Difference between revisions of "Kill.switch"
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Revision as of 14:28, 18 October 2020
Publisher(s): Namco (US), SCEE (EU)
Genre: Action, Shooter, Arcade
Game review links: : 7.8/10, : 73/100
Game description: In kill.switch, you will take on the role of a highly skilled military operative with orders to start a war. Travel to global 'hotspots' such as the Middle East, the Caspian Sea region, and North Korea. Hide behind objects in your environment and lay down suppressing fire without even looking. Fight through 15 action-packed scenarios featuring diverse missions and objectives that span the globe. As the story unfolds, you'll begin to discover what's behind your dark agenda.
The game is a remotely controlled super-soldier, Nick Bishop (voiced by Adam Baldwin). For most of the game the soldier is remotely controlled by a man known only as "Controller" (voiced by Chuck McQuary). Controller is apparently using a direct neural connection to Bishop. Bishop's suppressed memories occasionally break through, causing Controller headaches. The memories feature a woman and the phrase, "Say my name." Controller, under orders from a man named Archer (voiced by Marcus McCollum), uses Bishop in a series of combat missions designed to convince two nations or groups known as the North and the West to go to war.
||1.1.0 r5800-||GSdx r5800 SSSE3||
||Game works fine and stable at a good speed.|
|NTSC-U||Windows 7 64-Bit||
||1.2.1 r5875||GSdx 10 (Hardware)0.1.16 r5875||
||Game looks great at 6X native resolution. Noticed some extremely light slowdown/hitching, but game was still running at 60FPS. Bios v 2.0 was used.||Zrooney|
||GSdx 1.2.0 AVX2
||Runs at full speed without issues.||Ratchet66|
- The game has a 16:9 widescreen mode that results in a smaller portion of the world being visible when enabled.