Fade to Black is an action videogame released in 1995 and also a a sequel to the cinematic platformer known as Flashback. Its french developer, Delphine Software, received many positive critics its games Flashback or Another World, but in my opinion, failed with this one. The action begins with your character Conrad Hart stuck in a cell, and you have to use your brain to escape from it. But actually, I wondered: was it worth bothering? I was disappointed by the mediocre graphics, sounds and by the horribly poor controls. When I've discovered my first enemy that shot me without noticing, I aimed at that bastard, took him down but also without noticing. Let me tell you why I was surprised about this accidentally "luck": because the aim sucks and you don't have a clear target. It is placed at an uncertain point above your head. Weird and stupid! It would have been better if the aim option hadn't existed, for me, it could have been the same thing. Also, the simple movements are difficult because of the bad control of your character, and this leads to a high inconvenience and an immediate uninstall of this game. I guess this game gained its reputation only because of its greater prequel, as for the rest, I will refrain from additional comments.
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