Clive Barker's Jericho (PC/FullIso/Multi)-FAM

Game Platforme(s) : PC | Language : Multi (5) | Release Date : Oct 23, 2007
Publisher : Codemasters | Developer : Mercury Steam | Genre : Horror Action Adventure
Size : 3.95 Gb


Clive Barker's Jericho is an inconsistent first-person shooter,alternating between moments of pure, atmospheric greatness andirritating design paradoxes that suck the fun out of the gameplay. Forevery incredible set piece--a battle in a Roman gladiator arena, fearfulattacks by ghostly children--there is a frustrating sequence that putsevery shortcoming in the game proudly on display. There's a lot goingon, and sometimes it comes together exquisitely. More often, Jericho'svarious elements get in the way of one another, creating a game you'lllove one moment and hate the next
Horror writer Clive Barker's touch is most evident in Jericho's overallsense of impending doom. The time-traveling narrative takes you to anumber of eras--World War II, ancient Sumeria--and all of them arewrapped in a demonic haze of darkness and dread. The architecture isbrooding and imposing, shadowed corners look like they could harborsomething truly sinister, and soft ambient lighting brings it alltogether to make for a cohesive look. The sound design is equallysinister, with the quiet, pulsing soundtrack and the sound of drippingwater making you wonder what you might be encountering ahead. That isn'tto say that Jericho is a truly scary game. It's incredibly dark (you'llget good use of your flashlight), often intense, and always a littleeerie, but you'll never jump out of your seat. It's a Gothic paradise,and as a study in pure atmosphere, it succeeds in spades. The storyitself never really takes advantage of all this thick, fearful ambience.The setup is pretty awesome on its own, though. In the beginning, Goddidn't create Adam and Eve--He created a sexless being known as thefirstborn. Turns out that whole experiment didn't work out too well, andthe thing got locked away in an alternate reality, where itoccasionally gets too bored and tries to escape. The secretive Jerichosquad exists to shove the firstborn back where it belongs. Too bad thescript itself is just a thin slice of nonsense, featuring far too manyhokey one-liners ("praise the Lord and pass the ammunition!") than goodtaste allows. And just when you are finally getting into it, the gameends with a lame boss fight without answering any of the main questionsit raised. Leaving room for a sequel is one thing; creating a story thatliterally goes nowhere is something else entirely.

Your own character, Ross, can jump from one member of Jericho squad toanother, which sets up the game's most intriguing--andsuccessful--mechanic. At any point, you can take control of any of theremaining six members of the squad, and each of them handle quitedifferently from the others. First of all, they come equipped withdifferent weaponry. More importantly, most of them have two specialskills at their disposal, from Cole's ability to slow down time, toDelgado's knack for setting foes on fire, to Church's enemy-paralyzingcloud of blood. At first, it's tough to remember which squadmatepossesses which weapons and which skills, but the game does a good jobof introducing you to the powers one by one, and eventually it becomessecond nature.

That isn't to say that every character is particularly useful. Church'srooting skill and Cole's time-slowing ability are possibly the mostuseful powers, since they give you time to act. Jones, on the otherhand, only gets an astral projection skill, and it's rarely helpfuloutside of some of the game's puzzles. You'd think with six differentunique characters to control that Jericho might be spreading itself toothin, but while that is true with other elements in Jericho, thedifferent skills give you a lot of variety without making things feelschizophrenic. The characters you aren't in control of at any given timeare governed by the game's semiadequate artificial intelligence, andyou can give them rudimentary orders to stay behind, fall back, or moveto a specified location. But this is where Jericho begins tostumble--big-time.

Setup Instruction

1- Extract Rar File
2- Mount ISO file with DAEMON Tools (Or whatever)
3- Click "Setup.exe" to Instal the Game
4- Copy All Content "Crack" Folder to the Folder Game Directory
5- Play & Have Fun .................... Enjoy


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Minimum System Requirements

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* Processor : CPU Intel Pentium IV 2.4 GHz / AMD Athelon XP 2400+
* Memory : 1 GB Of RAM
* Video Card : 3D 128 Mb Compatible with [email protected] (Nvidia GeForce 8600 GX / ATI Radeon xprs 2450)
* Sound Card : Compatible with [email protected]
* HDD : 2 GB Free Space Drive
* DirectX : [email protected]
* Keyboard/Mouse
* CD/DVD-ROM Drive 32x Fast Speed

Recommanded System Requirements

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* Processor : CPU Intel Core2Duo 2.0 GHz / AMD Athelon 64x2 or higher
* Memory : 2 GB Of RAM
* Video Card : 3D 256 Mb Compatible with [email protected] (Nvidia GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon X1950)
* Sound Card : Compatible with [email protected]
* HDD : 2 GB Free Space Drive
* DirectX : [email protected]
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* CD/DVD-ROM Drive 32x Fast Speed

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