Summary: Who knew you could buy a HUGE migraine for a mere 2 dollars? Found this game with a couple of friends and decided to try it out because none of us has ever played it in the past and the premise of a game controlled by nothing but your voice...AWESOME right??... boy were we in for a surprise (and not the good kind either).
Summary: It seems like the only thing I found issues with this game was the communication to the character in game, sometimes when you would say things even if its what the game is supposed to understand she wouldn't get it, The game could get 4/5 if when you speak to her she would understand you, video games are still in early stages to be able to understand each individual, and such is crucial to the game if you need a headset to play, other than that if your voice is clear and...
Summary: While the PS2's voice activation system could use a lot more work, compared to the X-Box's, it was still fun to dive into this game head first. It can be confusing trying to 'word' what you want the main character to do, for instance, there is four vending machines in a row. Instead of being numbered, like "vending machine 1", it was much more complex like "Left Middle Vending machine" (I do believe it was actually worded slightly different than that).
Summary: life line is a very good interactive game she does what you tell her to but you have to speak clearly so she can understand you there are bonus games to so there is lots to do in the game so i give it 5 stars
Summary: Sure the voice recognition isn't perfect but because I managed to finish the game, I would recommend this game to anyone. It takes a little bit of patience especially during battles but I can guarantee that you would get a great sense of satisfaction after you beat it! Good graphics, great voice acting, interesting story, and great replay value with all the bonuses! A good walkthrough is useful but only use it if you're really frustrated. Buy it now!!!
Summary: One of the first things you'll notice is the complaint that Rio will not listen to you very well. Sadly, voice technology is not perfect. I've also noticed that how well she understands you deteriorates the longer you run the game. I've had trouble telling her to do things, turned off the game, ate lunch, then went back to have her understanding me again. I don't know what causes this, but the game may eat up a large amount of RAM.
Summary: i have not yet finished the game but what i can see it i am pretty close, so far the game is very good and i am very impressed. the only bad thing is that sometimes you cant always tell what an object is and she cant check if you dont give the right command. but the good thing is if you get close shell ask you if that is what your talking about. this game is a new step in ps2 technology.
Summary: I thought long and hard before I picked up "Lifeline." I had read both good and bad reviews, but ultimately, my gluttony for new technology won out, and I bought the game and a PS2 headset. The main character, Rio, understands basic commands easily enough. That is, she will go to the save point, certain rooms, run and walk with no problems. The main problems emerge when she has to look at an object or interact with an object. For example: "Pick up the paper.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
28 May 2004
Summary: Lifeline is a voice controlled video game for the PS2. You help a waitress investigate a space station, killing aliens and rescuing guests. For most Playstation 2 users, this is the first time they'll need to buy a microphone/headset. While many XBox games (especially XBox Live) use a microphone extensively, few PS2 games have taken this step. On first glance this seems a REALLY cool idea. You "are" a male in the game.