The Order: 1886 is already in the hands of quite a few gamers (for some reason Sony games always tend to break the street date somewhere), and at times one of them takes one for the team to show us part of the game before release.
Oh Abriael, the titles of your articles are just hilarious. I guess I will behold the mustaches in the imaged.
Not long to go now. But I'm sure it'll be worth the wait.
Man you guys on N4G have a lot of the order videos.
Looks pretty good. Brown blurry screenshots, previously posted, little scared me
I'm sure the game will look fantastic, the problem here is the screen shots looked blurred and washout.
These are taken from a Twitch stream, so not native resolution. That holds great things in store for our eyes, as these already look incredible and they're not even direct feed, or even native to my 1080P HDTV. It's going to be glorious.
Galahad's mustache indicates that he is a steak eating man
I could not take my eyes off of that wine bottle wobbling after Galahad bumped into it a bit. Gotta love those tiny details.
The screenshots look ok, except that one quarter of your screen is unused being covered by big black bars. Hopefully The Order 2 will be fullscreen.
This game is the best looking ever! It has a good story too! The weapons are cool! Do yourself a favor and immersive yourself in this game! Use cover or die! Take your time and enjoy the graphics and get involved in the story. This game is a 10/10!
Yawn. Just another shill job by DS, nothing to see here.
Not watching. Media blackout since E3 just to keep it as fresh as can be. A man was sold then though will withhold judgement until he plays. Gotta say to all you haters that the average fan doesn't care about linear or black bars as evidenced by a man's roommate 360 owner who was mightily impressed by the trailer and keeps saying how much better the PS+ games lineup is. A man thinks there may be a convert coming though his gamerscore is tough to leave behind.
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