Serious Sam 4 Review (Steam)
Serious Sam 4 reignites the classic FPS series in a high-powered prequel loaded with an explosive arsenal, intergalactic carnage, and perfectly timed one-liners.
- Decent graphics.
- Download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Controller support.
- Graphics-fullscreen, resolution, graphics API, max 3D rendering MPIX, window mode, multi-sample anti-aliasing, v-sync, rescaling filter, variable rate shading.
- Performance settings-CPU speed, GPU speed, GPU memory, max fps, auto-detect.
- Color settings-color scheme (standard/cold/vivid/grayscale/bright/apocalyptic/noir) brightness, contrast, gamma correction and saturation.
- Blood and gore-on/off but can change the color to red/green/hippie/kids/Halloween.
- Motion sickness settings-mouse sensitivity slider, the field of view slider, view bobbing slider, weapon bobbing slider, and preferred view-first person or third person left shoulder and third-person right shoulder.
- Hud scale can be tweaked with sliders.
- Tobii eye-tracking support.
- Can rebind controls for both keyboard and controller.
- Controller settings-Invert axis and sensitivity sliders, vibration, auto Centre, vertical view snapping, auto-aiming, and look acceleration.
- Two-mode types-single player and Co-op.
- Benchmark option-set duration to 30 seconds, 60 seconds, 2 minutes, or 5 minutes. Then pick individual levels to test.
- Steam workshop support.
- Five difficulties-Tourist, easy, normal, hard, and serious.
- First/third-person shooter gameplay.
- Fast-paced combat.
- End of chapter breakdown of score and performance.
- Pick up ammo/health/armor in the game.
- Save/load when you want.
- open-world style levels.
- Markers to show where to go.
- Small text in menus.
- Can’t change the controller stick layout.
- Long loading times.
- Ugly textures in places.
- Doesn’t play as well in the third person.
- Hard to see interactive elements.
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10