What happens when you put together the ancient art of lock picking, Nikola Tesla’s genius and the lovely steampunk-ish setting of The Order: 1886? The answer is in this video.
someone seen a stream of this last night n he went from chapter 5 through to 9 in bout 15 mins!!!!!!!!! he said 2 of them was cutscenes wiv no gameplay . i want my money back
Please shut up
"2 of them was cutscenes wiv gameplay".. You should get money back for the education you received.
You absolute tool.
He must of have blacked out into a seizure in between those chapters because he couldn't handle it's greatness.
who let this guy talk
I just beat chaoter 9 and can guarantee you're full of crap
Oh' just like how many bobby pin's do you need to pick the real hard locks in fallout 3, and how do you pick locks. Derp... Can people just please for the love of god; just give it a freaking rest already? Its a part of the game and how to do something in it, its informing people a player interactive function so players would know what to expect. How is that a negative thing? This was a good video for gamers, to see what its going to be when getting passed locks in the game.
Watching a stream right now.
Check out twitch or Live from PlayStation on your PS4. You can also view the streams from the PlayStation app. Better hurry before the streams get taken down.
MasterCornholio I will not bother myself because the game will arrive tomorrow or after in my area so I will play it by myself thanks for the response . . .
These came in last night. I've got to admit I was so close to printing out a sticker for another PS4 game of equal price and slapping it over the UPC just so I could take it home with me. It was a momentary fever though. I will wait....I will wait....*focuses*. I will wait.I really hope this game lives up to its potential.
I'm definitely playing next Friday!
You're fighting werewolves, just kick the freakin' door down.
The new "master of unlocking".
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