Excerpt: Ever since the golden days of Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis the Madden series was the pinnacle of football videogames, back then EA Sports used to publish games for Sega as well, gamers who wanted to experience the Madden series didn't have to buy another console, but anyways... Time had came for next-generation consoles such as Playstation and Nintendo 64 to be released and that meant that it was time to switch development kits.
Excerpt: Eidos' and Kronos' Horror title has finally made its way to stores. After numerous delays and a name change from Fear Factor to Fear Effect, Eidos' newest title is now in my hands. To be honest at first I didn't pay much attention to Fear Effect. I though that this would just be an average game, until recently when all of this hype started surrounding it, I couldn't help but board the wagon and wonder to myself if this could be one of Eidos' best creations.
Excerpt: There’s no way to play Fear Effect without noticing that it doesn’t look like any other game out there. Background scenery has the exquisite, pre-rendered detail you’d expect from a Square RPG, but the characters look like they were transported out of Japanese manga or anime, while the gameplay is pure Capcom survival-horror. Every second of music in Fear Effect is moody, matching the visuals and gameplay perfectly.
Conclusion: Chego no final de outra extensa crítica e ainda não consegui falar de todos os detalhes presentes em Fear Effect, como o jeitinho sexy que a Hana se locomove. Mas espero que meu ponto de vista tenha sido exposto de maneira clara neste texto: Fear Effect é merecedor de um bom lugar na estande dos mais exigentes jogadores. Nota 9 para ele, beirando o 10.
Pros: Hana é uma das gatas virtuais mais sexy de todos os tempos;, Enredo é fantástico;, Interpretação dos atores é excelente;, Gráficos levam o Playstation ao limite;, Natureza cinematográfica.
Cons: Puzzles complicadinhos;, Controles meio desajeitados no começo;, Não existe nudez total.