur de piètre qualité, Qualité graphique vraiment limite
Excerpt: Time Crisis: Razing Storm is a shooter that comes with two other games: Time Crisis 4 and Deadstorm Pirates. All three games are shooters, but theoretically Razing Storm allows for more environmental exploration, only not really. It's not actually a rail game like the others, but the environment you can explore is fairly narrow. Instead of a rail shooter, it's more like a hallway shooter. And there is a plot to Razing Storm.
Conclusion: It's an average maiden voyage for the series on the PlayStation Move. When taken together as a whole package, however, the bad outweighs the good. It can be salvaged with a friend, but you have to cherry pick what to play to enjoy this title.
Summary: There's a lot of shooting packed into Time Crisis: Razing Storm, with ports of three light-gun arcade games plus a fully fledged first-person shooter campaign jammed into the one bundle. While the ports ably capture the uncomplicated fun of the arcade originals, Razing Storm's extended foray into the FPS realm is significantly off the mark. When it sticks to its on-rails roots, Time Crisis: Razing Storm often hits the bull's-eye, although the good times are short-lived.
Pros: Faithful arcade ports
Cons: Awful controls in FPS mode, Dumb enemy AI in FPS mode, Little replay value
Excerpt: If there was ever a genre of game that was created for the Playstation Move, it's light gun rail shooters. Namco must have been thrilled to hear about the Move, since they get to bring motion controller support to their Playstation 3 version of the Time Crisis series rather than just the Nintendo Wii.
Summary: For a while, light gun games on consoles were all the rage, with SEGA’s House of the Dead series and NAMCO’s Time Crisis leading the way. When plasma and LCD TVs became more popular, things broke as the technology was mostly fitted around CRT. With the advent of the Wii and now the PlayStation Move they’ve had a bit of resurgence. Time Crisis Razing Storm is one of the latest of such titles to reach the shelves and turns out to be a surprise hit.
Pros: Adrenaline filled action, while is lasts, Three different titles on the disc, Fun throwaway gameplay
Cons: It's on rails and can be short lived, Cheap deaths irritate, Storylines will make you cringe
Summary: Le PSMove commence de plus en plus à agacer. Une technologie qui fonctionne terriblement bien mais des jeux qui très honnêtement ne sont pas à la hauteur de l'ambition de la machine. Hélas, Razing Storm n'échappe toujours pas à la règle...
Pros: Le gameplay de Deadstorm Pirates, La précision du Move, Pas trop cher
Cons: Pas beau, Mode FPS à la maniabilité très discutable, Trop court, Manque d'originalité
Excerpt: Embora os jogos de Arcadas já não sejam tão populares como na década passada, a verdade é que é uma experiência obrigatória pela qual todos os gamers devem passar. Quem não teve a oportunidade de jogar Daytona USA com mais 7 amigos, numa interminável fila de máquinas de arcada? De fazer co-op em Metal Slug disparando contra tudo o que se mexia e lutando pela libertação dos reféns para obter o highscore mais alto?