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Reply #70 on: August 27, 2016, 01:03:30 AM

Driver version is way old.
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Reply #71 on: August 27, 2016, 01:12:21 AM

Hmm updating my journal.
I'm hating the amount of unskippable shit. Ugh.
I don't see why I gotta rewatch the same shit when I replay the game.

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Reply #72 on: August 27, 2016, 03:30:10 AM

I didn't enjoy the tutorial level much, but once I got out and into Prague proper the game has settled down into what I was hoping for.

The dialogue is fairly wonky, and nobody's speech seems to resemble their facial movements in the slightest, and some of the cutscenes are just a bit too long. But all the vent crawling, wall climbing, sneaking, shooting people with tranquiliser darts stuff is just fab.

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Reply #73 on: August 27, 2016, 07:45:15 AM

I've seen people say that the AA is fubar and should be turned off. Also your drivers are very out of date, like 10+ versions old.

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Reply #74 on: August 27, 2016, 08:56:33 AM

I tried Lowest setting, still shit.
I'm done till I get a new system. Refunding.

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Reply #75 on: August 27, 2016, 10:49:58 AM

RK, here is the rig I'm currently running:



Game runs absolutely smooth, with no lag no matter what I do, at high settings.  You're not that different from me, so odds are its something fucked up on the system itself, not the hardware.

Time to reformat!   awesome, for real

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Reply #76 on: August 28, 2016, 10:05:28 PM

Admittedly, their buddies are apparently so stupid they don't notice Jeff has disappeared. But as I'm not a ninja, I kind of need mooks that are smart enough to notice a dead body or unconscious fellow, but too dumb to count heads.

It must be super frustrating to be a villain in these games.  I imagine Bob Page coming around after an attack to review security just being like "Okay, explain to me again how ONE GUY managed to get through here without any kind of backup or intelligence or anything.  Seriously, we had like thirty or forty guards here armed with millitary grade hardware and backed up with cyborg super soldiers and walking battle robots.  We had a security system with cameras and laser tripwires and apparently gatling gun turrets and even THAT couldn't stop... wait a minute, what's that you're trying to cover up there, Jenkins?  Is that ANOTHER one of those meter square ventilation ducts?  SERIOUSLY?  AGAIN?"
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Reply #77 on: August 29, 2016, 08:20:02 AM

True fact: A/C ducting will not support the weight of a human.

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Reply #78 on: August 29, 2016, 10:28:02 AM

True fact: A/C ducting will not support the weight of a human.

The ducting is augmented.

I mean, it pretty much has to be, seeing as how you have ventilation shafts ending in sealed up basements full of poison gas. Explain that.
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Reply #79 on: August 29, 2016, 11:53:05 AM

True fact: A/C ducting will not support the weight of a human.

I want so badly for there to be a real life story behind this comment.
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Reply #80 on: August 29, 2016, 02:52:04 PM

You say that.

If you review your game board for Yegolev: The Darkening, you will see that my life companion works in construction.  This causes her to automatically succeed on perception rolls against architectural enemies.

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Reply #81 on: August 29, 2016, 02:52:47 PM

I used to say Yegolev: The Home Game but I think that only works on really old people.

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Reply #82 on: August 29, 2016, 08:24:31 PM

True fact: A/C ducting will not support the weight of a human.

Cave Johnson: Attention, test prisoners attempting to escape through the air ducts. I don't know what nonsense you learned on TV, but in real life, air ducts just go to the air conditioning unit. It's also pretty dusty, so if you've got asthma, chances are you're gonna die up there. And we'll be smelling it for weeks because, again, the air ducts aren't a secret escape hatch, they're how we ventilate the facility.
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Reply #83 on: January 13, 2017, 01:33:09 PM

Is this game any good? The opinions in this thread only cover the early levels before segueing to the structural integrity of AC ducting.

Also, why the fuck does it have a 'season pass' DLC and based on its description am I right to think it is basically horse armour?

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Reply #84 on: January 13, 2017, 03:08:52 PM

Is this game any good? The opinions in this thread only cover the early levels before segueing to the structural integrity of AC ducting.

Also, why the fuck does it have a 'season pass' DLC and based on its description am I right to think it is basically horse armour?

I liked it. It was probably not worth the release price, but I did get about 25 hours worth of play. Depending if you do less side missions (which are decent) and suck less at stealth, you may come in well under that.

The story is not great and there aren't a lot of improvements to the overall flow of the game. I feel like the layouts of the levels were better, but that's mainly due to more alternative routing, which according to the thread doesn't live up to the structural properties of modern AC ducting.

It's basically a giant DE:HR DLC with proportional levels of enjoyment if you consider it in that light.

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Reply #85 on: January 13, 2017, 03:50:41 PM

Yeah, the main story was kind of short and rushed, especially towards the end.  There were way more and better side quests than in other DX games, though, I thought.  Gameplay was pretty solid.  I didn't like it as much as Human Revolution, but I still thought it was pretty decent.

As for the DLC, the new maps and scenarios might be your thing if you liked the gameplay but thought it cut off a bit too short.  BUT there's a HUGE nope sign for the extra gear / praxis kits / etc. because, unless they've fixed it since launch, it's single use content.  Meaning it's not tied to your account or something, it's tied to your SAVE FILE.  You get it and you use it once, and then you can't use it again on a different playthrough or if you lose your save or drop the weapon or something.  It's just gone.  You'd have to spend the real money and buy it again.  The game doesn't seem balanced around needing any of it, so I'd suggest skipping it.
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