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Time for my daily review, and to rate this upload
Played with: Spaz
On difficulty: Medium
Playing time: 25 minutes
The levels mainly consist of very dark tombs (or something similiar) filled with enemies and spikeballs. From time to time you have to find a trigger crate. No goodies or ammo of that sort, just running around trying to avoid bats and ravens coming out of nowhere. I made it to the fourth level, where I gave it up, because it was really frustrating to get hit by enemies I couldn’t see all the time and having no ammo.
The pack was somewhat unbalanced. Like I described in Playability, enemies come out of nowhere all the time and you can’t see them, because it’s dark. Often, I couldn’t find the way either, which was frustrating. There’s no ammo, and hardly any carrots or anything else to help you, which frustrates even more. In the fourth level I died, because a sucker tube ending right before a bat, which I couldn’t avoid. Hard levels like Tomb Rabbit are great in my opinion, but they should never be unfair, like this level pack.
The pack is not really creative, just hordes of enemies you can hardly avoid, some random passages and from time to time a trigger crate. There were some story bits, but I did not really get the story of this. I don’t think this is really creative, and therefore can’t give a high score.
Because of the dark lighting you can hardly see anything, but the parts with higher lighting looked pretty dull most of the time. In the first level it wasn’t bad, but it gets worse the more far you get. Needs improvement.
Story / Fun Factor:
I’m not sure, wether I should rate Story or Fun Factor. Like I said, there are some story bits, but I did not really get why I’m doing this. The Fun Factor was not better, mainly because it was so incredibly unfair. Some kind of story would’ve helped the atmosphere of this pack I guess.
A very unfair pack, with clumped together enemies and lots of unfair stuff which isn’t fun to play. The eyecandy was pretty dull too, and what is supposed to be the story is not really good. No download reccommendation.
Overall Score: 4.5
Download Reccommendation: No.
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