IMG Reviews DeepTrouble 2
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IMG has posted a review of DeepTrouble 2, the sequel to CodeBlender Software's under water action game. Here's a clip from the review:
As I previously mentioned, Deep Trouble 2's physics engine mirrors an atmospheric flight sim, but the setting is underwater. Your ship maneuvers with delightful fluidity; acceleration and cornering are smooth and enjoyable, and using the built-in boost is a lot of fun (and essential for your survival). It feels nothing like piloting a real submarine, but the dynamics help make the game more exciting than a realistic submarine simulator could be. Interestingly, this game clearly takes a page from Halo's book: your ship's shields, when damaged, recharge after a short period of time. Also, you are only allowed to carry two primary weapons, which you can swap out for others as you come across new weapons. The problem is that this system (which made Halo's gameplay spectacular) doesn't necessarily translate to other genres very well.To check out the entire review, please follow the link below.
IMG Review: DeepTrouble 2
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