Penumbra: Black Plague
|Op. System:||Windows XP, 2000, 98, Me|
|Last updated:||Sep 21, 2009|
|File size:||133.41 MB|
Editor's review Penumbra: Black Plague
Unlike Penumbra: Overture, violence as well as combat are not even a choice - the player has to apply his/her wits towards guiding Philip by means of his ultimate test, in addition to this makes the game excellent in providing a truly hazardous as well as frightening experience. Played from a first person standpoint as well as powered by a 3D engine making use of cutting edge technology, Penumbra: Black Plague is a true enhancement to the adventure genre. The wonderful physics method permits for true environmental interaction in a way just comparable its forerunners. The player are capable of opening drawers, pulling levers, picking up objects as well as now manipulate those objects in 3D space - all applying natural mouse movements, creating an extremely interactive as well as immersive world of game. The Penumbra series' central character, Philip, is practically susceptible, whilst enemies are fierce as well as intellectual. Any object may be picked up as well as thrown in defence, however, the ultimate consequence might just be to purchase at times or, more likely, anger enemies further. Keeping away from, outwitting in addition to sneaking past enemies wholly offer the most excellent opportunity of survival. Penumbra: Black Plague would put players on edge like never before as they explore bizarre as well as mystefying atmospheres, the unknown awaiting them behind every corner. The globe has been meticulous both in terms of graphical fidelity as well as descriptive character - Penumbra: Black Plague is a dreadful experience that would grip players from its opening thrills to it frightening denouement.