E.Y.E. - Divine Cybermancy Discussion
Buy it when its like 5 bucks.
I got through a good chunk of the game after viewing about five of the tutorial videos, partially at least. It's about as complicated as "check your inventory, hack important stuff, sneak by/kill enemies, complete objectives." One can make it much more complicated than that if they wish - as is intended, but the gist of it is "play it how you want to."
Hacking can be a bit of a pain, but I use it as a stat dump until about level five to try and get around it, and get the implant that boosts it. I always start off by using Mask, then Scan. Keeping the target's attack down (and buffing your own defense up a lot if you need to) then dropping their defense as needed seems to work wonders. Also note that you can click the target name a few more times to reroll its stats and lower its starting attack/defense.
Hope that helps make it slightly less painful, developers seem aware that it's a bit of a pain and will probably make it a little easier with the first patch.
"I have played roughly about 2 hours of the game so far. I got it for about 18 dollars.
-Lot's of RPG depth when it comes to leveling
-Cyber powers (somewhat like augmentations in Deus Ex, but energy restores over time)
-Somewhat open-world, you do missions at a time and stop by your hub to buy stuff and select missions
-Weapons of all types from melee to ARs, to grenades and heavy machine guns
-deep, interesting sci-fi setting with tons of lore and history
-blend of RPG and personal shooter skill
-Decent graphics and visuals
-In-depth hacking, healing, and many more different actions
-Story is a bit -too- complicated starting out
-Character creation and leveling is a bit complicated at first
-Menus and HUD are smaller than they should be, but usable
-Can't save just anywhere, the game automatically saves at hubs or checkpoints.
-If you die/go into coma, you return from the last checkpoint area or beginning of current chapter
-So many different actions and menus and Cyber powers that it is hard to keep track of them and the selection menu is not very well designed.
A great buy for fans of games like STALKER and/or Deus Ex. Many RPG and shooter elements are included, and good weapons to boot. With many ways to approach and complete objectives, as well as a somewhat branching storyline with choices to make, it's pretty good despite its need of some polishing.
If it were just an ordinary game, I would give it an 8/10 BUT
Since it's an Indie game, I give it a 9/10
That review sums it up quite nicely. I'd honestly bump it up to 10/10 just because it also has co-op and diverging story paths.
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