This is a review of fimfiction rage, by author and journalist Andrew Clements.
Clements’ website is one of the most popular for fiction writing around, so it’s no surprise that his blog has such a high amount of traffic. We like to think of him as a good friend to fiction writers. Though he is an avid writer of fiction, Clements is also an avid reviewer of the latest novel, so we got to read his thoughts on the new game, his favorite, and what we liked and didn’t like about it.
Fimfiction is a game that, like other RPGs, combines first person (or third person) and third person perspective. The player is the protagonist of the first person shooter. This is where Clements shines. He has developed a nice art style that evokes the look of the FPS and makes the game look as though you’re sitting in an FPS video game. His writing is also very well done, and he is a very funny guy who is able to entertain and entertain us.
The game is pretty much what you would assume it to be if you look at its art style. It looks like the FPS we all love, but with characters that are very well-written and interesting. It also has a good story that I found the characters to be very well-developed, even when they were in the middle of a very well-written, highly-focused action sequence.
Of course, the writing is not the only thing that is entertaining. The games sound effects are also very well-done. The gameplay is what I would describe as “tense,” but not a bad thing because it’s what everyone plays. I like that some of the enemies are very well-written and have strong personalities.
I think the writing, the gameplay, and the sound effects are all so well done that at times you actually forget you’re playing an action-adventure game. They’re all engaging enough to keep you interested and I’m not really sure why it’s that they don’t make you want to skip the rest of the game.
The game itself is very well-done and is really easy to pick up and play. The story is a little vague on what exactly has happened to Colt, but the game is well-written and the fights are cool. The only drawback I could see is that it takes a while to get the feel of the combat, but I think you can get used to it.
There are some really good fights, but nothing like the ‘warp’ or’shooter’ thing that we’ve come to expect. The fights are a little less ‘good’ so I’m not sure if the fight scenes change much, or if they just get more action. It’s a bit like seeing how you dress up in a costume and then having your costume made into a bodyguard that has one of the coolest legs of your life.
It’s about as much as we can expect from a new game based on the fimfiction franchise. It’s the same stuff we’ve come to expect from the games based on those books. It’s a bit repetitive, but if you give it a chance, you’ll enjoy it.
The combat was one of the most impressive combat scenes I’ve ever seen. The combat was quite intense and challenging, but the fight scenes are so well drawn and so well developed, its just a matter of getting to grips with the combat. Its a good way to see the fights on the screen.