What We Want In: The Order 1886

"The Order 1886, ever since the day it was announced at E3 2013 has sat quite highly among Playstation fans “To play” lists. Following an unfortunate delay that resulted in the game sliding from 2014 to February 2015, the hype has continued to build as developers Ready at Dawn slave away over their monitors to ensure that the Playstation exclusive is the best it can be. Without wasting any further time, here are five things that we want in The Order 1886."
An extract of AMHNetwork's What We Want In: The Order 1886 article. Agree with their thoughts?

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Abash1926d ago

The Order was announced at E3 2013, not the PlayStation 4 reveal event

showtimefolks1926d ago

i trust in ready at dawn, they haven't disappointed so far so will get benefit of the doubt. I think showing the game to press and fans and getting their feedback will really help by the time this game comes out

The delay gives RAD another 6 months to work on the game. I am really interested in setting of the game

XiNarutoUzumaki1926d ago (Edited 1926d ago )

I want it to be PS4's Rise and not PS4's Ryse

DigitalRaptor1926d ago (Edited 1926d ago )

I think one thing The Order: 1886 has that we won't need to worry about is diversity in gameplay. Ryse's gameplay is basically the same thing again, and again, and again.

The narrative, character and lore already looks fantastic, so don't think we need to worry about that. Graphics are stupendous, so don't think we need to worry about that. Those who had hands-on at E3 gave some really positive impressions, the weapons look amazing, and it came away with quite a few awards, so I don't think we need to worry about gameplay anymore. I just want to see more of it.

GAMESCOM… please!

ABizzel11926d ago (Edited 1926d ago )

What I want from the Order and possible sequels:

1. A great story / single player campaign: This has to be a given if they ever expect to turn this into a franchise. The first game needs a great story, with strong characters, good acting, a solid challenge.

2. Variety of Gameplay: It can't be just another TPS. The cover system is there, but as an Uncharted and Gears of War fan I've done that for several games now. QTEs have been a staple for God of War games as well. It needs that something special, and hopefully it has it. Solid Shooting mechanics, QTEs, and a cover system can only get you so far.

3. More Supernatural: I loved a game on PS2/XB/GC called Hunter, and when I saw The Order (Left 4 Dead before that) it instantly reminded me of Hunter. What I loved about Hunter was the heavy focus on Supernatural. The Order instantly reminds me of movies like Underworld and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and if it's anything like those movies then I'll be happy.

4. Co-op: Another thing I loved about Hunter was co-op, and this game screams co-op to me, so here's hoping it can be safely added to future installments without taking away from the single player campaign. Have campaign co-op (at least 2 players), and have a co-op mode (at least 4 players).

S2Killinit1926d ago

hate these articles. why do they ask about what they want? whatever happened to letting the creators create what THEY want?

Summons751926d ago

In today's age if the media doesn't get what they want in a game they will throw a fit, tell misinformation about the game, give a game bad reviews simply because a dev did what they wanted and not what people expected.

It's one of the many many many flaws of modern gaming journalism and amateur bloggers. When devs do create what they want we get amazing games like Shovel Knight or The Last of Us. When they pander to what these 'professionals' demand we get games like Call of Duty or MineCraft and if they don't give into the demands we get situations like Final Fantasy 13 or Elder Scrolls Online, where some online bloggers won't like something the DEVS did and will throw a fit and slander the game despite them actually being really fun. But there are devs that ignore criticism and that the 'create the game they want' to selfish levels, like Ninja Theory who thinks it's okay to curse fans and slander other devs then blame the people who critiqued for not buying the game after being verbally abused.

Devs should create what they want it's far better for us.

Gocatters17021926d ago

Agreed, but if you read the article (not trying to sound critical here either) it is not a demands that they're making as angry or emotion driven fans but simply things that they want to see that will in their opinion likely create the best product

starchild1926d ago

Yeah, it does. It dropped my jaw the first trailer they showed of it. Once I saw more about the story and gameplay I wanted to play it even more. It looks unique and like it will be a lot of fun.

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