MDK Murder Death Kill Game Review
MDK Murder Death Kill is the rogue-lite version of the classic PC game, which was itself a remake of the much loved, and now old (and pretty rare) 'Nodame', 'Resident Evil', 'Resident Evil Zero' and 'Resident Evil Extreme'. Though, it was well received, the game lacked in a number of areas - most significantly, its level design. While it was good, still, for a time after, it wasn't quite up to par compared to other games.
MDK Murder Death Kill was developed by Shiny Entertainment with assistance from the famous gaming company, Radical Amusement. It was originally ported to Windows by Shokwave, then to Mac OS and later to the PlayStation. It was later published by PIE in North America, by Shiny Entertainment in Europe and by Sega in Japan. It has been praised and ranked highly in several gaming review websites for its use of the Unreal Engine, which powered the popular 'Unreal' game engines of today.
If you want to play this type of game, you'll need to download a program called "uana", which allows you to use a computer's widescreen mode. You can then load up the game and see what all the fuss is about. The action is quite fast-paced and contains very well detailed 2D scenes. Though, as some people say, the control of the game is somewhat awkward, as you have to use both your eyes and motions for playing. Still, the graphics and sound are quite good, though they could be a little overdone.