Thursday, February 7, 2008

TimeShift

Developer: Saber Interactive
Publisher:
Vivendi Games
Release Date:
Oct. 30, 2007
Systems:
Xbox 360 (reviewed), Windows, PS3
ESRB Rating:
M
Official Web Site

In a nutshell: Call of Duty: The Sands of Time

0:01 A quick initial load and a rainy futuristic dystopia appears behind the title/menu screen. Shades of Half-Life 2's totalitarian state.

0:02 Dear lord. A quick look at the options screen shows a function for every single button, control stick and d-pad direction on the 360 controller. Some even have multiple purposes! I hope they have a good tutorial...

0:03 I can choose between Casual, Skilled and Elite difficulties. I'll choose Casual, so I can check things out without stressing out.


Read the rest at Crispy Gamer

6 comments:

Sorcy said...

No RSS Feed, no Comments (haven't signed up, so maybe that's it), and you have HTML Entities in your text.

Ah well, birthing problems...

Kyle said...

Uh, the RSS should still work just fine through these blogspot posts. So you have to click a link now... I'm crying for you. Really.

No comments on CG just yet, but feel free to use these threads to talk about the review.

And the HTML artifacts have been fixed... I hope.

Alex said...

Welcome back, Kyle. Look forward to being able to add a true Crispy Gamer link to my feedlist!

Alex said...

Welcome back, Kyle. Look forward to being able to add a true Crispy Gamer link to my feedlist!

no.good.at.coding said...

I noticed that the corresponding post on Crispy Gamer doesn't have a screenshot. C'mon now, don't change your layout. If it ain't broke... :D

Kyle said...

Not my call, coding... they're working on getting pictures and vital info. into their database system so they'll show up with each review. I'm also trying to get them to include the GFL logo (up top) in the layout somehow. Stay tuned...