Le 11 octobre 2014, 05:34 dans Humeurs • 0
The artificial intelligence for Fut Coins both your teammates and the enemy soldiers is poor. When you fire at an enemy soldier from afar and miss, and he doesn't even notice that you're taking shots at him, you can't help but feel disappointed in the game. And the only noticeable change in the AI at higher difficulty settings is that the soldiers have better aim.
Visually Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon isn't a very stellar-looking GameCube game, but it does manage to get the job done. The models and textures used for the soldiers and environments are fairly simple, but they have many of the details featured in the Xbox version. For instance, equipment dangles around the soldiers' waists, the snipers have their camouflaged netting wrapped around them, and buildings look realistically worn by weather.
The animation of the characters from a distance is terrible--the enemy soldiers look like they have two frames of animation--but it does get better as they approach. The game's frame rate is fairly constant, although it does hitch up often when there are multiple enemies and teammates onscreen at once. The game features some neat blurring effects that indicate when the soldier you're controlling has been struck by a bullet. The lighting and shadowing in the game definitely give you a sense of the terrain's depth and scope, which is a nice visual touch.