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Chaos Control is een prachtige shoot 'em up voor de CD-i, met eindelijk eens een vrouw in de hoofdrol. Het ziet er fantastisch uit, het klinkt goed en het verhaal is boeiend. Jammer dat het net als de meeste games voor CD-i erg traag is.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
Regardless, Chaos Control is an excellent shooter. You'd be hard pressed to find a more entertaining game on the CD-i.
Chaos Control's thumb-busting gameplay will endear itself to shooting fans and it's lively graphics will draw in casual gamers. Because the bosses are downed by simple shooting and dodging any intermediate gamer should master the levels. Although control problems take this shooter down a notch, if you can live with the game's uncontrollable chaos, then you'll love Chaos Control.
Malgré une trop grande simplicité d'action, on a envie de terminer le jeu, ne serait-ce que pour profiter des excellentes images de synthèse. Mieux que Kether !
The CD-i Collective
Overall, it's an all-too-brief game on rails. With the exception of a small part in the final level, the game's path is unchangeable. The enemies are always in the same place. Plus with only the single weapon for the full game, it just doesn't get any different. No matter how many times you play. A good game to play occasionally, but not for the long haul.
The Video Game Critic
The aliens and their ships are smoothly animated, but when shot they never really explode. Instead, they're obfuscated by some ugly gray "clouds" that are supposed to resemble smoke - not very satisfying. Besides the changing scenery, there's little variety and the challenge is minimal. In terms of sound, a man's voice provides constant alerts and advice, but he's so muffled I can barely understand him. At least the game saves your high score. But in the end, Chaos Control is too shallow, especially now that its once-flashy graphics have faded.
The first game I inserted into my new defunct console fulfilled the expectations which one created of the quality of CD-i games. Chaos Control is crap, crap painted up with fancy graphics.