IGN reviews the Uncharted-ripoff from Saudi Arabia. How did it fare? Not good.
Lol not easy to follow the foosteps of naughty dog. Atleast they tried. =]
Check the comments section, they say they'll make a part 2, these people are crazy
Haha well ill give them credit for trying to follow footsteps of naughty dog who are my favorite devs this gen. Like they say, "Its better to try & fail then not try at all". They will only improve aslong as they give it their all. I believe in that theory that hard work & never giving up is better then just being a genius because all the hard work & never giving up will always make u strive to get better where being a genius, u just feel like u already know it all & leading u not to push beyond. Lol just my opinion. =]
If you're going to step into someone's boots, make sure they're not too big for you. You'll end up looking a clown.
if you gonna rip off something make sure you dont copy everything
Props to gaming industry in Saudia Arabia. Still long way to go..
They might want to start with some original ideas. ..and some testing.
As if it exists in the first place...
God forbid some developer bases their game off of another (90% of developers out there). At least they tried and goes to show that imitation is the greatest form of flattery.
except this is an obvious rip-off...
And once again..IGN magically becomes credible on N4G =D
logic never change ;)
read the comments under the review lol ! this review is offensive ohh dohh
This looks like what Uncharted might have been if it was developed for the PS1.
Pretty sad review. Hopefully these impressions from such reviews don't snuff out middle eastern development in the future...
DAMN. Thought this game would get fives.
You stole my shawrma? Humussssss lame and not even funny, i wonder if it was an indian game wich the author seems to be from would he be offended if someone wrote, curry!!!! Or spicy!!!? About a game made by indians? Im pretty sure he would
E.T. Armies looks alot better than this. Saudi might wanna look to Iran to learn how to make games. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
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