The Suffering 1.1 Pick
Software Product Description
The Suffering is a unique action-horror game. You are Torque, armed with a deadly arsenal and your last shred of sanity, condemned to wage war against horrific monstrosities in a bloody battle for revenge against a hidden mastermind who holds the keys to your past.This is a full version with no time expiration sponsored by advertising
Minimum System Requirements:
- CPU: Pentium III 1.0 GHz Processor
- RAM: 128MB RAM
- VGA: 32MB DirectX compatible Video Card AMD: Radeon 7000 series and higher NVidia: GeForce 2 series and higher
- DX: DirectX® 9.0b
- OS: Windows98SE/ME/2000/XP [XP64 is not supported]
- HDD: 2 GB Free Hard Drive space
- Sound: DirectX 8.0 compatible sound card
Note: Supported Video Cards: ATI Radeon 7000 series and higher NVidia GeForce 2 series and higher Matrox P750 Unsupported Video Cards: Kyro II Any SIS including the 315 and Xabre Any INTEL including the intergrated 845 and 865 Matrox G400, G450, and G550 (the G550 may be supported at a later date) Known Issues: If your video card has 32MB or less, we recommend you run the game in 800X600 mode. Although your monitor may be able to support higher modes and are available to be choosen, you may experience graphical issues. Lower end Radeon cards 7000, 7200 may experience washed out or compressed textures. This may be fixed in a game patch or a new driver release from ATI. 3D Sound Buffers - If your audio card does not support 3D sound buffers, you may experience Sfx dropouts if you have enabled 3D sound buffers..
Review Date: 2014-04-05
Pros: Descent graphics for it's age. Beautiful background music, SFX, creature design and a captivating dark creepy storyline. Not to mention that the gameplay mechanics are not bad. The game has 2 alternate endings witch are based on the choices the character makes through the game. This is a horror masterpiece!
Cons: None. It's a great TPS.
Other Thoughts: "The PC version of the game was released as freeware by the United States Air Force"
What the hell? Since when does the army tell video game developers/publishers what do do?