10 years on from 'Too Human', Dom Peppiatt of Fandom looks into the game's fascinating development history and the events that lead to one of gaming's biggest downfalls.
Another "bad" game that I enjoyed.
I liked it for what it was as well, but the game was definitely bad. We were promised so much of a better game.
They should bring it back, the lore was there. Everything else can get swapped
They should definitely make a sequel, it has the lore and the atmosphere now it needs proper execution.
The story was good but game has its flaws. Overall though I enjoyed it.
This. Alpha Protocol is another bad game I enjoyed.
Put in a lot of hours in on Too Human loved it , sure it had issues like the death animation but more flops like that MS.
I don't personally think the death animation was bad, nor an issue.. It's really not much different than a loading screen and having to start over. It's better than looking at the same loading screen and "hint" you've seen 732 other times.
I always really dug the sci-fi meets Norse mythology premise. There was also a solid loot and class system.
The voice work and combat in this game was entertaining as hell..entertaining in the worst way possible, but entertaining. I can't believe how long this game was in development.
I was so excited about the game when they announced it. I watched all the trailers, dev diaries multiple times in excitement and anticipation. And the game was utter garbage. I have never been more disappointed with a game in my life.
One of the worst and most disappointing games ever, it was awful.
Two Worlds 1&2 are my favorite low production value games from that era.
I enjoyed it, but it was nowhere near the game we were promised. It's a shame its not back compat as i'd like to playthrough it again now to see how it holds up.
I really liked too human and was so disappointed not to get the other games in the planned trilogy.
I thought it was fantastic, sure it had it's problems, but for what it was.. it was good. And good fun with a teammate. My buddy and I put a lot of time into this game.
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