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Find a vaccine for your infected friend before the time runs out, but be aware your friend will relapse sooner or later and you will have to find a new vaccine in a new randomly rebuilt house. Will you be able uncover the mystery to save your friend once and for all!?

Vaccine is a new approach on Survival Horrors inspired by those of the 90s. You can choose between the two members of a special bio-hazard rapid response team, each starting with their own unique differential abilities. They are trapped in a strange house populated by dangerous mutated creatures, they will have to find a vaccine for another team member who is infected with a deadly virus.

Unless you uncover the mystery of the house, every time you bring back the vaccine, the infected team member will relapse and you will be presented with a new randomly rebuilt house. You will be able to gain experience points from different actions and use them on the skills you think will be more beneficial, bringing a more tactical approach compared to the games it takes inspiration from. 1075eedd30



Title: Vaccine
Genre: Action
Developer:
RNC
Publisher:
RNC
Release Date: 21 Feb, 2017


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows XP Service Pack 3 (32 bits)
  • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2,6 GHz/AMD Dual-Core Athlon 3,0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: SM 3.0 - 512 MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 500 MB available space

English,French,German



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I know I just bought the game but I already own it on Wii U AND PS4 because the developer is awesome. This is a ONE PERSON DEVELOPING TEAM....ONE GUY MADE THIS! If you love classic, original Resident Evil with a mix of Rogue Like gameplay, then this is for you! This game ain't easy and be prepared for a LOT of deaths lol You can be lucky and not find an enemy for ages and when you least expect it, the creepy crawler dudes kill you! :@ haha BUY BUY BUY!!!! Highly recommend you also check out FreezeME too :D. If you played PlayStation in the 90's, the tanky controls and slightly unresponsive input will almost compliment the
nostalgic, yet muddy visuals (reminiscent of Resident Evil, Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, etc.).

'Vaccine' wraps an interesting puzzle mystery inside a rouge-like survival horror experience that encourages tight resource management and exploration. The mystery of the game's story reveals itself through documents scattered around the house; some containing useful information, others providing background on what's going on. The leveling system doesn't carry from game to game, but will allow you to have more of a fighting chance the longer you survive in a single game.

The procedurally generated "quantum" nature of the house can cause it to skew a little on the unfair side sometimes, with some games ending way too quickly due to a hard enemy spawning early when the player hasn't had a chance to level or find weapons\/items (ammo's pretty scarce, too, by the way). However, when it works it serves well to keep the game fresh with each playthrough being tense, thanks in part to the tension building music, cinematic (yet occasionally obscuring) fixed camera angles, and inability to predict what will be behind the next door, all while a thirty-minute timer counts down above you.

I'd recommend 'Vaccine' to fans of classic survival horror games, especially at a sale price. A great game to kill half an hour with.. This is a game that many will want to enjoy, but the truth is that we've been vaccinated by far better options for the price point of this title. While the artistic choice to have this look very similar to the Playstation-era Resident Evils is a nice call, it lacks many of the key gameplay elements that helped define the series as one of the heavy hitters of the late 90s, including, but not limited to:

No map function
No 180 turn
Unable to manually reload in menu
No auto-aim
Death is a complete reset (no saves)
Unable to customize controls

What this leaves is a game that takes too much from the inspiration to the point of imitation, while emulating all the flaws that have been removed with newer releases in the Resident Evil series. I'm quick to forgive limitations of older Resident Evil-style games due to them being made over two decades into the past, but this game has no excuse to fall victim to the same issues.

And let's talk about the RNG, since that's important for gameplay in this title. You can have scenarios of giant four-way rooms that can lead to halls into more four-way rooms, only to lead to either walking into a new camera angle to instantly be mauled by an enemy, or waste several minutes just to land into a corridor with a broken door to greet you. At the start of the game, it doesn't hurt too much, outside of wasting ammo, but from night four onwards where they lower you to 10 minutes and remove 30 seconds each successful run, that kind of RNG can be life or death. Coupled with randomly generated keys strung throughout the map for certain doors, it turns what should be a test of a player's skill into a dice roll if one can continue onward and unlock the true ending, which takes nine successful runs. A reminder that if a player fails due to time or death, they are stripped of all items \/ levels \/ progress and begin back at the first run with 30 minutes, which is enough to cause most players to shelve the game.

In regards to controls, it takes inspiration from Code Veronica, where it is partly still images with a few full 3D segments, but it doesn't have the digital controls to manuver like CV and beyond brought to Classic Resident Evil. This means cumbersome tank controls for the sake of tank controls, where some rooms have 3+ angles to disorient a player. This can cause a player to accidentally run into enemies they are trying to escape from, which can lead to a failed run.

There's a puzzle with laser beams, but it seems that if one just places dots in a diagonal line, it auto-wins. I've yet to encounter any additional puzzles, nor see others streaming the game encounter such things. These laser boxes are discussed in random notes in RE fashion and tie into the true ending requirement.

The worst part of the game is the level system, since one would think it would encourage players to replay the game, since they can only grow stronger, but it's poorly implemented. After increasing Aim and another ability, the knife allows the player to suddenly fight like they're Kenshiro from Fists of the North Star with how damaging and how fast they swing the knife. The entire time they're swinging, they gain massive exp due to the risk involved, which allows a player to cap out by 4\/9 runs. Due to levels capping at 10, this removes incentive to fight from that point onwards, and makes it more clear with the timer that what should be a rewarding gameplay element is just there to stall you for the timer. And by that point, if a regular enemy gets in your way, you can knife them down in seconds. I feel that if the level system carried over upon death, and had a higher cap to keep players engaged, it would make the game better overall.

Translation is bad as well, since it will say "you picked up 9mm gun" and then it's really just ammo. Letters and other things will have errors, like repel will cover your "small", and Luck stat doesn't explain what it does.

The last thing I want to touch upon is the menu, since it is horrible. I have a hard time figuring out what I have selected due to color choices used for the cursor, and find myself having to rely upon the text descriptions to accurately relay what I'm highlighting. Use something bright like green to show what is picked, as opposed to a very light brown that blends in. I also dislike that the health is a set value that blends into the menu, despite Resident Evil having the health conditions and other things to make it obvious all players. I'm an idiot and did not expect the 50 health to actually be 50 health, though I connected the limping animation to dangerously low as in Resident Evil titles. Also, it misleads with gun clip as the ammo icon, when it means to show bullets. RE used ammo boxes for this reason, since a clip usually means a full refill, while the ammo boxes had a specific count. Imagine my horror when I found out I didn't have 14 clips of full ammo due to RNG, but only 14 shots when I ran out of bullets in a filled room.

I will gladly update this review if the game is updated, but as it stands, it succeeded in making a 1996 game in 2017, which is not what I expected. I would like a map function at the very least that fills in as I explore, and would love options for things like auto-aim (or tie it to aim level) and things like quick turn \/ digital controls (or again, tie them to levels), and would love for some kind of save or progression system. I feel that these can be accomplished through patching over time, and create a better game as a result.

And one last thing, since I may as well ask for a pony that can fly, but difficulty levels like Resident Evil would be welcomed, with perhaps a beginner \/ casual that removes the timer element, and the current game being expert \/ extreme. There's lots of promise, and I'd love to see this game reach other players as something fun and enjoyable.. I really appreciate the graphics and overall nostalgic throwback to resident evil games, and that's what i bought it for, but it pains me to say, that it's completelly dull and just not fun at all, and after just these 30 minutes I know I won't be playing this anymore. I hope the developers actually reads this because I actually want something like this, but done better. I would love to see any game with fixed camera angles, with a survival horror theme. I thought that the roguelite elements like permadeath and procedural generation would enrich this, but it did not for me.

The game is playable, it works well and I can see the love poured in it. It's highly stylized for a PS1 game. It beautifully mirrors the style of Resident Evil 1 both in visuals and controls. You can have some fun with it, but believe me - I'm a huge fan of classic RE games and Vaccine let me down.

I think it would actually work better if it were a linear adventure, with everything handcrafted as beautifully as these backgrounds. The game itself right now feels like an unfinished minigame for this non-existent Story mode.

Procedural generation of rooms kinda works fine, but the repetetivness kicks in fast, and the lack of any kind of a map gets confusing, especially when you have identical rooms generated in one run. Random enemy placement is actually fun and I like it. It would work in a linear adventure and it also works here. RE1 had a few different monsters and it was okay. Here this variety is a necessity if you wish for it to be an engaging roguelite game. Maybe take a hint from Raid mode in RE:Revelations 2 where there are maybe 10-20 different monsters, but they have many different and interesting modifiers to them.

Also the monsters in vaccine are really unfair. Zombies are okay, bats are pushovers, but these crawlers are insanely strong to the point where the moment they appear, I know it's a game over. Hunters in RE1 were also very dangerous, but you could ooutrun them somehow, and blowing a shotgun actually knocked them over for a brief moment giving the player a chance at fighting them. Here you just wish you manage to kill them before they kill you.

And then there are the controls. DOn't get me wrong - I like tank controls. I to this day play the classic RE sometimes. But here the controls feel wild, unresponsive and unpredictable. also there should be a larger margin of error when picking up weapons. It feels as if you have to be in an exact spot to pick the item up.

So again: I hope you are listening devs. I hope you maybe polish this one up, change it, or move alogn to a new project entirely. And I want you to succeed. I want to see something like this. But maybe try going with a Linear story but add a mode like this as a bonus? And flesh it out more. Add variety, add incentive to do just one more run. Maybe look at Raid Mode in revelations and don't go the roguelite route and instead do short missions with random drops. Whatever you do, I hope I will see something from you guys in the future. I'm rooting for you, I really do.. It took me 3.3 hours to solve the mystery \/ get the achievement for that.

This game had its moments. It was very short, but money isn't a factor to me, so I don't measure value by dollar\/hour. It simulated the old PS1 graphics pretty well, and it got a bit intense towards the end, when the clock became a real factor and the music ramped up. The underlying sci-fi premise was a neat enough concept, and it was very cool when you saw yourself and the other player character as zombies<\/span><\/span>.

However, there are a ton of problems with it - so many that it is barely a game. So, I had to give it a negative rating in the end.

The number one issue is content. There is barely any content in this game. There are 4 enemy types - zombies, crawlers, rats, and bats - and then a "boss" type, all extremely primitive in design with nothing really going for them other than following the player. There's not a lot of room variety and you will often see the same handful of rooms several times in one play-through. There are only 3 guns, a knife, and proximity mines for weapons (from what I could find). There is hardly an intro and barely an ending scene and no cinematics or other story-related scenes for the rest of the game (story is executed through notes and it is very bare-bones). Overall, the lack of content is so severe that this alone makes it barely a game, and more of a pre-alpha demo.

I found certain aspects of the mechanics terrible. I didn't like that there was no quick turn and that pretty often enemies were positioned so that they could get cheap shots in on you when the camera perspective changed. The camera perspective didn't work very well in larger rooms; from one angle, you'd see an enemy, but at another angle the enemy would vanish, even if that new angle still showed the same space in the room. When you get hit, for some reason your character faces the enemy sometimes, and enemies damage you just by walking into them, so very often you were prone to getting hit multiple times due to the game's archaic tank controls. The menu was a bit awkward to navigate because of the sloppy design. Also, I REALLY would have liked to be able to hide certain elements of the UI, namely the XP and fatigue meters over your head.

Room design needs improvement. Most rooms are overly large and empty. They don't have to be so spacious. They should also look a lot better - even if he is attempting to simulate PS1 graphics, the old Resident Evil games had far more detailed environments. This game felt somewhere between Resident Evil 1 and the original Alone in the Dark, which gave it a nice vibe at times, but overall it just feels cheap. And, while I understand that procedural generation is a key part of this game's replayability, I am not a huge fan of it - there needs to be a lot of pre-generated content and more stunning set pieces in the mix for me to enjoy it for longer periods, because otherwise the level design feels scattered, lazy, and repetitive. One of the best aspects of the old Resident Evil games was their stunning set pieces and hand-crafted angles which this game completely lacks due to procedural generation.

Also, this game needed proofreading \/ proper editing. The text in the game is riddled with typos and it is very clear the developer is not a native English speaker. There's not much text in the game overall, so this probably could have been done using a freelancer and a shoestring budget. The presentation of the game was weak to begin with, and the poorly written notes made it even worse. And like Jim Sterling points out, the name Vaccine doesn't really make sense - that's not how vaccines work.

That said, I would love to see the developer continue using this engine that he created to create a sequel that has far more content, more enemies, better combat, more puzzles, and is just more of a real, full game. I would definitely play it. The game has something going for it, but it needs way more fine tuning first. Only play this game if you absolutely need to play a new game that is mechanically similar to Resident Evil 1, regardless of how thin those similarities are.. I know I just bought the game but I already own it on Wii U AND PS4 because the developer is awesome. This is a ONE PERSON DEVELOPING TEAM....ONE GUY MADE THIS! If you love classic, original Resident Evil with a mix of Rogue Like gameplay, then this is for you! This game ain't easy and be prepared for a LOT of deaths lol You can be lucky and not find an enemy for ages and when you least expect it, the creepy crawler dudes kill you! :@ haha BUY BUY BUY!!!! Highly recommend you also check out FreezeME too :D. I find this game kind of charmingly bad, but it's still bad.

Survival horror classic tank control roguelike with:
- More awkward tank controls than even genre-norm
- Absolutely no sound effects for enemies thus partially missing the point of RE's fixed camera angles
- Pretty shoddy balancing
- Fairly unnuanced combat
- You can get screwed pretty fast by just encountering the wrong enemies too early
- Doesn't have a lot of content or variety
- Game doesn't explain its own mechanics well

However, you can knife everything to death like you're a character in Fist Of The North Star if you get rolling enough to level up and the writing is like, adorably typo-riddled.

I find it kind of charming in its neverending naffness, but I don't think this is a game for most people.. It took me 3.3 hours to solve the mystery \/ get the achievement for that.

This game had its moments. It was very short, but money isn't a factor to me, so I don't measure value by dollar\/hour. It simulated the old PS1 graphics pretty well, and it got a bit intense towards the end, when the clock became a real factor and the music ramped up. The underlying sci-fi premise was a neat enough concept, and it was very cool when you saw yourself and the other player character as zombies<\/span><\/span>.

However, there are a ton of problems with it - so many that it is barely a game. So, I had to give it a negative rating in the end.

The number one issue is content. There is barely any content in this game. There are 4 enemy types - zombies, crawlers, rats, and bats - and then a "boss" type, all extremely primitive in design with nothing really going for them other than following the player. There's not a lot of room variety and you will often see the same handful of rooms several times in one play-through. There are only 3 guns, a knife, and proximity mines for weapons (from what I could find). There is hardly an intro and barely an ending scene and no cinematics or other story-related scenes for the rest of the game (story is executed through notes and it is very bare-bones). Overall, the lack of content is so severe that this alone makes it barely a game, and more of a pre-alpha demo.

I found certain aspects of the mechanics terrible. I didn't like that there was no quick turn and that pretty often enemies were positioned so that they could get cheap shots in on you when the camera perspective changed. The camera perspective didn't work very well in larger rooms; from one angle, you'd see an enemy, but at another angle the enemy would vanish, even if that new angle still showed the same space in the room. When you get hit, for some reason your character faces the enemy sometimes, and enemies damage you just by walking into them, so very often you were prone to getting hit multiple times due to the game's archaic tank controls. The menu was a bit awkward to navigate because of the sloppy design. Also, I REALLY would have liked to be able to hide certain elements of the UI, namely the XP and fatigue meters over your head.

Room design needs improvement. Most rooms are overly large and empty. They don't have to be so spacious. They should also look a lot better - even if he is attempting to simulate PS1 graphics, the old Resident Evil games had far more detailed environments. This game felt somewhere between Resident Evil 1 and the original Alone in the Dark, which gave it a nice vibe at times, but overall it just feels cheap. And, while I understand that procedural generation is a key part of this game's replayability, I am not a huge fan of it - there needs to be a lot of pre-generated content and more stunning set pieces in the mix for me to enjoy it for longer periods, because otherwise the level design feels scattered, lazy, and repetitive. One of the best aspects of the old Resident Evil games was their stunning set pieces and hand-crafted angles which this game completely lacks due to procedural generation.

Also, this game needed proofreading \/ proper editing. The text in the game is riddled with typos and it is very clear the developer is not a native English speaker. There's not much text in the game overall, so this probably could have been done using a freelancer and a shoestring budget. The presentation of the game was weak to begin with, and the poorly written notes made it even worse. And like Jim Sterling points out, the name Vaccine doesn't really make sense - that's not how vaccines work.

That said, I would love to see the developer continue using this engine that he created to create a sequel that has far more content, more enemies, better combat, more puzzles, and is just more of a real, full game. I would definitely play it. The game has something going for it, but it needs way more fine tuning first. Only play this game if you absolutely need to play a new game that is mechanically similar to Resident Evil 1, regardless of how thin those similarities are.. I find this game kind of charmingly bad, but it's still bad.

Survival horror classic tank control roguelike with:
- More awkward tank controls than even genre-norm
- Absolutely no sound effects for enemies thus partially missing the point of RE's fixed camera angles
- Pretty shoddy balancing
- Fairly unnuanced combat
- You can get screwed pretty fast by just encountering the wrong enemies too early
- Doesn't have a lot of content or variety
- Game doesn't explain its own mechanics well

However, you can knife everything to death like you're a character in Fist Of The North Star if you get rolling enough to level up and the writing is like, adorably typo-riddled.

I find it kind of charming in its neverending naffness, but I don't think this is a game for most people.. If you played PlayStation in the 90's, the tanky controls and slightly unresponsive input will almost compliment the
nostalgic, yet muddy visuals (reminiscent of Resident Evil, Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, etc.).

'Vaccine' wraps an interesting puzzle mystery inside a rouge-like survival horror experience that encourages tight resource management and exploration. The mystery of the game's story reveals itself through documents scattered around the house; some containing useful information, others providing background on what's going on. The leveling system doesn't carry from game to game, but will allow you to have more of a fighting chance the longer you survive in a single game.

The procedurally generated "quantum" nature of the house can cause it to skew a little on the unfair side sometimes, with some games ending way too quickly due to a hard enemy spawning early when the player hasn't had a chance to level or find weapons\/items (ammo's pretty scarce, too, by the way). However, when it works it serves well to keep the game fresh with each playthrough being tense, thanks in part to the tension building music, cinematic (yet occasionally obscuring) fixed camera angles, and inability to predict what will be behind the next door, all while a thirty-minute timer counts down above you.

I'd recommend 'Vaccine' to fans of classic survival horror games, especially at a sale price. A great game to kill half an hour with.



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