|Game Developer:||GRASSHOPPER MANUFACTURE INC., Engine Software BV|
|Game Publisher:||NIS America, Inc.|
|Initial Release Date:||15 Nov 2018|
This Assassin 7 Version is a remaster of the original title that was released on PlayStation and Game Cube in 2005 (I also own the original version of PS2). The game basically looks better than the better High Definition (Full HD) texture. Improves FPS and makes the game much more stable on modern PCs. Now to the killer 7 himself. This Resident Evil 4 is a combination of shooting mechanics and metal gear solid level design and camera angle with a unique story and art style.
The positive side
- High Definition Remaster with Pure PC Port.
- Unique story and gameplay.
- Ability to upgrade multiple characters.
- Great puzzles too.
- It can be a little weird at first for a new player.
- No tutorial for keyboard users.
As I mentioned before playing with the various characters in the story, each has different weapons, different stats, and different special attacks, which change your play style a bit, so keep that in mind. put it. Now first you can’t see the enemies at first sight, for that you need to scan them to see them. After scanning you will see the weak points of the enemy’s body and you can hit them with just one shot. If you can’t hit this weak point then you need 4 shots to hit them (2 or 3 of them). To lower). Sometimes you have to react quickly because once you enter the room a number of enemies may be waiting for you and it will take valuable time to scan them all, so be prepared.
Motion / Camera Angle / Other NPCs:
As mentioned, it reminds me of metal gear solid games. All you have to do is press the W (or analog stick) to move forward and change direction with the S or until you have several options where to go. Inside the maps, you will find a number of spirits that you have hit in previous jobs. Talking to these spirits can go a long way in helping you complete missions solve puzzles or find objects that will help you open doors. Iwazaru is the name of a servant who helps you in your mission but I do not know whether he is a living person or the soul of a previous dead person.
Not much to say here. Most enemies are slow and can be killed with just 1 hit. After that you have to go against some fast people or even those who constantly make new enemies. There is nothing advanced here, they just come close to you, there is no advanced movement at all. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person.
The Harem Room is a room where you can relax, change roles, upgrade statistics, unlock capabilities or take a look at Wiki with Iwazaru.
Graphics / Audio:
Not much to say here either. This is a 2005 PlayStation 2 game that has only been remastered in HD. It honestly looks a lot better than the original version, but by today’s standards, it’s nothing short of amazing. What I really like is the art style that reminds me of well-made comics and the characters look great too. Great HD remaster in my opinion.
Audio / Soundtrack:
English subs are the only problem, but it doesn’t bother me. The voice acting is also very good. The soundtrack is one of the best in my opinion because there are so many memorable tracks for me.
Killer7 is truly a hidden gem and now with its purest form, the HD remaster keeps the original feelings just with sharp textures and solves many problems in other constructions!
System Requirements of Killer7 Game
- OS: Windows 7 or later
- Processor: 2GHz Dual Core
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
- Hard Drive: 3 GB available space
- DirectX: Version 11
How to Install Killer7 For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Killer7 Game” folder.
- Click on “Setup” and install it.
- Click on the “Killer7Win” icon to play the game.
|File Size: 2.12 GB||Download Here|