Game to come closest yet to The Road, really nails the survival element. And no it is not purely linear, you have a lot of freedom Excellent! And no it is not purely linear, you have a lot of freedom within places and particularly in the centre of town using the overhead railways as a starting point. It could have been made a bit easier and a few more checkpoints, but that's the only fault I can think of. The way it presents the horror and grimness of immediate post apocalyptic life where someone's life is worth a couple of bullets is quite unique.
I really liked the ideas behind the game, especially the mechanics and interacting with the AI enemies -- ie scaring ppl away by waving a gun I really liked the ideas behind the game, especially the mechanics and interacting with the AI enemies -- ie scaring ppl away by waving a gun around.
The execution of said ideas is what really let it down. Combat and exploration is very sad. The full gameplay is only a couple of hrs, so you COULD get it anyway and just suck it up when dealing with the auto-aim-adjust nonsense, the target swap nonsense, and more. Nonsense combat, that is. Case in point; In the tutorial, it told the protag to point the gun and scare a thug into surrendering.
After that, pressing E would knock him out pretty quick - no cutscenes - no struggles. From then on though, this trick never works again because the E will trigger a struggle cutscene of mouse mashing. This means it is crap against multiple enemies.
What is the game doing? The worst by far is aim-assist though. You may have seen it before. In Borderlands 1, this feature is automatically turned on. It's impossible to headshot someone with the feature on. Besides combat, you have climbing and resource management. The best things about this game is its environment.
It's done a great job of that. Though if you wanted that kind of feel, Alan Wake does an equally good job too. With less GPU bugs. It's a good idea that never delivered. Not worth your time and money. May be worth a demo play though, to get a vague concept what they did do well.
Playing the game feels like you are playing it through thick gloves. The controls are very clunky, every action is simple button-smashing Playing the game feels like you are playing it through thick gloves.
The controls are very clunky, every action is simple button-smashing why do I need to ruin my mouse just to open a simple door? There are way too much useless game flow interruptions.
For example these hint boxes that stop the game just to tell you something that is obvious or the game already told you at least 10 times before. And it takes ages until the game gives you back control of your character. The level design is ultra linear, no choices to make. And after climbing up to locations that can only be reached by professional free climbers you will find a gang of people who are waiting for you.
emergrapabil.tk And thanks to the stamina system climbing makes no fun at all. Watch out for that old lady she is a nut case and oh man there just happens to be a med kit on the ground in the middle of the street. How Watch out for that old lady she is a nut case and oh man there just happens to be a med kit on the ground in the middle of the street. How did anyone miss that?? Play Video. I Am Alive Gameplay Trailer.
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