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An IMD Anthology vs. JSH357
An IMD Anthology
Rolling Stone
Download: 857 KB
V.S.
JSH357
Play Time: 0-1 hours and 0-59 minutes
Review # 2 for JSH357
Them's Fightin' Words
    This is a collection of three wonderful games by the legendary Gilbert. First, "I Made Dis: Director's Cut," the tragic tale of how Elvis, Batman, and Crocidile Dundee met their early demises. Next we have "I Made Dis Xmas," another tragic tale of fascist zombies and, of course, free poontang. Lastly, "SIGMAR THE DOWNTRODDEN," the most wholesome and entertaining OHR game to date. (Save ashs.rpg)
Graphics
    IMD:DC:
Gilbert has some of the best walkabout and hero art I've ever seen. Batman, Dundee, and Elvis look great. There's even a flip-book style animation of Elvis shooting zombies, and some fantastic-looking credits. Surprisingly good graphics for a nonsense game

IMDX:
Well, there's pr0n...

SIGMAR:
Despite the fact that the game's about half a minute long, the graphics that are there look pretty good. The animation for the climactic scene is very well-done.
 
Storyline
    These games don't really have storylines. They're for laughing at, not thinking about.  
Gameplay
    Once again, these aren't even really games. They're basically interactive movies.  
  Battle
    Battles in IMD:DC are winnable in one/two hits. They're mainly there for comedic value. (Summon Buddy Holly!)  
  Map Design
    Maps are just there to fit the scene, really. Again, this game is not meant to have any depth to it.  
  Balance
    See above.  
Music
    I have not played SIGMAR with music, but I doubt that would matter.

IMDX and IMD:DC both have good soundtracks that fit their respectful games very well, especially IMD:DC, since IMDX is less than a minute long.
 
Enjoyment
    Don't take these games too seriously and you'll have a few chuckles. Not worth playing if you're stuck-up and only interested in playing good games, I suppose. I'll never forget the days that I spent hunting zombies with Elvis...  
Final Blows
    IMD:DC:
It'll be the best five minutes of your life. If you get lost, use the included walkthrough.
IMDX:
The most wonderous, thematic game in OHR history. Don't let your mom catch you looking at that bromide! ~_-
SIGMAR:
A fantastic essay on the problems facing the Soviet Union in the 1950's.


Final Scores
Graphics: 7.5/10.0
IMD:DC has outstanding graphics, a lot of work must have been put into them. The other two games are a bit lacking, but not too bad.
Storyline: 1/10.0
Nonexistant
Gameplay: 1/10.0
Nonexistant
Music: 6/10.0
Fits the games perfectly despite not being original.
Enjoyment: 7.5/10.0
If you want a good laugh, this is your game package. (Of course, you might not find any of them humorous at all. That's YOUR problem.)
Overall Grade: B
Final Thoughts
    A classic collection of OHR Greats that the whole family can enjoy(Well, the retarted children and gay uncles, at least.)  


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