Dontnod Entertainment, the developer of 2013's action game Remember Me thinks that it was misunderstood.
Completely agree, beat the game a few weeks ago One of the overlooked and underrated titles of last generation just like Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
and Binary Domain.
Honest question, is Binary Domain any good? I'm always on the look out for little gems of games. I have to admit, I thoroughly enjoyed 'Enslaved'.
Yes, it's an amazing game and definitely worth playing through. Also i highly recommend the Yakuza series which is the most overlooked series of the generation in my opinion.
I love BD, it's action packed, with a cool story. I'm about a half way through, and have found it exilirating at times. I like the main character being voiced by Full Metal's Roy Mustang, and the squad mechanic. I'm also currently playing Remember Me, and am enjoying it as well. I don't really get the lack of appreciation for the title. Changing the subject, I am also playing Wolfenstein the New Order, and it's my favorite FPS of the year, thus far.
The game was one of the most visually stunning from an artistic standpoint. Neo Paris was exceptionally realized. The gameplay simply wasn't up to scratch and could have done with more work.
and Shadows of the damned, Killer is dead, Asura's Wrath
I enjoyed this game a lot. The Custom Combo system was cool. Sure the story wouldn't win any awards, but the game itself was enjoyable. And considering I got the game for under $15 (a few months later it hit PS+ for free), I more then got my monies worth.
The soundtrack was phenomenal and the concept was solid. Great game with an awful combat system. If they'd tuned the pressen system a little more, and make it more "on the fly" like God of War, I think it would have done a lot better.
I just remember it being not very good.
i played it on ps+. I will definitely be supporting this company in the future by buying their next game.
I Absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVED THIS GAME!
I never played this game, but it looked great. It just came out at the wrong time. I had no money when it came out, then by the time I had money, I was saving that up to get a next-gen console. If this had come to XB1 or PS4 I probably would have picked it up!
So the developer of a game, that performed poorly and was mediocre at best, says their game was "misunderstood?" I didn't know Ninja Theory developed this game.
Come on , there was nothing to misunderstand . A pretty good settings and design , coupled with a mediocre and mostly boring gameplay . For some it was enjoyable enough , for others it needed more to grab them
Yeah, it would have been nice of him to try and explain what exactly he thought was misunderstood. I played it and enjoyed it for the most part. I didn't expect a great game from a first time developer up against the challenges they were up against.
It was pretty good, i loved the setting, but the awful dubstep really killed the mood.
Played it. Felt like it should of been called, Please forget me.
Well i was SO looking forward to this game, everything about it was flipping all the right switches for me. Then i played it, and all was lost. It's the combat, it's just not very fluid and has massive issues registering your input. First i figured it was like most beat'em ups and you could easily do combos fluidly by pressing the next combo button shortly after the present press, that wasn't the case, then i figured maybe i have to press it just as it connects, but it wasn't proving reliable, then i figured press it shortly after it connects or after the animation ends, but no it just doesn't go into the next part of the combo. so all i can gather is you press just as it hits but it just wasn't working most of the time so i was at a complete loss as to how to consistently pull off the combo i needed accurately. Now before people suggest i suck, let me just say i'm am obsessed with the beat'em up genre, probably to the point of being a bit unhealthy. I've played just about every beat'em up under the sun from the Atari and coleco vision to the PS4 and PC and even some very obscure games oon the PSP and Vita like Kenka Bancho Badass Rumble, or imported games like Breakblow for the PS2. So needless to say i'm pretty damn practiced in the genre and rarely had an issue like i did with this game, just felt unpolished in the combat. I have this game on my list thanks to PS+, so i'm planning on revisiting it some time soon and give it another go, but i just couldn't like it cause of that, really broke the whole game for me
generic main character doesnt help buddy try harder next time.
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