Heavy Metal: F.A.K.K.2 is een game met een strakke babe en veel actie. Gevuld met schitterende graphics staat er volgens Gamecenter een game die een 9 waard is, en veel beter is als die andere serie met een rondborstige vrouw erin .At the opening of the game, you start out in the small town you call home. Strange meteorites have begun to hit the shield that protects you and your people, and soon, an ominous figure begins to make mysterious threats. From the minute the game starts, the lush graphics will
draw you in and almost never let you go. F.A.K.K.2 will change your perception of what can be done with the Quake III engine. Sure, Quake III was fast, and the shapes were more natural than any engine had ever pumped out before, but it always seemed as though the game fell victim to the same "brown, red, more brown" color scheme that the previous two Quake games had fallen prey to. Not here--from the lush green forests to the vibrant blue water to the dingy sludge of the sewers, the game's
environments never get repetitive, and there's constantly a sense of wonder about what kind of spectacle the game can offer to top itself. Even better, at resolutions as high as 1,280 by 1,024 pixels, the game ran as smooth as Julie's skin.
So here we are, itching and waiting for more. And that's the biggest problem with F.A.K.K.2. Despite having lived and slept with this game for days on end, I can honestly say I haven't had this pleasant a gaming experience this year thus far. F.A.K.K.2 blends all the best aspects of Nintendo's Legend of Zelda, LucasArts' Jedi Knight, and Eidos Interactive's Tomb Raider, and avoids almost all the missteps of those games. I found myself asking, "Lara who?"
The good: Fantastic graphics; wonderful combat; good mix of action and exploration.
The bad: Occasionally touchy grab collision; game ends without a sense of completion.
The bottom line: Quite possibly the best action-adventure game you're going to play this year.
ESRB rating: M (Mature)
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