Carrier

Carrier

  • fight flesh eating monsters; mυѕt navigate аn aircraft carrier; two playable font; οn screen map; large number οf weapons

Includes game, original case, аnԁ original manual. AƖѕο includes bonus collector DVD case wіth reprint οf original artwork tο look pretty οn shelf next tο contemporary games! Thеѕе items аrе іn ехсеƖƖеnt condition аnԁ complete bυt thеу аrе nοt Ɩіkе nеw. Thеу mау hаνе small flaws tο thе case аnԁ thе game mау hаνе very small scratches thаt ԁο nοt affect game play. AƖƖ ClassicGameStore games аrе tested before being taken іntο ουr inventory.

List Price: $ 45.99

Price: $ 45.99

3 thoughts on “Carrier

  1. 9 of 11 people found the following assess helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    don’t pass this one up., Development 8, 2000
    By A Customer
    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This assess is from: Carrier (Record Game)
    of course the best way to describe CARRIER is to say that it’s resident evil on an aircraft carrier but what sets this game apart from capcom’s hit francise, is that the graphics are brilliant thanks to the DREAMCAST’S capabilities. not only are some of the backgrounds prerendered, but they can pan in/out on the glide at times.
    the concept of CARRIER is more or less like John carpenter’s “THE THING” as “night of the living dead” is to RESIDENT EVIL. everywhere u have to guess which crew members have been infected by a plant like organism. the special X-RAY like goggles, not only notice infected sailors, but can also locate hidden items as well. the zombies/monsters may not be as terrifing as EVIL’s but they come damn near close. my only gripe about CARRIER, would be, the sluggish controls lack of weapons and of course terrible voice acting. but nonetheless JALECO must be praised for producing they’re first attempt at the “survival horror” genre.
    if your’e a RE fan like me,take a pass on BLUE STINGER and pick this one up as a replacement for. you wont be disapointed.

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  2. 4 of 5 people found the following assess helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice try, but…, Development 12, 2000
    By A Customer
    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This assess is from: Carrier (Record Game)
    As others have prominent, the graphics in Carrier are pretty, and the tale is decent for the genre. Unfortunately, the voice acting is beyond terrible, and the controls are sloppy and hard to get used to.
    I expect terrible voice acting from horror games, but nothing this terrible — when you start laughing at the hysterical overacting, the tale suffers a bit. The game is obviously translated from the Japanese — the English dialog and the font’ mouth movements don’t synch at all, and that’s kind of distracting. Sure, it would have cost a bit more and taken some time to resynch to the English dialog, but it would have been a nice touch.
    As for the controls, they could have been a lot better. It’s very nearly impossible to run in a straight line with the analog stick, and moving with the pad is annoying. Also, while the fact that you can aim for various parts of your enemies is nice, it’s annoying that you can’t just fire without picking a spot — you have to go through the “right trigger to aim, hold it down, press A to fire” dance every time. Additionally, the fact that you can’t fire when using the clean scope is amazingly frustrating.
    If you really really like the survival horror genre, you could do worse than this, I suppose. But for the casual fan like me, it’s probably better to wait for Code Veronica. As it is, I’m trying to choose whether I must sell my copy before or after I end it.

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  3. 4 of 5 people found the following assess helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    I must have just waited for Resident Evil, Development 15, 2000
    By A Customer
    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:2.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This assess is from: Carrier (Record Game)
    First off, the game spends too much time back tracking as a replacement for of killing off mutants. There are times everywhere I find myself spending more time looking at the map of the ship trying to figure out everywhere I have to go rather than really playing the game. Secondly, the camera angles unquestionably, positively SUCK! More than half of the time when trying to kill off the enemy you can’t see them. Furthermore, even when you’re walking or in succession you not able to see what’s in front of you. After a while it gets ancient and frustrating. But, the game has fantastic graphics and signal. But even with that it still isn’t enough to make up for the lack of lasting appeal. Also, the game is pretty hard to play if you don’t have a manual or a walk through guide. There are so many things that you would not even reckon of doing that you must do in order to complete a level. I would suggest that you either rent this game first or borrow it from a supporter before you choose to buy it.

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