Публикувани: 5 март
A real gem in the rough, While this game has a lot of rough edges and if you do buy it you might want to look up some config or visual modification tools in order to make it work for you the game is well done for the most part. While it may not be as open as some other FPS/RPG games out there it does bring a few good things to the table that others do not have. The enemy models, animations and reaction are very well done, fluid and depending on which faction you're fighting against it might play out differently. NPC interactions are good, and facial animations are very well done making them feel organic at times. The story is a bit rough in places and if you've read anything about this game you will already know that the ending is well not great to say the least. While I do wish there was more to the game then what is offered it was mostly fun while it lasted. The tech in the game world is very nice and refreshing; the in game crafting is rather well done and very quick allowing you to use different items against different enemy types.
the "big picture" of each scene is mind-blowingly beautiful. This game's canyon vistas are the most intensely gorgeous I've ever seen, and I include Skyrim in that list. Even the interior scenes, with their gross 1990s textures are are composed and lit with an obvious hand-crafted touch. Graphically, it's a "don't miss the forest for the trees" kind of situation. Make no mistake though, the art direction and craftsmanship in-game is absolutely phenomenal and despite the blurry textures,
If you can buy/find it on sale like I did when I got it, it’s well worth the money, especially once you tinker with the game engine to make it look/run a little better. It’s far better then anything Gearbox has done to date I can honestly say that, it’s not a boring motionless world with singular friendly/peaceful NPCs, however it is no Fallout 3.