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Submitted by mathsman 720d ago | review

In-depth Review: Serious Sam 3: BFE - Electronic Theatre

Having made its PC debut last year, Serious Sam 3: BFE is already widely known to be an intense action first-person shooter (FPS). A balls-to-the-wall affair unlike that which we commonly see in today’s marketplace. In its heyday Serious Sam was a franchise born of technical limitation and made to push FPS players to the very edge of their comfort zone. Here on modern hardware, Serious Sam 3: BFE revitalises the now well established gameplay with the benefits of superior graphics and added horsepower. (PC, PS3, Serious Sam 3: BFE, Xbox 360) 83/100

ThanatosDMC  +   719d ago
I was disappointed with SS3:BFE especially when compared to the creativity SS2 had in level design, traps, power ups, monster, game modes, secrets, survival mode maps, etc.

SS3:BFE was seriously lacking in the fun and creativity department. I hated those levels in which there's absolutely nothing to shoot at or there's nothing that'd would kill me or my friends. We just ran for minutes trying to get to the next places. BORING!

SS2 had traps, rotating walls, sliding floors with spike traps, an arena with nonstop teleporting while fighting enemies, kill boxes, etc.

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