Blair Witch Volume 1 - Rustin Parr (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Take 2 PC games
Description:"This is the first in the Blair Witch series of games, developed by Terminal Reality and published by G.O.D. The game ... more
Blair Witch Volume 1 - Rustin Parr (PC) ... is based on the film of the same name in that it revolves around the child murderer Rustin Parr. It is also an unofficial sequel of sorts to Nocturne casting you in the role of Elspeth "Doc" Holliday."
Newest Review: ... premise revolves around the murderer, Rustin Parr, who is mentioned in the films as the person who murdered hundreds of kids ... more
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Customer Blair Witch Volume 1 - Rustin Parr (PC) Reviews (8)
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 1 readings)
Great and hugely influential though the film The Blair Witch Project might be, that doesn't mean that I'm going to let a tawdry video game adaptation off the hook as a result. This, the beginning of a trilogy, doesn't exactly set a good precedent for the others, but in retrospect, depressingly, it is probably the best of the bunch. The premise revolves around the murderer, Rustin Parr, who is mentioned in the films as the person who murdered hundreds of kids in a secluded area of Burkitsville, Maryland in the 1900s. You are investigating the legend of Parr, and along the way, are assailed by numerous grotesque monsters, while combining this with heavy puzzle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/00, updated on 12/12/00 (Very useful, 27 readings)
The question, when these games were first announced, was how? How can you make a game about three students getting lost in some woods? It doesn't make for some action packed gameplay. The answer was to go back in time. Volume 1 is the earliest of the three games in which you take the role of Elspeth Holliday, an investigator for Spookhouse, who has been asked to investigate the killings of Rustin Parr in the town of Burkitsville. Thus begins a happy four days of asking questions, uncovering secrets and going into the woods. This is an adventure game but it has its limits. There are not that many puzzles to solve and you only really need to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/00, updated on 27/06/01 (Very useful, 63 readings)
It 's amazing how quickly people cash in on a successful movie now days. Some games are directly linked into the whole marketing ploy of the film industry. With a lot of tie in games being developed at the same time the movie is being edited and processed. With the arrival of the Tomb Raider movie the process may have been reserved but the many tentacles of Hollywood have now firmly got their grip on the computer games industry. Which maded the arrival of a series of games based on the Blair Witch Project all that more unexpected, especially since the original Blair Witch film was made outside the normal Hollywood/ Big Business system. Well someone thought ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/02, updated on 22/01/02 (Useful, 38 readings)
I really enjoyed the Blair witch project films so when I spotted the game in my local electronics boutique I was over the moon, so I went ahead and bought it, I wasn’t disappointed. Rustin Parr is the first in a series of three games that delve into the unanswered questions surrounding the myth of the Blair witch. The game is set in 1941, and you play the role of a government special investigator called Doc Holliday and you have to battle against the ancient evil that drove a hermit named Rustin Parr into abducting and murdering seven children in the town of Burkittsville in Maryland. On your travels you will interact with terror stricken ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/00, updated on 20/11/00 (Useful, 46 readings)
Released in October of 2000, this game had great potentional. It was based on the mega hit film the Blair Witch Project and had the potentional to do great things. However, the subject matter itself was not one that could be easily turned into a came and as a result, it appears the publishers/ developers have taken the easy way out and made a game that rely could be based on any horror film/game and suffers as a result - you just don't care what happens to your charachter and it quickly bores you. The graphics are functional rather than great, based on the superior (but older) Nocturne engine, and on slower spec'd pc's this game chugs about ... Read the complete review
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