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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:49am 28/11/11 | 6 Comments
The AusGamers holiday review roll out continues today with a look in at what Croteam have done with their latest Serious Sam offering.

Serious Sam 3: BFE is a new entry in the series running off the team's new tech, and as NachosJustice explains, it's the shiniest Sam yet. But the series has never been known as a graphics pusher, but rather an industry-wide tongue-in-cheek affair that pokes as much fun at itself as the rest of the gaming world; teaching players to run backwards rather than forwards and to never trust a headless, bomb-for-hands screaming madman.

Click here for the full review. And watch a new trailer for Serious Sam 3: BFE embedded below.

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Latest Comments
Posted 11:01am 28/11/11
Terrible lip syncing
Seeing how the game doesn't take itself too seriously, perhaps it's intended? or is it not that obvious..
Posted 08:18pm 28/11/11
My biggest complaint is that there's f*****g smoke everywhere when killing enemies. Aside from that, lots of fun with friends =D
Posted 08:27pm 28/11/11
Another thing, change the fov. It's 75 by default (or thereabouts). Goto console ( ~ key).


or whatever value you want. Makes a big difference in the feel of the game. It's going to get fixed soon in a patch.

The best way to save your FOV setting is to create a new file named user.cfg in the:
Steam\steamapps\common\serious sam 3\Content\SeriousSam3\Config folder
and put the plr_fFOVOverride = ?? in it.
Posted 10:57pm 28/11/11
is this somehow less viable for single player than the other serious sams? or is this just a personal opinion caused by conditioning to "social" gaming and constant hand holding and QTEs and cutscenes?
Posted 02:29pm 29/11/11
I'm thinking it's still $40 too much
Posted 03:18pm 29/11/11
is this somehow less viable for single player than the other serious sams?

I never really considered any of the serious sam games to be particularly viable for single player, they've always been about the co-op
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