User reviews for Midnight Nowhere
5.7 / 10Combined Score
HEADACHE AND FRUSTRATION AT TIMES. PLUS THE COMBINATIONS FOR THE DOORS ARE ON AN AMERICAN KEYBOARD SO THE LETTER Q IS AN A ON A UK KEYBOARD
THIS IS A GOOD GAME TO GET YOUR BRAIN WORKING WORKING TO MUCH AT TIMES
IT CAN BE VERY FRUSTRATING. EXCELLENT GRAPICS AND DETAIL. YES THERE IS SOME BAD LANGUAGE BUT WHO CARE IT MAKES IT MORE INTERESTING AND IT KEEPS YOU ON YOUR TOES.
NOT FOR PEOPLE WITH A WEAK STOMACH AS THE DETAILS CAN BE A BIT GORY AND NOT NICE.
IT IS AN ADDICTIVE GAME AND YOU NEED ALOT A SPARE TIME AND HOURS TO COMPLETE. THE HELP OF THE FORUM IS USEFULL, I ADVISE PEOPLE TO USE IT IF NEEDEDWHERE I FOUND PEOPLE WERE VERY HELPFULL. WITHOUT THIS I MAY HAVE BEEN STUCK FOR QUITE A WHILE.
It keeps you off the street
Well, this game was quite a disappointment. Uninspiring plot (if any), too much useless blood and pornographic images, and the graphics are truly horrible: imagine, our hero Sergey sometimes goes straight through walls! The best graphics glitch however is when Sergey (e.g.) bows over a sink and the body does not move, but only the neck ... which subsequently lifts off the body! or the bit when the head flows freely from left to right on the shoulders. Our hero also walks like an overweight bear with aching feet. And the texts ... I do not know how he speaks in the English version, but in the German version Sergey says many rude and most of all stupid things, speaking with the voice of a wino. And what about those posters hanging on every wall - if this is typical Russian humor (or maybe sense of drama / irony / whatever), then spare me please.
The hotspots are sometimes so very hard to find, especially the...