Excerpt: Modern shooters are a fairly tried-and-true genre at this point. COD4, the Tom Clancy oeuvre, and a million other clones have run the genre nearly to death at this point. Little has come in the way of originality to these games (which doesn’t mean they’re not fun), so Evolved has brought Raven Squad...
Summary: Overall, Raven Squad is a nice idea with very bad execution. Achievement hunters might be pleased to know that these achievements aren't too hard to obtain but will require some work. Other than that, I can’t give a reason for anyone to even think about buying this game.
Summary: " Raven Squad " is pretty much a wasted opportunity. With another developer behind the wheel, this could have been a superb game. However, various issues with both control schemes render the game frustrating, but even then you should find it only takes you about 2 hours to play through from start to...
Excerpt: In the jungle no one can hear you scream... and scream you will while playing this travesty of game. Raven Squad is a squad-based first person shooter with, what little-known Hungarian developer Atomic Motion would have you believe, 50mg Celexa , are RTS (Real Time Strategy) elements.
Pros: The water looks OK...., Okay-ish music, nothing you haven't heard before though, A human squad-mate is bound to be more intelligent than the AI controlled ones..., Unintentionally funny
Cons: Laughable dialogue, totally uninteresting story, Terrible pop-in, Hardly any character animation, Basic polygon models, poor textures, Worst voice acting, Shaky FPS controls, Non-existent RTS elements, Poor squad AI, ...good luck finding one, Totally not entertaining the way you'd need a game to be
Conclusion: This is worth checking out, nevermind the very low score this game is getting from some outlets. Give it a rental -- I had my doubts too, but it's a really fun game, although it's short and it has some issues.
Summary: Es nicht ungewöhnlich, dass beispielsweise bei einem Ego-Shooter Rollenspielelemente vorkommen. Die Genres werden mitunter fleißig gemischt, jedoch geht Raven Squad von Evolved Games einen etwas radikaleren Weg und kreuzt ein Strategiespiel à la Jagged Alliance mit einem Taktik-Shooter.
Pros: + Funktionierende Kombination aus Ego-Shooter und Strategiespiel à la Jagged Alliance, + Koop- Modus, - Schlechte K.I, - Unterirdisch schlechte Synchronisation, - Altbackene Grafik