張貼於：05 月 3 日
I love this game: Telltale at its finest. The story is compelling, the characters & interactions are rich, and the fairy-tale noir setting works better than you could ever imagine. I'm not sure where the notion of the Big Bad Wolf as a damaged noir detective came from, but it's absolutely perfect. Unlike the thoroughly depressing "Walking Dead" games (aka "Unhappiness Simulator 2013"), there's something very affirming and uplifting about these stories, despite a setting full of poverty, violence, addiction and squalor.
Then there's the artwork: fantastic. I often wanted to just pause the game and stare at screenshots. The artwork is beautiful and the pixel shaders they used make it feel like a piece of graphic art brought to life. It strikes exactly the right tone throughout.
The short of it: if you like the kind of interactive storytelling that Telltale does, this is one of the best ever produced in the genre. For those who don't know, Telltale adventures are a bit like Heavy Rain: they're in some ways more of a choose-your-own-adventure movie than a "game." It's really a combination of quicktime events and time-limited dialog choices that drive the story. I'd describe it as halfway between watching a great TV drama and playing a video game.
One tip: if you have powerful enough GPU, this game looks much better with full-screen supersampling. The built-in FXAA does a reasonable job, but there's lots of repeated lines, stark lighting and camera movement, which can bring out FXAA's weaknesses. (TXAA seems like a good fit for this game, but it's not supported.)
With NVIDIA hardware, you can find the settings to supersample almost any game at http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=357956.
(Make sure to follow the links off to the right: there is typically additional information and setting recommendations that my be helpful, including a useful recommendation to use AFR2 SLI rendering in this game.) You probably want turn off the in-game anti-aliasing if you're doing supersampling, except maybe if you're just doing 2x SGSSAA.
If you don't have the hardware to do full-screen supersampling, the game is still absolutely gorgeous without it, so don't let this scare you off playing it.