The lights are on
Biart's Deep Black series is now on Xbox Live. Jeff Cork, Jason Oestreicher, and I dove into it hoping for intense underwater action. What we got instead was monotonous pop-and-shoot gunplay. Odds are you'll have more fun jumping around in a puddle than batting robot fish in this game. After this video concluded, I continued the journey, and found the next hour of gameplay to be just as uneventful and uninspired. Let's hope Biart doesn't make the same mistakes with Diving: Jurassic Monsters.
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Yay, another Test Chamber!
I was about to go to bed, but okay!
Game has pretty good graphics, looks crappy otherwise. I'd agree with Reiner there needs to be alot more underwater games. Lately I've been craving something even as simple as an 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea adventure game.
In the Hunt and Critical Depth, ftw. Where are my sequels!!?
Yay for staying up 30 minutes later than I planned! Love me some Test Chamber
Test Chamber is great! The player model in this looks like a hybrid of Isaac Clarke and Master Chief.
I'd never heard of this game before this Test Chamber episode, either. It's weird--you'd think that a game with the production values of Deep Black would have had some marketing behind it so the developer could make money off of it. It looks like a competent, yet wholly unspectacular, shooter.
I love that we keep getting more Test Chambers so quickly. Keep up the great work.
Also, The Legendary Starfy is the best underwater game I've played. (That I can think of)