Mortyr: 2093-1944 (Windows)

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Written by  :  adam payne (18)
Written on  :  Sep 06, 2006
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An awful FPS!

The Good

It was cheap.

The Bad

I hate to trash any game but this is awful!

The graphics for the time were awful. At the time it was released we'd already had game like Unreal, Unreal Tournament, Serious Sam, Quake II etc etc... what were the developers thinking??? I know it was a budget game but there's budget and there's just don't bother releasing it to the world budget. Now which one do you think this is?

The levels were very dull with nothing out of the ordinary going on in them. It was just one level after the other, all the levels have little variety and are very forgettable!

The AI was so bad it was laughable. The AI of course would respond to sight and sounds but by running backwards and forwards. Hmmmm

The sound was below standard and the music when you first hear it makes you scream hysterically and scramble to the sound options in an attempt to stop it from hurting your ears.

This game has one of the biggest bugs i've ever seen in a game and i've seen quite a few in my 20 year gaming life. The game would slow down to an absolute crawl for no reason and the developer even admitted to it but did nothing to fix it. There was also problems with the copyright protection as well. LOL LOL LOL...copyright protection on this game....what was the point. Anyway it wouldn't install if you were using a DVD drive or a CD drive that wasn't the first CD drive.

Avoid this game like the plague!

The Bottom Line

This game belongs in the just don't bother releasing it to the world budget category.

Awful graphics, awful sound, awful music, slow down bug, copyright protection bug and simply way out of date.