Advent Rising is a 3rd person, action/adventure game presented in a stunning
cinematic format that delivers an unprecedented variety of addictive game
play experiences. Built on the Unreal Warfare Engine, it offers precise,
refined play-dynamics with action-packed adventure and style, wrapped in a
visually imaginative universe. Advent Rising is akin to a fast-paced action
movie where the player is swept up in a continuously evolving series of
sequences and events.
In Advent, a common legend pervades the galaxy that of a powerful, ancient
race that will one day unite the universe. Millions of cultures from vastly
distant worlds revere and hallow these mythological beings, these humans.
The Seekers alone do not share these legends, for they know the truth humans
exist. Threatened by the potential power of these humans, the Seekers are
doing all they can to eradicate them. Under the guise of benevolent
explorers they spread methodically throughout the galaxy, destroying any
human society they unearth. As Gideon Wyeth, a remnant of the last human
outpost, you are about to discover the incredible powers that lay dormant
within you the powers the Seekers are so desperate to suppress.
It seems that with some configurations, people encounter a bug which renders
the game unplayable. The camera rotates around the character as if there is
a button stuck.
Here is the solution:
Click Start>Control Panel and open the System in there (you may have to click
Performance and Maintenance before you can see the System icon if you're
running Control Panel in Category View) and then click Hardware at the top of
the window that comes up and then click Device Manager. Click the plus sign
next to Human Interface Devices in the list of devices and you should see one
or two (maybe more) entries such as 'USB Human Interface Device' or 'Logitech
Virtual Hid Device'. You need to disable one of them by right-clicking it and
choosing Disable from the drop-down list of options.