|29 января 2016 г.
- OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1
- Processor: Pentium 4 or better
- Memory: 514 MB RAM
- Graphics: Athlon XP 1.5 Ghz
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 4 GB available space
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Operation: Matriarchy is a science fiction first-person shooter.
In the 24th century mankind has formed itself into the Federation of Earth, and has colonized several other planets. However, around 2350 a mysterious virus ravages the colony planet of Velia, targeting only the females within the population. They are transformed into brutal killing-machines, while the males are enslaved for use as sustenance or as subjects for genetic experiments. Having now evolved into an aggressive hive mind, the Velians turn on the Federation, instigating a brutal war.
The game begins seven years into the conflict, when the player character, Senior Sergeant Paul Armstrong of the Federation, finds himself forced to take on the Velians when they attack his ship.
Reviews about the game
A ripoff. The trailer is different from the game itself. The trailer is March- off world recon. which is a game i played before. But the game itself is Operation Matriarchy which is some mindless crap corridor fps shooter and the resolution doesnt even fit the screen for 1080p. Its cut off so you cant see your health/armor at the bottom or the radar up top that shows objectives. Plus the sound is terrible, and the enemies move like they have lag. I requested a refund... EDIT: Got the refund. Before you buy this look at the other 'Thumbs Up' reviews. most of them are less than 50% helpfull. This game is truely trash.
Music does not work, HUD is being displayed out of the screen, Enemies look uninspired and AI is dumb and even the community patches do not fix any of the issues.
Before you waste your time reading any further, know this: it's bad. It's astonishingly, embarrassingly bad, and I don't understand why it's on Steam. You really shouldn't buy it, and the only reason to read more of this review is to see me detail all the ways that it's bad just so I can cathartically punch down at a product nobody will defend, like when a YouTuber does a review of Birdemic or something. Anyway, with that out of the way, here are my complaints about Operation: Matriarchy. Seemingly every resolution option, even the lowest, squarest, 2005-iest one, cuts out some amount of the HUD, to the point that I couldn't see my health or ammo, or a lot of the menu options. The only way to fix it is to run the game in a tiny window in the middle of the screen, which is a good way to make every PC gamer ever hate your game. Or at least me hate your game. Gameplay-wise, it's an Old-School FPS whose main defining feature is that it crams Serious Sam levels of enemies into Half-Life sized corridors, especially in the first few levels. Have fun doing literally anything, because right after you do the game'll spawn in a ton of monsters in a small room and have them all attack at you at the same time. There's a good chance most of them will be absurd bullet-sponges, too, so the entire game is just one big tedious chore. To top it all off, when they finally do die, they just kinda slump into a ragdoll, instead of doing anything remotely interesting. Adding to the whole theme of the basic gameplay being unfun are the guns, which generally feel shitty and useless. The shotgun in particular is garbage—I mean, when was the last time you saw a shotgun in a video game that was [b] underpowered [/b]? The only halfway decent-feeling one is the minigun, which is lucky 'cause it's also the only viable late-game weapon. Fittingly, the game basically stops giving you ammo for it around this time. To be fair, the game does also give you a superpowered exoskeleton sometimes, just so you can stomp around mashing Fire at things without any danger whatsoever. It's not especially necessary, though, because the game's thankfully not at all hard. Swear to Christ, if it was, I'd be writing this review about a year from now, and it'd be twice as bitter. The plot and characters are basically nonexistent, as you'd expect. There is one fun detail in that the bland-white-guy protagonist has nobody to talk to and thus gives himself all his mission briefings, using information that he's somehow divined from thin air. Also as you'd probably expect from the title, the game strongly gives the impression that the developers have some weird issues with women, what with all the sex monsters who enslave men and wear bikinis for no reason as they shoot at you. The level design fucking sucks, and if it weren’t for the little compass with objectives marked on it, each level would take hours. They’re all designed like mazes, and they reuse assets constantly so half the rooms look exactly the same. Overall, Operation: Matriarchy isn't as offensive on every conceivable level as NAM, but it is equally amateurishly made, and somehow even more embarrassing. Avoid it like the plague.
from russia with love. This game is a nicely made little fps a little bit like doom 3. It plays well and is quite easy to get into. Its addictive and interesting enough if you like fps old skool. I would definately recommend this, it does require some modding which is very simple to do and in the forum all files are available. Its literally pennies...go get it
Resolution doesn't scale properly. I don't think that this game was worth it back in 2005 either, but some people might enjoy it considering its price on sale.