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You buying it brahs?

Yes 394 58.54%
 
No 213 31.65%
 
Fuck no, will be buying t... 66 9.81%
 
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Probably not. It's a somewhat unique story concept, but doesn't really stand out to me in any way as a game. By the time I get a PS4 I'll likely have forgotten it exists. Even if not, there will be a lot of games to get through just on the PS4 before I get to this one.



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No, because the same Action-Shooter Game Stuff like Assassins Creed, Far Cry and so on. All the same, no diversity. I want inovations not always the same.



Of course I will, the game looks fantastic. I find the steampunk setting quite intriguing and that is the main thing driving my purchase - theme and atmosphere. Of course it goes without saying that I won't be paying full price. I'm a patient man and this one looks set to sink like a stone. I figure I'll pick it up on Black Friday, presumably for 20 dollars. Seems a fair price for what I anticipate to be a pleasantly amusing diversion. It's the very rare game indeed that merits a day one buy.



tokilamockingbrd said:
Ultrashroomz said:
Nope.

I'm much more interested in Bloodborne.


so you can only get one game(I understand if it is a more money related thing)? The order would in no way interfere with you playing bloodborne as you would like beat the order before the end of the month.

Yeah, it pretty much is a money related thing. I can only buy so many games, ya know?



People actually buying that?

Well of course.........those "type of games" always sell millions and millions.....



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Ultrashroomz said:
tokilamockingbrd said:


so you can only get one game(I understand if it is a more money related thing)? The order would in no way interfere with you playing bloodborne as you would like beat the order before the end of the month.

Yeah, it pretty much is a money related thing. I can only buy so many games, ya know?

ya, I got you I used to be in the same boat. I have alot of freedom these days but 10-15 years ago each purchases for one game meant I was not getting another. Now I just buy whatever I want ; ).



psn- tokila

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LudicrousSpeed said:
artur-fernand said:
LudicrousSpeed said:

From the guy who uploaded the play through everyone is discussing.

He says:

5.5 hours to finish (was his first time, did not do a "speed run". You can see him dying and doing a little exploring in the videos)
3 of those are apparently cut scenes
1 of those are QTE's
That leaves 1.5 hours of actually playing the game, which I rounded up since he's going off memory and might be off a little.

It's bizarre. This game was in development for four or five years and they produce a title with around 2 hours of real gameplay apparently. Honestly makes me wonder what others could possibly be doing to be taking 9-12 hours on their playthroughs without even collecting everything.


But it's rather strange no? Most people agree on the 10 hours playtime, but then there's this one guy who've beaten it in 5 hours. I really haven't see this playthrough, so I wouldn't know, but I find it rather odd.

Regardless, this game will be DESTROYED by critics anyway. It's linear, there's no multiplayer, it's a cinematic/story-drive shooter... with their mentality today, I can see a metascore on the 60s. I'll probably like the game though.

It is strange. He could be remembering times wrong. But I am inclined to believe him over what anyone else says, until those anyone else upload their own videos.

I'm playing it this weekend, will let you know how long it takes me :)



Making an indie game : Dead of Day!

Like ryse, order 1886 will be entertaining eye candy where the story is good enough to capture your interest.