3D Live Snooker Review

Not quite what i was expecting...

Submitted by Skii on Wed, 2011-09-07 21:50.
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The lowest price: 29$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
*Realistic. *Accurate. * Different modes (Not many people appreciate this option and just want to play, but it made a big difference to me).
*Over Priced. *Bit Sketchy. *Way too slow on network.

As a pro Snooker player i was quite disappointed with how the developers of this game come up with the idea, besides the 2 different game modes, the game is literally just what it is, Snooker and that's all, no fun trick-shots, no freedom in how you control and interact with the Objects, just pure nothingness. I brought the game Twice (One for me and one for my brother to play on network) and i was also shocked at the errors and the faults that kept occurring, we were sat right next to each other with our computers side by side and yet it had taken 20-25 seconds to respond from one screen to another.

The graphics were quite simple and i believe they could of just rounded of certain polygons and shaded them in a little clearer, i mean, it wouldn't kill you to include a white flash when the ball white ball has been hit or a cool sound effect when a ball has been sunk or maybe just a trail, where the ball has traveled. It's just the little things that this game is slacking.

I understand that everyone has to make a living and all, but $60 for me and my brother to play was a little over the top, Especially when you can get the equivalent game for free on any flash website.


Overall i think this game has some potential, a bit cliche but still has potential, i think the price needs to reduced by at least third and maybe it might attract more custom.