I tend to agree with many of the others--very childish and sometimes just unfunny humor. The first one with the Wraithlord was the only one that I even slightly chuckled at. Not a complete bust, because some of the animation was quite decent, but it fell flat on its power-armored ass when it comes to humor. If you do a sequel, I'd suggest some slightly more mature jokes that fit with the universe a little more. The excessive grimness of 40k is what makes it what it is, so try to fit with that theme a little more next time.
This is really great. You used a very interesting and unique art style, and it really added to the feel of the movie. I was reminded of an old comic book or some such. This was good enough I actually came out of my long laziness-induced hibernation and reviewed it. Very cool.
...on summing up every anime ever created! That was pretty damn hilarious. The animation was a little lazy but it hardly mattered because everything else more than made up for it. It's nice to see something other than the Awesome movies, and I'd watch an episode 2 if you're really planning to make this into a series. Deserves many lulz!
Extremely hard yet extremely fun.
Excellent work mate! I've always thought that was a problem in video games: you can never stand victorious on a massive pile of your enemies' bleeding corpses. Here, you can, and it helps you out too! It's a fun idea and, though it is a little on the EXTREMELY DIFFICULT side, this game is very fun...and an excellent timewaster for sure. Good work.
Very good, only a couple things...
I liked this. It's true, it was very similar to TT3, but TT3 was awesome so there's really nothing wrong with that. Excellent graphics, good music, all that. And I liked the cutscenes that came up from time to time. Very nice.
But the gore was ludicrous and completely unrealistic. Any time you kill someone with a headshot, you have their head flying into pieces in an impossible fashion, seeing as the brain cleanly separates from the skull in one piece. If a bullet was powerful enough to actually tear a head apart (Many of the guns in this game aren't) the brain wouldn't cleanly be severed from the spinal cord and certainly wouldn't proceed to bounce around the floor as though it were made of rubber. I'm hoping I don't sound too over-analytic of the bloody details, but it just seems like a poorly set up excuse to show excess gore. Plus, since the corpses no longer fade out after a time, you're eventually up to your waste in brains and skull fragments. Now, I certainly don't mind a little gore in games, but I find that just a little bit nasty.
And one other thing. More melee weapons. A lead pipe is all well and good, but what it really needs is an axe or a katana--something along those lines. In any game, lots of melee weapons = awesomeness. There, now I sound like a normal gamer again. :P
Otherwise, though, very nicely done.
You've done it again...
...Perfected the art of third-person survival. This one's my favorite yet, for one main reason: it's no longer just a game in which you mindlessly go around and blast zombies six ways to Sunday (not that there's anything wrong with that). They come much faster now, in bigger hordes, and the levels are irregularly shaped and can be used to your advantage. Strategy is essential for survival.
Also, the new graphics look excellent; for some reason the levels remind me of Starcraft maps. I love the new enemies--except for the vampires, they're tricky little buggers--and the new weapons. Although I think you should bring back the Uzi. It's a classic.
All in all, great game, excellent work, encore, bravo, kudos, and so on and so forth. I love this. And here's a hint for new players: In "Classic" mode, build a fortress out of barricades as soon as possible and fill it with turrets. In the meantime, watch out for teleporting, bloodsucking S.O.B.s!
This gives a sense of mystery, and conjures up the image of a vast empty space... very suited to a desert. I'm in the pre-production stages of a Flash movie set in the desert, and I'm going to use this in it. THANK YOU for making such epic music!
You are the Adam Phillips of the Audio Portal.
Brilliant, just like everything you do. Enough said.
Excellent, cinematic sound
This could easily be in a movie, it sounds great. Very epic, very heroic. Good job!
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