E.Y.E. - Divine Cybermancy Discussion
[Edited by Jim-rvn, 7/29/2011 3:43:43 PM]
I guess it's because of the controls don't seem to work right keyboard or x-box controller, guess it's my own problem!
Sorry for the comment!
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[Edited by Jim-rvn, 7/30/2011 11:47:01 AM]
ya why? I love this game its like a knock off of deus ex only its a GOOD knock off!!
[Edited by Mechcondrid, 7/29/2011 7:13:58 PM]
In a way, yeah, I'd call it that.
More accurately, I'd call it "Russian Deus Ex." The developers are in fact, well aware of this. And they are quite affectionate of DX. So far, I wouldn't say it's as good as the original DX - but I'd put that one up in "games I can replay every three months and still love," so I'd say that this one is boss hogg. I bought it about eight hours ago, have four and a half hours in it. And that's only because my mouse is whining and recharging it is taking forever.
If you're eagerly awaiting Human Revolution, and don't mind a more action oriented companion piece with even more psychic cyberpunk freaky russian artsy stuff in it, I'd highly recommend it. $17-20 for this? In two words: yeah.
"Russian"? The devs are French, and this game clearly has the atmosphere of a French Sci-Fi.
I swore some of the text I saw in some of the opening bits was Russian. I knew the devs were French, but for some reason the game itself has just given me a Russian vibe. Every time I play a game with unique art, I think back to The Void. Oh well.
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