Break out the Geiger counters, we're headed for Chernobyl

Subject: General Tech | March 28, 2007 - 11:53 AM |

GamingHeaven has published a review of the finally finished S.T.A.L.K.E.R., which is no longer in the running for "Most Time Spent in Development".  The aptly named current leader in that contest is still holding out on us.

While it has suffered graphically because of the long development time, it still manages to look good.  It has been awaited for it's storyline and A.I., which the reviewers did find quite addictive, as well as the bullet model.

"It was a long wait but S.T.A.L.K.E.R. was released a while ago and Gaming Heaven has been following the development of this

game for some time. We were one of the few sites to give away 200 keys to the public for the beta and we presented an

indepth analysis a while ago.

Today we have our review ready and its a collaboration between Peter and Arush, with a rather unusual concept of a

"journals" section as well as the primary review. We also have Flash videos, Quicktime VR files for download along with high

res image shots showing the various lighting in specific places within the game."

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