A wonderfully exhausting exercise in futility is probably the best way of describing The Callisto Protocol as no matter the strength of my own resolve, I was constantly on edge and reveling in those fleeting moments where the game allowed me to breathe following yet another life-threatening fight. The constant fear and dread incited by the phenomenal visual and sound design are only complemented by the compelling story. The Callisto Protocol is, hopefully, the start of an exciting new franchise, and is another sign that survival horror is anything but dead.
The Callisto Protocol continues Dead Space's legacy in a very competent manner. It might very well be the beginning of a new series, because the most important thing - scaring the player - works very well here.
Se hanno dato 10 a quel cesso di Starfield dove tutto e noioso dialoghi con marionette inespressive un **** che non esiste una trama ridicola ecc. potrei stare qui ore a scrivere i difetti di un gioco che è vittima del suo stesso hype in negativo, come può Callisto avere questo meta cosi basso? Callisto graficamente bello,ha una trama, il **** è carismatico, ambienti pazzeschi tutto bello e ha 6.9?forse la Krafton non ha riempito le redazioni di gadget?Merita molto di pi, Starfield sarà il riferimento del per dare voti se Starfieldè 10 Callistoè 8.5
The Callisto Protocol is a formidable adventure, very linear (in a good way), that knows how to drink from Dead Space but finds its own way. It's a shame that introducing some items to its Season Pass limit its life so much and that its second half isn't quite as inspired. But what a good time I've had.
An intense atmospheric adventure with an intriguing premise, The Callisto Protocol delivers a solid horror game that focuses largely on its satisfying combat. It doesn't have much variety and is lacking a bit of creativity, but it makes up for that with impressive visuals and disgusting, intimidating monsters. It might not meet the expectations of its obvious inspirations, but The Callisto Protocol lays a strong foundation of terrifying atmosphere and crunchy combat that makes it satisfying and spooky nonetheless.
The Callisto Protocol is a decent spiritual successor to Dead Space that's often too careful. The intense action and visual beauty isn't bad at all. But the lack of originality in both story and gameplay are obvious.
Dead Space 4 in all but name, except with no puzzles and surprisingly little suspense. The Callisto Protocol has plenty of gritty action but that’s not quite enough to sustain interest for its entire duration.
The Callisto Protocol isn’t scary. It isn’t fun. It isn’t entertaining, fascinating, or mildly enriching. It lays a self-entitled claim to Dead Space’s stylistic and mechanical elements yet wields not a single one with grace, instead performing a crude pantomime. It’s mechanically unpleasant, bereft of a single original idea, and hostile to its own players. There's literally one jumpscare tactic reused at a rate best described as pathological. It's got some damn nerve wanting to be seen as a worthy successor - it can't even rival the weakest of pretenders.
See the thing is I played the game after all the patches. The beauty of the game is very well in the combat because although people say it is repetitive I think it isn't with all the environmental tools that are present. The story was ok but not too bad either. It was scary at moments because of the environment but I just wished that there more psychological horror factors in the game like the ones in the DLC and maybe more. The game does have insane potential and when you do compare it with the potential it does feel like a shortfall but not a big one. This is because other than the shortage in big scares and story, the game story is brisk and you actually feel like you are progressing and growing through out the story with all the developments in the guns and more. It could've been amazing but that's no reason to say that the game wasn't good or engaging.
This game is totally ****'s talk the positive first.visual graphic is great even they lock fps at 30 at first. in my version played has 60 fps lock instead. still has frame drop but not much. the way they designed "things" are very impressive. (can smell re4 slightly)story's very intriguing, like a movie. can tell much but it's worth to follow their universe (if they create) that's all about good **** bad things can't acceptable, controlling is so bad. almost quit this game because of it. switching guns, open inventory, running, crouching, melee attacks, aiming, jumping interactive, reloading time, health time ... everything are so confusing. sometime grp doesn't work too. and quick time button just one button and its animation is so bad. and last thing that important for horror game is this game is not scary at all. not for me. just jump scare and that's allit's so disappointed.
SummarySet on Jupiter's moon Callisto in the year 2320, The Callisto Protocol is a next-generation take on survival horror. The game challenges players to escape the maximum security Black Iron Prison and uncover its terrifying secrets. A blend of horror, action, and immersive storytelling, the game aims to set a new bar for horror in interacti...