@Carnifex; Did Legends of Amberland stay difficult to the end and what about loot progression. I was gob-stomping everything by level 20 when I last tried it and hadn't found a new piece of loot in 5 or 6 levels.
- Oct 18, 2006
What's the verdict on keyboard / mouse vs. controller. I have both. I started with controller last night but was struggling to aim guns and also to drive the car. The car driving was downright ridiculous. I could only go zero or 100 mph and was crashing into everything. It was comical. Maybe keyboard / mouse is better?
What's the verdict on difficulty level? I'm thinking hard or very hard.
For character creation, it seems you have to make a decision on one of three high level build types - strong healthy fighter type, smart tech hacker type, or stealthy ninja type. Is that generally correct?
Backstory? Without spoilers, just curious if one backstory has emerged from the three as a fan favorite.
I played GTA V with mouse and keyboard for running around and steering wheel and pedals for the driving. It required a mod, but I really liked it.
If that it possible in CP2077 I'll do it that way, when I eventually get around to playing it.
I just looked it up on steam. Is it fair to compare the story with a very good choose your own adventure book?Apart from Heaven's Vault, which is an incredibly deep game, despite its rather cartoony graphics, almost worthy of Indiana Jones, I guess ! -
- well, apart from that I fired up the "Talkie Version" of Indy Jones 4 today. You know "Indiana Jones And The Fate Of Atlantis", a game that drawn one deeper and deeper and deeper in ... Which is a rarity with modern games : To be able to hook one into without any action !
That "Talkie Version" was never released here in Germany. All we got was a translated German-language version - but that was good enough to draw one into the game !
So ... I think I'll play that game with real voices for the very first time in my life ... And I think that I'll have lots of fun with it again !
That and "Heaven's Vault" ... I think that game is slowly climbing up into being one of the deepest stories I've ever played ...
That's what I'm playing now ... apart from getting back to full health after 2 weeks which had been not very good for me ...
It was really cool to drive with one hand and aim the gun with the mouse.I have tried that once with another game, but it was really awkward to get over the wheel to reach the keyboard. Wheels add a lot to good racing games thanks to the FFB, but for games like that it's just too cumbersome for me, even if the handling is better than with a controller.
I just looked it up on steam. Is it fair to compare the story with a very good choose your own adventure book?
As someone who actually enjoyed Skyrim and who thought Fallout 3 was somewhat okay (it was at least somewhat consistent with the lore of F1/2) - I can't see how they could produce a game like Fallout 4. It is a whole load of ideas thrown together (survival, crafting, settlement building etc) and it really doesn't work as a whole.
I don't disagree with everything you say, but I'm surprised you hate FO4 this much but somehow think FO3 was ok.
FO3 suffers from all the same things except the settlement building obviously since it doesn't have it. Overall, I thought FO4 was on par or a little better than FO3 in most ways.
At least in FO3 you weren't wearing Power Armour in 20 minutes of normal playtime and you weren't "upgrading" laser weapons because of course the VD is a master engineer who knows better than the scientists who originally created the weapons.