PARIAH RETAIL PATCH V1.03 Update
|Developer:||Digital Extremes, Brainbox Games, HIP Games|
|Platform:||Microsoft Windows, Xbox|
|Release Date:||May 3, 2005|
PARIAH RETAIL PATCH V1.03 Update Summary:
PARIAH RETAIL PATCH V1.03 Update: Pariah is a first-person shooter video game, developed by Brainbox Games, HIP Games and Digital Extremes. It was released on May 3, 2005 for Microsoft Windows and Xbox. It uses a modified version of the Unreal engine and the Havok physics engine. Pariah received mixed reviews from critics.
Pariah features standard first-person shooter gameplay, largely influenced by the Unreal franchise, particularly Unreal 2 (whose game engine Pariah is based on). The single-player and multi-player game feature drivable vehicles that may be used in combat. The game’s most remarkable feature is the use of collectible Weapon Energy Cores with which to upgrade the player’s weapons, giving them additional features and greater power. Each weapon in the game can be upgraded a total of 3 times.
PARIAH RETAIL PATCH V1.03 Update:
- when resuming a saved game in which the player died before the game was saved.
- After this patch is applied, a save game in which the player has died is ignored and the player restarts at the beginning of the level in which the player died along with the player’s weapon loadout at the time of death
- when the sniper rifle enhanced vision mode is selected. The game will no longer crash however it should be noted that the enhanced vision mode won’t be available on such systems
- Fixed a crash that sometimes occurred when pressing the Apply button in some of the settings menus. The crash dialog would contain something like
- added UCC-server.exe application. This is a version of UCC.exe that only understands the server, compress and decompress arguments. It does not require that the Pariah CD1 disk be inserted for it to run. UCC-server.exe can be used to start dedicated servers.