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|Phobia Game Studio, Transhuman Design
|Crunching Koalas, Transhuman Design
|Initial Release Date:
|5 Oct 2016
Butcher is a game deeply rooted in gritty run-and-gun games of the mid-to-late 90s, and it does a perfect job of recreating that feel while still retaining the identity and its uniqueness.
Butcher is a bloody, action-packed delight. From the get-go, the game gives vibes reminiscent of familiar formats like Doom, Predator, Aliens, and other horror/action movies of the late ’80s / early ’90s. Moreover, the music is thematically dark and uptempo – it’s hard not to get pumped when you’re wiping out measly people’s scores!
The game proudly advertises itself as being difficult and this accusation is very accurate! The Butcher doesn’t hold your hand and really expects you to ‘get the best right away as ruthless enemies will idly wait for you to find your objective or move into cover. However, contrary to what some negative reviews might imply, I don’t think toughness is arrogance.
Finally, the emphasis on accurate targeting and understanding of the ‘cover system’ will allow the player to make quick work of even the heaviest of enemies (i.e. easy platforms allow jump/drop and missiles to pass but solid platforms can only be erected above and block shots). Fret not, however, as the dev team seems to have listened to the negative feedback about the difficulty and added DLC for the ‘easy’ mode to make the game a bit more approachable for more ‘casual-leaning’ people.
Butcher is Best Video Game !!
For the most part, the game mechanics are very old school. No double jumps, no dashes, or anything like that. Instead, the game does very well done gunfights with two interesting details:
- Simple platforms can be shot through. This means you have more freedom to move around maps that can stand out more if you don’t have your objective blocked by all the platforms. Conversely, there are solid platforms and bulletproof walls, and those can be used effectively as cover.
- In a manner reminiscent of Metal Gear or Broforce, enemies who have spotted the player and are ready to fire have an exclamation mark above their head. This nice idea allows the player to quickly spot enemies despite their dark backgrounds, and be ready for a shot from that direction. You never feel like you’ve been shot at by a random enemy, you always know what’s coming.
Soon you’ll notice that the devs don’t lie about the same, Butcher is really what I think 2D Doom should be. It’s brutal, fast, and very, very bloody, albeit slightly more intellectual than any classic FPS and certainly more challenging than any Quake or Doom game to date. There are four problems, the easiest of which are called difficulties, of course.
I got a bit of a Hotline Miami vibe from how the difficulty was structured, for most human-like enemies it will take at least the same damage to die as it takes you, so unlike corridor shooters where you’ll just run and shoot, sometimes it’s recommended to stop and really think about your approach and/or take things slow, adding a strategic layer of depth. Of course, like in all classic shooters, you have enemies much bigger and stronger than you, and guns that impact more, but are much slower.
One of the things I didn’t like was how long it took to get new guns. For example, you get the best gun in the game near the end, at the beginning of the final chapter, which doesn’t give you much time to really enjoy it. Even after beating the game you can’t just go back and start a New Game+ where you have all the items previously unlocked. A simple solution would be to give you fewer guns to get better ammo but give them earlier in the game.
Which brings me to another point, after you get a new more powerful gun, you’ll suddenly get about the same amount of ammo you get for beginners, that’s not necessarily a complaint though, since ammo, in general, isn’t exactly that, you may find yourself in a situation where you have no ammo if you forget to control.
I found the gameplay to be an excellent combination of shooting, platforming, and adaptive thinking. Everything feels smooth and appropriate. Things are so different, you can never get sick of any part of the game. More importantly, everything in combination makes for a more enjoyable experience.
Graphics, Sound and Technical Details
BUTCHER sounds and looks exactly like a 90s shot, I found myself enjoying the soundtrack quite a bit, and graphically it’s very, very pleasing given that you like this type of art style. As I mentioned earlier, there is a lot of detail everywhere, both mechanically and graphically. Everything combined contributes to the atmosphere and makes for a very satisfying experience.
I’ve had absolutely no frame dips even on my potato, the game plays at a constant 60fps even on weaker and/or older systems. I haven’t encountered a single game-breaking problem, or any kind of bug, to be honest. The controls on the mouse and keyboard are very smooth and responsive, they are also fully tetherable, for those of you who like gamepads, there is fully functional support for that as well.
There isn’t an excessive amount of options, but all the essentials, I would imagine, are there. You can toggle between on-off for certain effects and post-processing, there are separate audio sliders for music and game sound and, thankfully, you can adjust several game-related options as well that seem appropriate.
In conclusion, BUTCHER is old-school to the bone, with a few extra features that make the game more relevant and fun to play. The carnage atmosphere and challenging gunfights make for a terrifying sacrifice to the gods of extreme violence. I was very pleasantly surprised by BUTCHER and enjoyed every minute of it. My main gripe is the length and the total amount of content, but given the price, I can’t really complain. Everything about the game is done incredibly well, from the weapons to the music. The gameplay is fun and brutally challenging.
System Requirements of Butcher Game
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
- Processor: Core 2 Duo
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: DX 9.0/OpenGL 2 compliant with SM 2.0+
- Hard Drive: 200 MB available space
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
How to Install Butcher For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Butcher Game” folder.
- Click on “Setup” and install it.
- After installation is complete, go to the folder where you installed the game.
- Click on the “Game” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 104 MB