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I know a lot of people hate the PC version of this game because of the controller issues, but I'm using a PS2 Dualshock controller on a USB adaptor and the game works just fine. I think it's unreasonable to expect this game to work well on a mouse and keyboard because there are so many elaborate moves available. It's just the wrong tool for the job -- like using a keyboard I know a lot of people hate the PC version of this game because of the controller issues, but I'm using a PS2 Dualshock controller on a USB adaptor and the game works just fine. I think it's unreasonable to expect this game to work well on a mouse and keyboard because there are so many elaborate moves available. It's just the wrong tool for the job -- like using a keyboard for a flight sim. You need a gamepad for this game, so stop whining! Anyways it's a marked improvement over the first game, and I'm glad to see that they implemented SOME amount of acrobatic skill elements. Sheesh, Rayne is SUPPOSED to be part vampire so this game wouldn't do well without the jumping/swinging/rail sliding puzzles. Considering all the movements possible, the controls are worked out fairly well. It takes some time, learning one skill at a time, but it pays off. Not something for every player, but I suppose I just fall into the niche. Camera is worked out as good as I can think of. Yes, there are some claustrophobic situations that make working the camera just a little tricky. Working the camera is a skill in itself, but I'm glad that Rayne's facing direction is independent of the camera direction because in the last one I was often being attacked from behind, so this is handy. Graphics are very nice. I can't help ogling Rayne now and then and the outfits are a cute touch. Effects are decent, but not groundbreaking, but that's OK considering that the system requirements are low. It runs rather well on my 5 year old system. Animations are pretty good, too although there are a few times where some of the fighting moves have a follow through that looks very nice when she holds a pose theatrically, but it really leaves her open to counterattack. I really would have liked to have had the ability to hit additional buttons to link other combo attacks while she's in the theatric poses. Saving is checkpoint based and I'm only past the first chapter and I've died a few times but I'm making steady progress, so the difficulty level is about right. The checkpoints seem close enough together, but it would be nice if you could save the game at a particular checkpoint rather than having to finish the chapter, but the chapters seem to be divided into small enough bites so as not to be too inconvenient. All in all, very enjoyable game, a bit challenging to get started, and not for impatient brats who can't handle a half-vampire woman.… Expand

Developer: Terminal Reality

Publisher: Majesco Entertainment

Release Date: 2 Aug, 2005

Genre: Action, Hack and Slash, Horror, Nudity

Minimum:

    Windows 98 SE/2000/XP, 1.2 GHz processor, 256MB RAM, 200MB virtual memory, 5 GB free hard disc space, DirectX 8.1 or higher (included with game), DirectX compatible sound card, 100% DirectX 8.1 compatible video card, GeForce 3 or higher, with Hardware T&L (Transform & Lighting). Excludes GeForce MX and Go series cards. See full list below.Excluded cards:- ATI Rage (all), Radeon VE and Radeon 7000, 7500, 9000 ATI Mobility Radeon (original, laptop) NVidia GeForce 4 MX 420 or 440 PCI Nvidia Quadro NVS Nvidia GeForce 2 series Nvidia Geforce4 440 Go 64M (laptop users) Kyro 3D Prophet Matrox 3D Labs Intel Onboard (all versions)

Recommended:

    Windows XP, Pentium 4 2.0 GHz or AMD equivalent, 512 MB RAM, 200MB virtual memory, 5 GB free hard disc space, 100% DirectX 8.1 compatible video card, Matrox Pahrelia, Nvidia GeForce 6800, ATI Radeon X800, 9600, 9700, 9800 or better, DirectX 8.1 or higher, DirectX compatible sound card