Genre: Adventure, Indie, Early Access
Release Date: Jan 30, 2017
Edited by KnightAvenger
BIGFOOT is a survival horror, first person hunting game and has been developed by CyberLightGameStudio (CyberLight). You go to Jesper National Park because you have heard rumors that there’s a creature called “BIGFOOT,” and you try to find out what happened to the four missing tourists in the same area. As you get closer to Jesper National Park, you encounter all kinds of equipment to catch or find BIGFOOT. Your task is simple-find out what happened to the missing tourists and find and capture BIGFOOT.
I must start off by saying that I like the atmosphere when I walk around in the park. I really get the feeling I’m in a forest. With no tutorial in the beginning, I had to explore by myself to find traps, weapons, ammo, cameras and so on. I went into the options area to check out the keybind and found out that the keybind for the map is different from what I expected. Something I also noticed, while looking at the keybinding, is that you have a guide book and, in that book, there was some valuable information. When I say that the developer has to look over the texture, modeling, and grammar, there were a few areas I could see outside of the map. I noticed the animation of the face, but the spelling and grammar need some adjustment. I could understand what they were trying to say, but I had to read twice to make sure I didn’t misunderstand anything.
- Tracking Bullet
- Decent Guide About Bigfoot
- Nature Feeling Like Lightning Storm, Raining, When Bigfoot Pushed the Caravan
- Graphics In-Game (Main Screen looks great)
- No Master Volume (When starting a session, you can change the “Game Sound”)
- No Mouse Sensitivity (Major Con)
- Game Price
- Ability To Change Keybinds
- Adjusting Texture, Modeling, Grammar
Jaentan gives BIGFOOT a Drastik Measure 4 out of 10! (40)
BIGFOOT is available on Steam for $15.99 (USD).