Reviews and Problems with The Suffering: Ties That Bind
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The Suffering: Ties That Bind
Game Over Online
24 June 2006
Excerpt: We’ve all been guilty of some mistake, a minor or major sin that we wind up having to atone for at some point. That’s simply being human, and whether it’s a mental correction or a painful lesson learned, we grow from the situation and have our conscience somewhat cleansed.
Excerpt: You can imagine the scene. Torque, the anti-hero at the centre of The Suffering: Ties That Bind, is finally talking about his emotional problems with a professional: Doctor: "So how are you today?" Torque: "I'm feeling kind of angry." Doctor: "Why is that?" Torque: "Well, I guess it...
Summary: The Suffering: Ties That Bind is a great action game due to it’s very enjoyable gameplay and interactive world, but lacks a prominent story that really ties everything together. Sure, the story is there and is pretty interesting, but the game just lays it out and presents the story rather poorly...
Pros: Solid gameplay and impressive work on monsters.
Excerpt: Survival horror games have been coming out in droves lately, and the sequels and imitators that decent series spawn are making the whole genre seem washed up and a little boring. Midway realized this last year when the released the The Suffering, a no nonsense action horror game that ratcheted up...
Conclusion: Horror fans are happy that we have another episode of crazy man Torque. Gamers who enjoyed the first game will find something to enjoy about Ties that Bind although it's not as brilliant as the first offering. Ties that Bind is cool, creepy and bloody, but it gets old fast.
Conclusion: Wer auf Horror und Action steht, wird bei The Suffering: Ties That Bind sicherlich die volle Ladung bekommen und zufrieden sein. Für Atmosphäre und Spannung wird sicher gesorgt sein, ebenso wie für deftige Schockmomente.