Carter Posted June 9, 2015 Share Posted June 9, 2015 Some people don't like it... most do. I absolutely love it. Story is on point, combat is on point. Questing can annoyingly lead to numerous people who want something done for them before they will give you what you need, but such is the way of the world I guess. It never becomes a tedious exercise of the same crap over n over again though which is an accomplishment in itself. Exploring isn't quite the thrill that Elder Scrolls games provide, but it's still good and there are tons of things to discover. You can ride your horse right into some areas you aren't ready for and the variety of monsters in this world is just nuts.Combat is my favorite part of this game. By far. It is like the combat system I always wished Assassin's Creed would have. Minus the high flying takedowns part. It's a frantic, tense system at times; especially when you get outnumbered and surrounded. The dodge button is your best friend! The strategy and skill you have to develop is refreshing though. You can't just approach every fight the same way. Also... the hand to hand fighting is nicely challenging if you're at a similar or lower level to the people you're fighting.This was my #1 anticipated game and the main reason I wanted a PS4. It has not disappointed in the least.With 36 distinctly different ending game states across 3 different playable epilogues, with every decision truly impacting the state of the game world... I don't see myself putting this one down for a while. Even early on in the game (by level 10-12) you are shaping the state of the world you're in... directly or indirectly allowing characters to live or die, with consequences to be seen as the game unfolds. It's the choice factor I thought Mass Effect would have but never quite delivered on. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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