Discussion in 'PC Games' started by Tombstone, 14 Nov 2020.
Maybe not if Julianna kills you? She's never beat me yet but could be that
Yah I just beat julianna and got the slab infused too.
Is it just me or does anyone else get frustrated when they're right at the end of a mission then get owned by the eternalists?
Now I have some slabs infused I may stand more of a chance
Where is the best place to get some residuum ? Obv I know how to get slabs but you need enough residuum to infuse them.
Stupid arse confusing game. Refunded.
It is confusing. Glad it's not just me. I still enjoy it for the most part but I can see it getting annoying in future
Patch downloaded earlier, now I've had my first crash to desktop.
Played a few hours, maybe 5 or so and im not feeling this at all. The gunplay is pretty uninspiring as is the gameplay, hoping it picks up a bit.
Same, I just couldn't gel with it after 4-5 hours. Voice acting and graphics are good etc but I didn't like the gameplay, mechanics or concept. I'm glad I bought PS5 disc version as I wasn't sure if I liked it, so that I could get it refunded, would be gutted if I had played it on downloaded version for PS5 or PC and could't get money back.
I'm gutted. I was so very much looking forward to this game, am a total devotee of the Dishonoured series. Reading some of these comments just makes me think the whole idea of the gameplay is to p**s you off. I know games are suppose to challenge you but god, aren't you supposed to enjoy them as well? Damn..
Game sounds great to me. Just worried about the stutter and performance issues and Denuvo.
Might wait for a patch or two.
Accidently fell in some water and died instantly. That was a surprise.
Do you mean the comments from people who went into the game not understanding the concept in the first place?
Why? The tutorial tells you water kills you.
Don't play as Julianna before you complete the game by the way. You hear one sided conversations at the start and the one I heard was a huge spoiler.
Do you really expect everyone to be doing in-depth research on the entire backstory and all the game mechanics and exactly how it plays prior to purchasing? Surely the trailers should do their job of giving you the basic story and gameplay premise to entice you to buy it, and the game itself should do its job of walking you through the actual in-game mechanics? It sounds like it doesn't so the latter very effectively.
There are a fair number of people who didn't even understand why they were having to redo things when the game is very clear it's timelooped
Where did you buy from mate?
I'd like to try this but not at all sure I'm going to like it so would like the option to return.
Amazon took it back no questions asked.
I'd say it takes about 10 hours before the concept (proper) is revealed
To me 10 hours to be able to start enjoying a game is too much! Once I've lost interested, I've lost interest.
Game looks and sounds great to me.
Only thing I'm worried about is the stuttering some people have reported - is this an issue for many people?
Seems to be almost 50/50 , I've had no stuttering at all
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