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Bethesda have got them using Denuvo, which is annoying, but even still I'm tempted to get it. 

Gives me Bioshock and Dishonored vibes, which is fine by me. 

Will look see if I can find it cheaper than £50 😉

 

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8 minutes ago, phil bottle said:

Bethesda have got them using Denuvo, which is annoying, but even still I'm tempted to get it. 

Gives me Bioshock and Dishonored vibes, which is fine by me. 

Will look see if I can find it cheaper than £50 😉

 

 

£40 from Green Man Gaming if anyone fancies it on PC

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For me it reminds me of XIII tbh! Not like anything we've seen before and I don't think we expected that many high scores. I'll be waiting to hear what you both say. The MP is about more PvP which doesn't excite me, but if someone sees a co-op element that defo let me know.

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Had a bitcof a weird one with this last night. It went live just after midnight and I had it pre-installed. As always, pre-installed doesn't mean it's ready to go. It did a little update and my PC went nuts. The fans went hyper and all my cpu cores were in the 70s. My PC never goes above the 50s. GPU too was getting a work out. It was only a minute but totally freaked me out.

 

Anyway, I jumped on the game quickly to check the shooting, that's make or break with me for some games. Shooting is top notch I must say. As is the voice acting and humour. But I only played very briefly to sort out graphics settings. Happy to report I'm getting 90+ fps on ultra settings😉

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I'm really enjoying the game so far - it's a really well-executed concept and a very smart one at that too. There's not many developers that have the brains or balls to do something like this! I've played about 4 hours so far and completed one full loop/day, so I've seen parts of each location and gathered some useful intel. The game flows really well and you're under no time constraints to explore - you can take some risks by delving deeper into the locations but if you don't have the gear or powers, it's best to just get the key intel to progress the story and try and gather any other useful things before moving on. Exiting the level advances time as you move on to the next with 4 locations and 4 times of day. Anything you miss you can always get on the next loop so there's no concerns about that. 

 

The journal system is also excellent for keeping tabs on stuff and reminding you of things i.e info you've picked up previous which you may need to use at that specific time. I was worried I'd need a notepad or have to remember tones of stuff but it's all laid out really well. The game also reminds you of key narrative points and guides you so you never get lost or overwhelmed. The characters seem really intriguing and fun although the AI is a bit simple and stupid at times. Shooting is great and I can't wait to get my hands on the powers - I managed to get the teleport one from Dishonored for a bit from Juliana before the loop ended and that was a lot of fun and could prove useful but I have to work out how I can retain such things which will no doubt be embedded into the story somewhere down the line. 

 

Performance was a bit iffy at first and some are having a hard time with it but it's not too bad for me thankfully. Could be better tho and screw Denuvo! 

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