– Release Name (Crack by): A.SECOND.BEFORE.US-PLAZA
– NFO : read
– Format : iso
– Platform : PC
– Language : English, Russian
– Files Size : 1 x 1.68 GB
– Total size : 1.68 GB
– Hosts : Mega, Uptobox, Uploaded, Turbobit, Userscloud
– System Requirements : MINIMUM:
OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 – 32 or 64 bits
Processor: 2.2 GHz Dual Core CPU
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: 1024 MB NVIDIA GeForce 9800GTX / ATI Radeon HD 3xxx series
… years after the cataclysms.
A SECOND BEFORE US Crack Now on the game itself .. This game started and I was immediately intrigued by the setting. It seemed like a cool, futuristic sci-fi attitude, and I was excited about it. For what I would say was about the first 30 minutes of the game, I was curious to learn what was happening in this world. The premise streamed over some notes here and there, and was interesting enough that I wanted to continue.
Then, from seemingly nowhere, the game became a mess of what seemed to be a bunch of ideas ranging from good to bad, all thrown together and then quickly pressed to release. There is definitely some potential here – the world design is really nice in many places, and then it’s just weird. The story of ANOTHER FOR USA is told throughout the game with notes that are in different places, but the thing is … The location of these notes is meaningful. They are just randomly scattered for the most part, but no real reason is where they are other than what I can assume is that this particular developer has no resources to tell the story through dialogue or otherwise. Some of the notes were placed in places that make sense, but I couldn’t help feeling that I was taken out of the world by those who were put somewhere just so you have the information. I feel there was some well-written history here, but it’s just not quite there yet. Taking the time to refine it would have turned out much more meaningful in the end.
A SECOND BEFORE US Torrent Now on to my main problems with this game, and it all starts with the movement. It’s slow. Very slow. Now I am torn between whether this is really bad or if it is a personal preference thing, but the reason it hugs me so much here is as follows. This game likes to throw several routes at you, but they usually have to be done in a certain order. So if you happen to navigate the right way for the first time, you will do a lot of backtracking, and this almost made me quit the game several times in itself. It was so boring. And not only that, but the movement sometimes seems broken and inconsistent. Why can I just jump on some of the boxes in the game, even if they are at the same height? Many of these wouldn’t even allow me to get anywhere I shouldn’t have been, the game just shoots you away for no reason. There is a section in a large room full of containers where you have to climb some wooden boxes to the top. I did it the first time with a little trouble, but still enough to annoy me. Then at the top, there was a decent big gap that I thought I could do. I couldn’t, so I fell down and started climbing again. Then I come back to the same boxes that I just climbed on, and the game has decided not to, not this time. Every time I jumped on them, it pushed me back. It’s just so frustrating to play.
My next question is that game puzzles are some of the most unintuitive I have played, and that does not help the fact that the game is also inconsistent in its most basic functions. It is early established that the items you can interact with appear in yellow as you hover over them. Until they are no longer. For about 10 minutes, I stuck to a section because I wasn’t aware that some doors do not mark as you hover over them, but still they can still be opened. You just have to run and hit F on everything to make sure. This was especially frustrating as all the doors previously described were hovering over them. This is not some kind of puzzle, it’s just bad design. I don’t know if it was intentional or a monitor under development, but I can’t remember the last time I felt such a facepalm moment in a game from what I don’t consider to be my own fault. There are points where you complete a goal and then obviously nothing happens. There were so many times I completed something I would do, and then stood waiting for a few seconds for something to happen, only to find that it opened a random secret room along the path I had already taken. There was no indication or sound queue for these things to happen, they just happen and it’s as if they expect you to backtrack for everything you do in this game.
This is the biggest game if we talk about it purely from a gaming perspective and ignore all story elements. It’s just so inconsistent across the board, and why in the end I feel that this should be in beta and not a full version. It feels like this game had little or no actual test test
The Earth was almost completely destroyed, but human civilization was not gone. People built the Delta complex, which has become a shelter for survivors.
People who live in Delta are called colonists. Their main goal is to collect and accumulate information for its transfer to future generations. To increase the speed and efficiency of works, the colonists pass erase procedure (partial memory lock). Life here is subjected to strict rules, colonists live in absolute solitude. They don’t have names; they only have personal sequence numbers. Your number is 183 and you’re the ordinary colonist. With you, as with other colonists, does nothing unusual, but one day your life changes. Can you take the chance to find out the secrets of the Delta?
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