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51 Farm's NecroVisioN is one of a handful of games and manages to combine a fairly structured game with a beautiful presentation and a lot of fun. This exclusive to the PC probably will not be remembered as a classic but entertaining if you can give the a chance. Before continuing it is important that you know that this game requires patience and improves as it proceeds. Takes about 13 hours and you have to really overcome the first stage to enjoy the fun that the game can provide.

Impersonation in NecroVisioN the soldier of the First World War, Simon Buckner, an American who is lost between the enemy lines with his battalion. After the enemies were out most of his battalion, Simon discovers that in addition to a war in that place there is something more that is happening and it certainly is not something that we read in history books. A daemon is at large and is killing anyone who puts on his way, also shows the dead alive for use as soldiers of his army. The game is hard and you are right in the middle, return the undead straight to hell.

One of the best elements of the game is the combat. You have un'esorbitante list of things that turn your enemies which will vanish in a thin red mist and I am not joking.
The game has some failing and some strong point: for example, the zombies have a somewhat 'poor showing while others are treated more graphically. The models of the characters are repetitive, not that this is an evil, but the big bad guys are much more carefully with a look and form much more beautiful and looks much more real.

Do not expect innovation or a common thread of history. Instead plays to see the demons, the zombies and the giant robot scorpions. And do not forget the dragon spits fire on which you can assemble. NecrovisioN is very bloody and destructive. Wearing your Galoshes while playing because the carpet in front of the tv is impregnerą blood.

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Topic revision: r1 - 11 Jul 2009 - 14:28:23 - Main.stephengraham0_40gmail_2ecom
 
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