Friday, 4 November 2011

Necrovision Lost Company FREE DOWNLOAD MEDIAFIRE

Game Platforme(s) : PC
Language : English
Release Date : Feb 19, 2010
Publisher : 1C
Developer : The Farm 51
Genre : Adventures/Fantasy 1st Person Shooter
Size : 2.7 Gb
The Great War has never been that great when it comes to videogame spin-offs. Anything involving Hitler, the Nazis, Stalingrad, D-Day, or The Battle of Britain on the other hand and the market is as saturated as a Red army soldier who's just liberated Berlin. Anything featuring iron-clad Roman legionaries butchering tribes of illiterate sheepherders who've barely discovered how to dress themselves, and we're all clamouring for our debit cards. Scour your local game store for any World War One titles however and you'll be lucky to find anything more than some prehistoric title on the Red Baron or mediocre strategy game - unless of course, some helpful shop assistant happens to point you in the direction of Necrovision: Lost Company.
You really have to give credit to Polish developers The Farm 51 for at least stepping up and giving the World War One angle a go. Necrovision might not be the only World War One title to have emerged in the last few years, but it's the first contemporary attempt to really try and adapt The Great War into a first person shooter. But given the fact that WWI could never really work as a serious FPS because it would either consist of you sitting there for hours on end holding your finger down on the fire button and mowing down scores of hapless infantry. Or else walking very slowly through no man's land into a wall of heavy machine gun fire, it's understandable that The Farm 51 have taken some big liberties with history.
But what you're confronted with in Necrovision is a story and setting so ludicrous and down-right insane you're convinced the whole thing must be a joke. The voice acting is horrendous, the undead-Adolf Hitler-lookalikes who come at you wielding nail bats and large pieces of corrugated iron are hilarious - especially after you knee cap them with your luger, and see your character turning his pistol sideways like O-Dog from Menace to Society. 'What you say about ma mamma?' you shout triumphantly, and fell like playfully nudging one of the developers and casting them a knowing wink as if to say 'yeah, I get it', until you actually begin to realise you're meant to take the whole thing seriously.
During sporadic intervals between bludgeoning deranged, green-eyed German infantryman (who are victims of some sick experiment of something) you find Farm 51 spoiling your fun with these poignant letters from dead soldiers. You suddenly realise that Necrovision's genius for absurdity is actually unintentional. One minute the game has you sinking a nail bat into someone's head, and the next minute, it starts harping on about the reality of war, the pain, the loss, the suffering blah, blah, blah. But my advice is to just to ignore anything to do with the story - which becomes increasingly more bizarre - and just crack on with the killing, which thankfully is a blast.
The first three hours of the game is full of running in and around the misty trenches, occasionally wearing gas masks, and using an array of World War One weaponry to drop groups of mutated bosh. The choice of weapons is superb. lugers to sniper rifles to chattering machine guns to grenade launchers, Necrovision sports an impressive array of Great War weaponry. Some can even be duel wielded which is a nice bonus, especially when you consider the number of melee weapons on offer. But that said, NV doesn't actually linger in about the trenches for too long, and pretty soon there's a big twist, and it's all for the better.





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