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A revamp of the 2006 hit game Arrival In Hell. This is to celebrate the sequel of the game coming soon. We've touched up the graphics and made a few glitch changes.
I think the graphics are much improved from the original version 4 years previously, although I did find the "bouncing effect" during the dialogue sequences to be rather quite annoying. The artistic decision to change the Beast's blood from red to green was a nice touch. I meant to say this in my earlier comment on the original version of this game, but I loved it when our protagonist had the dialogue option to tell the sane prisoner that he was "selling these fine orange jumpsuits." Ha, ha. Nice tributary reference to the old adventure point 'n click games, especially Indiana Jones and just about anything made from LucasArts.
Concept and story are good but are let down by the amateur voice acting, the annoying control system(having to press pick up, talk to and see repeatedly) and the occasional spelling mistake in the subtitles. The only difference I can find from the original version is the artwork and design has been changed and in some places improved (green blood for the monster makes it less human and therefore creepier). Despite the few flaws and there are few even though I've probably made it sound like there's loads, it was a very enjoyable game.
nice remake but the audio needs work, you used green blood instead of red and the comb is unnecessary. nice touch up on the graphics though.
I cant click anything,he will move where i tell him to but wont pick anything up.Also within to minuites of the game starting his scar changes location to the other eye :/
You know I remember the original from 2006 and I decided to play it (even though it was terrible I still enjoyed it) when I saw this I thought it was a updated version of the old game. But sadly it was just different art over the old gameplay. So I feel it shouldn't be called a remake since its not remade lol.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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