Primal Fears, developed by DnS Development, released on Steam on January 8, Title Action is a classical style that takes you back in the ’90s with a logic and a typical setting of brilliant titles such as Dungeon Keeper, Postal and Fallout. In short, if you plan to be an expert but you do not know these titles, or you’ve never played, it’s time to do it.
The game starts in window opening, no story and no intro, after the essential main menu we are already in play.
Do you want to discover the plot? There is only one way to do it, you have to go to the site, but if you do not want to do you now say that we are facing an apocalypse bacteria. Monsters, once men, they move in the cities disfigured and we must survive the infection.
Objectives to complete, missions to be concluded, shop with weapons to buy and upgrade, but there is the opportunity to grow the character or equip in other ways.
The player has no emotional thrust due to the total lack of a plot or a thread that links the missions. The graphics engine promises more than it can make, it is heavy and fairly efficient. The design of some of the monsters is approximate, and the other is excessively copied from other titles in the genre. A single but arrogant bug affects the gameplay and forces the player to waste a lot of shots fired in total autonomy.
The difficulty can be frustrating because of the ridiculous movements of the hero and the inaccurate response to commands. Even the sound effects are not satisfactory, some monsters attack followed by a cheerful clown whistle.
The co-op could be defined desert, considering that, despite our best efforts, we did not find other players.
Primal Fears has very little to do with the productions of the past and seems to have ignored every instruction. The action is considered parodic and the total absence of other genera videogame or peculiar characterizations visual or narrative, the title collapses without even the Skull Bash of a bird Rovio. The end result is almost embarrassing, although the ideas and the general promised a competitor of all respect for the aforementioned Hotline Miami.