Review: S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl Game Free formerly known as STALKER Oblivion Lost (Russian STALKER Lost oblivion) ??is a computer game in the genre of a first-person shooter developed by the Ukrainian company GSC Game World and published on March 20 2007 in the US and Canada And on 23 March 2007 – in Europe and the CIS 5 6 8.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl Game Overview:
The genre of the game is defined by the manufacturer as “Survival FPS” with elements of RPG it is meant along with elements of a conventional 3D shooter the presence of a constantly hostile environment towards the player which accordingly must significantly complicate the conditions of survival. In addition to achieve the final the player must perform various missions although he is given a certain freedom of choice. The main feature of this series of games are the game locations created on the basis of documentary shootings made in the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
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On March 24 2007 the S.T.L.K.E.R. project took the eighth position in the sales chart for various platforms and the first – among PC games according to the rating of the British organization ELSPA 9. And a year later – on February 12 2008 – information was provided on the circulation of the game 950000 copies on the territory of the CIS and 700 thousand copies in the West.
Ideas of the game world S.T.A.L.K.E.R . The Shadow of Chernobyl are based on the story of the Strugatsky brothers “Picnic on the Roadside” based on her motives for the film “Stalker” directed by Andrei Tarkovsky as well as on the real exclusion zone of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant 11. The developers considered the idea of ??creating a game based on the exclusion zone long before the development of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 12 However the idea of ??creating a product based on a mixture of “Picnic on the Roadside” stalker and alienation zone arose on the eve of the second official announcement of the game in March 2002.
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