Reviews and Problems with The Suffering: Ties That Bind
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Extremely frustrating and at times unplayable.
C. Nelson, Amazon
7 February 2010
Summary: This sequel to this Game is flawed and mostly unplayable for any system. I read the Playstation 2 reviews and decided perhaps the Xbox version would not have these serious problems; I was wrong. Either no one has finished the game or its just my game, but when you get to the last few levels the game will freeze and become unplayable. If anyone out there has figured out how to fix the problem for Xbox please make it public.
Summary: this game is awsome if you like survivial horror and shooter games this game is for you both suffering games are best of the best it has a good story which you a guy name touque trying to find out why is wife and kids are dead and why he went to prison for the crime as you play the game the story unfolds its worth checking this game out a good game for a good price if you have an xbox 360 the suffering is backwards compatible if you have a hard drive also its for...
Summary: Once again, I have owned this game before. But I have not received the one bought from Amazon. So I can remember how much fun, and down right scary it was to play, but I have not recieved the one purchased from Amazon yet. I believe I am owed a free game.
Summary: This game is surprisingly interesting. The fact that you can carry over the first games' data over to it plus you can make your character good or evil makes it a game to play time and again. The multiple endings are also a noteworthy notion.
Summary: I love the first game, but the 2nd is even better; You know the general plot: Escape the monsters while trying to figure out your 'past', which is shaped by the choices you make in the game. The enviornments are creepy and disturbing(not to mention varied!!), and the creatures that call them home are even more so; You battle man and monsters here, some of the more memorable ones back from the first game, designed by Effects-God Stan Winston; There are plenty of nice...
Summary: I really loved and completed the first Suffering game. I believe I am almost all the way through this one, but I am considering not playing it anymore. First of all, the game is virtually unplayable sometimes if you are using 480p HD. During the scene where Torque is riding in the back of the truck shooting, it literally dropped down to 1 frame every 5 seconds toward the end. Also, when using HD, you can't go into the archives and open the journals.
Summary: I played the first one a while back on hard mode in the Xbox so i knew what i was getting myself into. This one is totally different. Just like they said the difficulty is alot harder on hard mode. when you see a gun (machine gun or tommy gun) on easy mode instead of a gun there will be a pole on hard mode. What makes it even more difficult is that when you fight bosses you must do it from far away.
Not as great as the first one, but still way cool..........
Jason W. Kaiser, Amazon
20 November 2005
Summary: Just finished this game on easy, now I'm playing it on the hardest level, and let me tell you, it's like night and day, alot more challenging, tons more baddies and even a few more bosses. So, I got to say I'm having a blast playing this, but then again, I had a blast playing the first one. I have been playing games for years, and I have only given 1 game 5 stars (Manhunt), but the first Suffering comes close, and this one is just a tad bit behind that.
Summary: This is a great continuation to the original. Better graphics, more atmosphere, more combative battles, not easy but that's only if you don't choose your weapons wisely. A really dark story that's well matured for an adult audience as well.