Deep Black: Reloaded for PC
PC - Windows

Deep Black: Reloaded

Apr 18, 2012
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About this game

Developer: Biart
Content Rating: Mature


Players will take to the murky depths armed with a wrath of underwater equipment from specialized underwater suit with jet pack and integrated harpoon and other high tech equipment in pursuit of enemies. With the majority of the game play taking place below the water’s surface, action-adventure fans will need to master new skills to fight hostile enemies and infiltrate enemy bases.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
  • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or Althon X2 2.7 GHz
  • Memory: 1GB
  • Hard Disk Space: 6 GB free hard drive space
  • Video Card: DirectX 9, 10 or 11 compatible NVidia or AMD ATI card. NVidia GeForce 8800 or higher. ATI equivalent. Intel Sandy Bridge and higher
  • Sound: DirectX compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: Utilizes Sixense technology and supports Hydra Razor

Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
Joshua DerocherMay 02, 2012
When it comes down to it, there really isn't anything here to enjoy. It's a collection of repetitive gameplay, bland levels, a horrible story with forgettable characters, and a poor system of checkpoints that forces you to keep replaying sections of the already tedious levels. The overall experience is mind-numbing and frustrating, making it hard to play it for more than 30 minutes at a time without wanting to throw something or burn things.
Jason VenterMar 13, 2012
Deep Black: Reloaded is guilty of a variety of smaller offenses, as well. Those minor issues feel more substantial than they might in another game because here they're complementing what is already exasperating core design. Examples range from a story that is told almost exclusively through dull exchanges of dialogue on radios, to chatty bullet fodder enemies who shout out phrases like "I'm changing a clip!" and "Let's flank him!" when Pierce is the only other person in the vicinity, to over-the-top screams of agony as goons finally fall in a hail of gunfire.
David BrownMar 05, 2012
As previously discussed though, it's not completely horrible at first, just desperately uninspired. It is an independently produced title, so that has to be taken into account, but it's still demanding cash to play it, so that defence only holds for so long. If what you want in a game is to be vaguely bored for an hour or so, only to get increasingly frustrated the longer you persevere, this game's for you.

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