Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Combatus, 26 Feb 2016.
Just been playing. Have to say a pretty cool game. Love the whole concept of time standing still. Hell, an "FPS" type of game you can play while eating a sandwich in the other hand.. What's not to like?!
I see a lot of complaints about not enough content for the price. How do you feel about this after playing it enough to write the review?
That's the only thing putting me off tbh - £15 for 3 hours campaign and then some challenges is a fairly hefty price per hour when you compare with other games...
no vr support at this point but post cv1 release it is in the works thanks to edzieba
for the link on the infos
This was £17.99 yesterday. Today it's £16.19 or something. Way too much for a three hour game.
I like the look of it and I love the idea, but more like £9.99.
This looks awesome and I loved the web demo, but the price is way too high imo. At a stretch I'd pay £10 for this, probably more like £5-7.
That's exactly what I was thinking price-wise.
Played the web demo as well as the beta version... haven't finished the game yet but I can feel that the difficulty has escalated quite bit. For me since the beta contained till the
punching yourself bit
it did lessen the fun. Since some of the surprises such as
shutting down the terminal/exiting out of the game
has already been experienced.
Although I have yet to finish the game it is a great time waster and worth the money spent.
Looks great, thanks for the review. I'm going to wait until it goes up for sale though.
Apparently this works great in vorpx and dk2...
Will post back, will need to spend a few minutes learning all the FOV and options in Vorpx again since I have not used it for a while since GTA 5 and Arma 3 which I want to get working again.
£17 is a little high but the promise of native VR for all has to be rewarded so to steam I go.... brb if get this uber nice
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