User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.
The introduction gives you a hint an the beautiful graphics in the game.
Gabriel arrives via horse in small village.
You will earn you first kills in this village, provided you follow the tutorial.
Your first mini boss: not difficult but just to learn the basics of combat.
A magical steed helps you on your travels. Fasten your seatbelt and enjoy the flight.
Collect green shards to improve your health.
Your attacks are powerful, some enemies evaporate in a cloud of gore.
Those shards can usually be found with the bodies of deceased knights.
Overview of your current inventory
The altar in the background looks interesting.
The altar will provide an upgrade to your battle cross.
Hello human, me hungry.
Press an attack button once the outer ring is inside the inner ring to win the QTE.
You have to cross large gaps to advance.
Advance either by climbing and jumping.
Use the chain of your battle cross to attach to those blue sparkling hooks and swing to the other side.
Level summary and what you have found and missed.
Skills can be purchased with experience points.
You will also travel lush sceneries, but do not be fooled, enemies are around every corner.
Once in a while, you will need to solve some logical puzzles. A nice diversion from the fighting.
An ice titan bids you welcome.
Meet Zobek, your brother in arms.
Enemies are getting bigger.
Some enemies can be "tamed" in order to progress through special areas. Kill them afterwards.
Smash the button to break the grip.
Collect those yellow orbs to replenish your light or dark energy.
Dude, see a dentist. Seriously.
Details of monsters including weaknesses.
With light magic active, hitting an enemy will refill your health bar.
A dark castle in the snow
Moves are explained in detail, you just have to purchase them.
Upgrades to your weapons are stored in Brotherhood Arks, which are not always accessible from the start. You sometimes need to find another upgrade first.
Uh ... hello, my name is Gabriel. How you doin'?
Scarecrows, cornfields, green sky... this looks bad. Stay on your guard.
A graveyard for Titans
A dream sequence
The story is being told and narrated in between levels.
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