Yesterday bought Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Augmented Edition). The game is developed by Eidos Montreal, Nixxes Software; published by Square Enix. Graphic is nice, story is promising, music is excellent, and voices are great. Here are 9 Full HD (1920×1080) cinematic screenshots:
Lens made in Japan
About 40 days ago, bought and played Duke Nukem Forever (developed by 3D Realms, Triptych Games, Gearbox Software, Piranha Games; published by 2K Games). Played it like forever (every day for few minutes) because game was not good. Actually, it was bad. Something felt wrong all the time. My overall rating – graphic acceptable, everything else is fail. Epic fail. Another worst 50 euros spent in a long time. Here are 99 Full HD (1920×1080) manually selected screenshots:
CYCLOID EYE – Taken from the skull of the cycloid emperor in 1996 by our hero Duke Nukem
PIGCOP – This statue was given to the Duke Nukem observatory as a memorial to the defeat of the aliens
DEVASTATOR – Bronzed version of the weapon used by Duke to save the earth
8 bit Duke Nukem
Duke: Hey, get lost, pal. The King needs his throne.
President: Hello Duke. You know I don’t like long speeches, so I’ll keep this brief.
Pinball – Balls of Steel
Computer: Reactor offline. Replace energy cells.
Duke: Power on. Now it’s time to kick some ass.
MILF: So tiny, what the hell? I know right where I’d stick him.
Mini car jump
Mini car dark
Million dollar slots 03,859,262
In case of alien invasion BREAK GLASS
Mary Holsom: (purrs)
Mary Holsom: Oh god, Duke, save us!
EDF Captain: Holy shit…
Webbed corpses often contain weapons and items
Bartender: God, I know I am supposed to stay professional
OVer the city
Mirror (no anti-alias in the mirror)
Tap repeatedly to break free
Boss on the roof
Car turbo boost
Car in the river
Boss at river dam
Entrance into river dam
Cool sniper smoke
Cool lighting effect
Dylan: Haha… blow it… out the Emperor’s ass…
Underwater alien close-up
Underwater yellow pipes
EDF: The portal is closing, and it looks like the battle’s over.
President: Enact operation Omega Ninety-Six. Authorization code Zeta Alpha Tau Eighty-One.
President: You hear that? THAT is the sound of your imminent death.
Final boss dying
Duke Nukem at “news 17”: Hail to the king, baby.
“As a survivor of the mutant virus together with a comrade or alone, you must make your way through the city levels, every new area uncovering new challenges to overcome and mutants to destroy.”
Just finished an Indie game – Dead horde in cooperative mode. There was a few bugs, but my overall score is good. Here are 33 Full HD (1920×1080) manually selected screenshots:
Dead horde play co-op
Gate opens when the area is clear!
The virus has not reached the camp. Not yet…