Dedicated weapon spin button.
it make me happy
Pros:- maybe the purest FPS out there- music good- goes fast- hell yeahCons:-
If this released in 1995-1998, it probably would be considered the greatest FPS of all time.The first third of the game is a solid campaign, well executed if fairly standard fare for shooters of the era.In the second third, the developer really expands the scope and variety of the levels and themes throughout, fleshing out the title.In the final third of the game, you see experimental level design, and a lot of thought put into it at that.The only negative thing I have to say about the game is that the bosses are really not very interesting.
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~pros~+ Great quality Level Design+ Unique Enemies and bosses+ Badass soundtrack+ Fun multiplayer+ Mod support~cons~-
Dusk is brilliant because it understands that replaying those old games is frequently kind of a letdown. Half-Life is a classic, but playing it today shows how different parts of it haven't aged well. The graphics are more bare than in my memories, and the animations are more stilted. It was groundbreaking, but it's just not quite as fun as it was when it first blew my mind in 1998. Dusk doesn't recreate what FPS games were like in the '90s just to do it again. Dusk instead captures how those games feel now in my mind, tinted by 20 years of rose-colored memories. It shouldn't be possible, and it's a remarkable achievement.