ten_zero wrote:I felt it something looks like Mamoru Oshii's film "JIN-ROH", and message to no more newclear weapons is Raymond Briggs' graphic novel & animation "When the Wind Blows ".
In fact, it's not the only message of S.T.A.L.K.E.R: the main caracter has also lost his memory.
However, there is no video tape in the game with some part of daily life before the Tchernobyl explosion. Only a few informations on a PDA.
Some documentaries, with real pictures from the past are much interesting/realistic about the daily life after and before the explosion.
No, it's a really good video game (a FPS/RPG => First person shooter / Role playing game) about an amnesic guy who becomes a missionary in the Chernobyl city, after the atomic explosion. And because it's a very radioactive place, there are frequently very strange things... (zombies, "anomalies", monsters... you know )
One of the best interest of this game is : all the "NPC" (no playable characters) and the monsters have their "own life". I mean, sometimes there will be many zombie-dogs and sometimes, even if it's the exactly same place (even if you've just lost and load the game to your previous save) : there will be nobody, because the dogs has gone somewhere else... So the game can be totally unpredictable.
John Lennon's poignant line drawings, known to many around the globe, are going to spring to life as they make their animated debut in the upcoming video for the legendary musician's "I'm Losing You" track from the four-CD boxed set The John Lennon Anthology. "I'm Losing You" features Rick Nielsen on guitar and Bun E. Carlos on drums, (from Cheap Trick) and bassist Tony Levin (from King Crimson), each of whom played on the original version of the song with Lennon in 1980. In a playful and whimsical fashion, well known animator David Spafford has extended upon Lennon's original drawings, making them come to life as they float through and interact with the musicians 1998 live performance.