Hey,

It has been a long time since I've done this sort of things, but here it goes: Name a game you've played that had negative reviews with an amazing story.

I am pretty sure there's some good out there that got either review-bombed or suffered from poor gameplay, bad UI, bad graphics, or other issues like monetization, yet they have incredible stories you enjoyed and think others should play.

I personally am someone who loves story-driven games, so I can overlook a game with poor gameplay if the story holds me well enough.

Have a great rest of the week!

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Would you be willing to play a game just for the story?

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βœ… Yes
πŸ€” Depends (Comment below why)
❌ No

Life.

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Haha, i chuckled :D

bump btw., interesting question. But i have to think about it.

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Life might be too complicated since we miss out so much lore.

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Cyberpunk on release lol (mostly fixed now)

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For sure, it got rightfully so, but now the game is too good to put down as I've heard.

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Moebius : Empire Rising

Technically outdated, rushed at the end.

But wonderful story ( made by Jane Jensen so that was expected)

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Ooh, I'm going to play this today.

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Let me know your thoughts :)

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Knew it was going to help someone. πŸ˜‰

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I read a couple of her books yet was put off by the game reviews... Pushed it aside for a few ... years :/

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This is not the best game on which she worked for sure :)

But this is not a mess either.

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Of course... I knew her due to GK3

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I actually thought it was a bit of self-plagiarism, a cheap copy of Gabriel Knight games (but still rather enjoyable, of course). I absolutely loved Gray Matter though, it's a shame it never got a sequel.

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I admit it's not GK , but i still find it enjoyable enough !

The real lackluster here is the title is technical imho. Art is nicey, sounds are meh. But I really liked the story.

Maybe I should have nominated GK3. I vaguely remember the story was not so horrid (but the 3D was so horrible I could not force myself to replay it)

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Yeah, I loved the story in GK3, but that 3D was truly hideous.

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Wishlisted. Thanks for this!

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I dont think ive ever enjoyed a game that was terribly reviewed.

However I can think of 1 game that is underrated and where I ignored the reviews and went with it, becz of the interesting premise.
Seven: The Days Long Gone
The world building, lore, gameplay and the voice acting really got me invested in the game. I enjoyed everything about this game. IMO this game should have a 90% rating at the very least!

And yes wrt the poll, mostly every game i played is becz of the story. Screw Multiplayer crap and puzzles!

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Recently got this game after playing the demo, only bad thing is I can't play it on the deck because it's too small. Will get to it on my PC someday soon.

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Got this game on my wishlist. Very glad to hear someone speaking about this. Looking forward to play it. πŸ₯°

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Aaah ! Thank you for the opportunity to name the fabulous The long journey home

  • an extremely difficult game with many achievements almost impossible
  • a terribly repetitive gameplay that makes players think wtf why do i have to land repeatedly on each planet in manual mode ?
  • fights where you have almost no chance
  • resources so scarce that developers are really cruel

And an outstanding ambiance, a cleverly designed universe and a fascinating story when you dig into (it's like tiny little clues scattered all over the universe), multiple endings that really change the meaning of your full travel. So a complete waste. How do I know ? Because some players filled the game's wiki, otherwise there are secrets i'd never have known about and that's terribly frustrating, because i would have never known the fabulous revelation of this game.

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I've checked out that game many times, always been fascinated by the premise and graphics, but the reviews were off-putting :D

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In terms of the quality of its storyline and atmosphere, the game that comes closest to it : Ixion.
Funnily Ixion had similar difficulty problems at launch that made is miss the goty, but here devs since released an easy mode for people who wanna enjoy the story. And so you've now a really great science-fiction book quality game.

... The long journey home is still better i would say so that's even more a mess ! XD
The best experience you can have in this game is to play and fail just by discovering the universe and then understand reading the wiki, or else play and manage to get back to Earth, and then read the wiki and realise that you've missed out on 99% of the game.

Quality story, there is out there omega too, that heavily inspired No man's sky (the word discovery system and inventory management system are exactly the same), except the story far better in out there omega... but still not as good as long journey home ! Grrrr !!!

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Very interesting. I'll keep an eye for this game. πŸ˜‰

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I played this game and the gameplay was so horrible I couldn't even play it for the story. Great answer for this question lol

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Ah ! You noticed i found the right answer (horrible gameplay outstanding story) ! ;)

And still after many attempts i managed to reach the Earth, i was so proud this day ! XD

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Wishlisted! Not sure how I missed this one in the first place, this is exactly (one of) my jam(s). Thanks for the (sort of) recommend! :)

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https://store.steampowered.com/app/265790/Residue_Final_Cut/

It's basically history, the gameplay is standard / wonky platforming. I'm surprised it climbed up to mostly positive from years of being in the mixed category, the price drop likely helped.

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Wishlisted. If it has anything to tell/teach, I'm down for it!

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The Last Express does not exactly have bad reviews.... but the story is a lot better than "Mostly Positive".

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To be fair, playing it is downright painful, I don't think it's actually possible to finish it without resorting to a walkthrough. But yes, it is superbly written indeed.

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True that. There are a few endings, only one being the "complete one", and it is very easy to get stuck with the wrong ending because you were not in the right place in the right time. That said, the game knows that, and every time you get a bad ending it rewinds time to give you a shot at the complete ending... sometimes it rewinds A LOT OF TIME for that reason. :D

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Oh, a classic I never heard about. The game came out in 1997 and to be fair, it's very interestingly looking. Wishlisted.

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It is an awesome game, but as Psycho said above, it has lots of clunky moments, being a mix of real-time and point-and-click adventure.

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Since now I know about it, I'll take that into account to not have high expectations. It's a old game after all.

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Mata Hari

I wouldn't say the story was amazing, but it had a certain nostalgic 2000s feel to it. The setting was also intriguing, based on a real historical figure. This kept me playing despite the many annoyances, both common to 2000s point and click games and unique to this game. Because I don't like following guides, I actually managed to lock myself out of progress 2/3 of the through with no solution but to replay more than half of the game, which I did (thankfully I had a save or I would have had to replay it from the beginning). I would have dropped it right then and there if I weren't enjoying it. Such a dead end shouldn't happen in a point and click game, that's bad design. But yeah, although I think the mixed reviews are wholly justified, I loved the game.

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Ugh! That kind of failure is inexcusable in an adventure game. Good on you for having the patience to replay it.

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I remember being more lucky than you, Russian localized version was broken literally in the beginning, so we were simply unable to play further and get stuck :)

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Saw this given away multiple times on SG. Maybe I should consider it too.

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https://store.steampowered.com/app/215280/Secret_World_Legends/

It's not a bad game, but when it transitioned from paid to F2P, Secret World Legends didn't get the remaining content that was promised. The story and characters are amazing, the gameplay isn't all that bad but as many have pointed out, it should have been a single-player game instead of trying to be an MMO. That said, outside of lairs/raids you can solo almost all of the game if you prefer.

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Oh, that's not bad. I was about to ask if I can play it single player.

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I remember playing the first iteration of this game on release (the one you had to buy to play). The Lovecraftian vibe was amazing, and the stories really drew me in. It would have made an amazing single player game.

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I was gonna say I dont think I can name any games with bad games off the top of my head but then I remembered steamdb and how I'm logged in

Most of them are more of just having a soft spot for them. Like duplicity is from a dev that I have a soft spot for. Its only got 42% and I'm not gonna pretend its amazing but its a nice game

Same for time mysteries 1. At 45% it does show its age but its also my first ever hog so I can't help but really enjoy it. I see that its 3rd game which I don't like has 80 while the 2nd is 62

I definitely have to agree with you on the whole as long as the story makes up for the gameplay can suffer a bit. Like I'm not a huge fan of fighting games but I really liked the blazblue characters that I was willing to overlook the rest. Same for bullet hell games, I'm so invested in the lore of the 100% orange juice series that I'll suffer for that lore but no matter how pretty some of them look those other games are not gonna suck me in

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Those are very interesting suggestions. I myself don't find myself enjoying puzzle games, because the gameplay doesn't hook me, but I'd be down for something that has a story and possibly a nice voice-over too.

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I'm able to play a bad game if it has one of the following
1) Really good character creation/customization
2) It has a really good story
3) The gameplay is very engaging, or fun

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And sometimes I simply enjoy bad games, like that first Walking Dead game that wasn't a Telltale game, I really enjoyed that back in the day. The game was quite brutal, and the zombies were a bit dumb, but I still enjoyed it.

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It's very possible that we enjoy games as kids differently than as we get old and that's okay.

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+1 for point 2 and 3. I love a character creation/customization that is done right, but I can live without it or be given a character and follow its story.

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I didn't like FPS games as a child/young teen, but I played the crap out of Rainbow Six Vegas 2, simply because of the character creator haha

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I know I've played Rainbow Six game, but can't recall which one. I played it for the gameplay. I loved it. I didn't know Vegas 2 had a character creator. I best check and play all the old ones. Thanks for that reminder!

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In Vegas 2 you can take pictures of your face, and then have that modeled into your face. It's janky but quite cool

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That's so cool! I didn't know that. πŸ€”

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Oh and I agree on your statement as well, I'm just saying that I've been sold on games simply because of their character creator. While the rest of the game was either mid or bad. But then the character creator, and changes you can apply throughout the game would carry the experience for me.

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Speaking of that, what game(s) stuck out to you with the best character creator that you personally love?

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When I played The Last of Us Part I last year, it was being bombed due to poor performance. The first time I ran it, it spent almost three hours on the curtain screen downloading shaders, but once that was done the game run smoothly and I never had to re-download shaders again.

Not sure how it stands today but it definitely felt weird to see such an incredible game receiving such poor reviews, and the devs seemed keen to improve its performance.

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That game was plagued by performance while being a masterpiece. I am glad they fixed some of the issues.

I am yet to return to it at some point and complete it.

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Well, playing a game just for the story basically happened to me already. Not rightaway from the start, but mid-game I realized that the gameplay wasn't getting better anymore, but I played till the end because I wanted to know how the story goes.
There were dragging gameplay passages that were bland and repetitive. If had had known before how the game mechanics worked I wouldn't have played till the end. The game I am talking about here is Cloudpunk.

Playing a game just for the story? I don't think so. Tedious mechanics or boring gameplay? I think not.
There is people recording their playthroughs. Maybe this is an alternative.

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Well, playing a game just for the story basically happened to me already. Not rightaway from the start, but mid-game I realized that the gameplay wasn't getting better anymore,

Well said... this happens often with some mid tier games or heavily focused games on story.

There were dragging gameplay passages that were bland and repetitive. If had had known before how the game mechanics worked I wouldn't have played till the end. The game I am talking about here is Cloudpunk.

Got Cloudpunk on my library. Might consider it since you mentioned it.

Playing a game just for the story? I don't think so. Tedious mechanics or boring gameplay? I think not.
There is people recording their playthroughs. Maybe this is an alternative.

Fair enough. I like people having different opinions.

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Cheers mate,!
I hopy you enjoy all the games you put time in :)

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Thanks man! That's the nicest thing I've ever been said today. I wish the same for you too. πŸ₯°

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The most recent example of this for me, it was Syberia 3 - great story (even though I liked the first game story more), the side characters are actually useful for once (im looking at you syberia 2) and you actually get to play with a certain one and that was a huge plus.
However, the game is SO clunky - the animations to move around are terrible, sometimes you have to click a trillion times for something to work like it is intended, sometimes dialogue overlapses for no reason and there are like 30 missable achievements because you have to do complicated puzzles right first try or know stuff before u are actually supposed to know it (so basically pure luck or you looked at a guide). So yeah, I have done it (and I will probably do it more) but it's not something usual.
I recently finished the latest game on the series and it was so much better in everything :)

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Does the first two games hold up well? I played 20 or so years ago Syberia 2 and I really liked it. I was a kid. I might look at it differently now. I do have Syberia on my watch list/possibly backlog.

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for 20 year old games they hold up pretty well. just remember to save manually and don't do anything when Kate is doing an animation - your game will crash always.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I'll keep that in mind. πŸ‘πŸ»

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good to know that 4 is better. I found 3 to be terribly slow-paced :\

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if you play the 4th one right after the 3rd one, you will feel like the 4th one is a masterpiece - at least, that was my experience. About the pacing, things go quicker (but a lot more on the last 3/4 hours), but you will also see/play with two different characters alternately, so it's always a different experience for sure

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I've recently found out that Gabriel Knight 3 has mixed reviews on Steam. It's not about atrocious visuals (I have to admit that while the first two games still look perfectly nice is you don't mind older standards, this one is downright ugly - although I don't remember perceiving it this way back then) or some awful puzzlesΒ β€” the story is still brilliant, the set of characters is still among the best ones in the history of adventure games, and puzzles are mostly inventive and enjoyable (not to mention Le Serpent Rouge puzzle that's downright ingenious). People still love it. Still, this port is apparently unplayable.

And yes, I'm totally that person who plays games for story, I even resort to cheats if gameplay is not fun but story looks worthwhile.

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I said that before, and I say it again. You're a person of taste.

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That's a very nice thing to say, thank you :)

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I like the way you think. Should I consider playing all 3 of them?

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Definitely, that's an easy recommendation to anyone who values a good story.

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I sure do! Thanks man!

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Play everything at Story difficulty. Time is limited.

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I'm a completionist. πŸ₯Ή I can't do that. It's illegal! πŸ˜…

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Sorting my completed games by steam review score, I think I'd mostly agree with the ones that are 'mixed' or lower, but in terms of great stories, I think homefront the revolution deserved credit for at least trying something different with its plot.

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Oh, I'll wishlist that. Is the first game related?

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I'd say somewhat. It's not crucial to the plot of the second, but both deal with America being taken over by North Korea basically and the idea of a resistance movement.

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I remember hearing about this when North Korea politically and militarily threatened NATO and this game kinda matched that fear of people. Since that hasn't happened yet, I think it's safe to try the game out. We need more FPS story-based games to be honest.

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I can see several games like this in my library but gonna name two very specific: Deadly Premonition and INSOMNIA: The Ark.

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I actually heard a lot of good things about Deadly Premonition. Thanks for the mention. Idk why I didn't wishlist that.

I got INSOMNIA: The Ark. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Of Orcs And Men I remember I enjoyed it mainly because its story and characters. The next game (Styx) in the 'franchise' has a weaker story in my opinion.

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Should this be played before Styx?

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No.
Games tell completely independent stories. In 'Of Orcs and Men' you follow a duo of an orc and a goblin. While in 'Styx' you follow the said goblin before he met the orc.
It's been ages, so I'm not too sure, but the most you can get is a passage in 'Of Orc and Men' where Styx (the goblin) hint about his past, but like a trauma that he doesn't want to talk much about. Or maybe his memories were vague themselves, I'm not sure.

While there are many dialogs in 'Of Orcs and Men', there were pretty much no other character in 'Styx', the story was far more limited. But the gameplay is more enjoyable in 'Styx' in my opinion. I liked both.

And I didn't play Styx 2, but it's probably once more prior the events of Orcs and Men.

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Games tell completely independent stories. In 'Of Orcs and Men' you follow a duo of an orc and a goblin. While in 'Styx' you follow the said goblin before he met the orc.

Oh so, Styx definitely goes first then. Thanks for shining light on that game.

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I should have said more than just 'No' --> Order doesn't matter at all.
But my personal preference is to always play games or watch movies in their order of release. Which would put Of Orcs and Men in first to play ;)

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I do like to play games in Chronological order. If for instance, graphically they are not vastly different, I'm willing to start with how the story of the game was intended. For example, Yakuza 0 came years after the others. The graphics hold up well so, it's an obvious choice to play that over the rest and then go with the original order.

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Wait how could I forget! I have another game to share about!

Wild Hearts
This game is fun! The combat is a one of a kind, the plot is straightforward. But oh man! Id recommend it solely for the combat, which makes fighting even minor map enemies so enjoyable.
They have this magical equipment called Karakuri in 3 or 4 forms. As we progress we learn new and innovative methods of implementing it in terms of actual combat, traversing, crafting, and much more. For example, you can make massive hammers, arrow cannons from small wooden blocks in a matter of seconds. Very satisfying, it may seem chaotic at the start, but there certainly an order to it..

The voice acting, map design is, monster design is on point as well. Its a shame it was poorly optimised, rightly deserving those negative reviews. But it was still such a beautiful game, if you can look past that and an overheated system. I have heard how the devs have implemented DLSS in recent updates, so im not sure about its current state.

I'll end by saying that Killing monsters is like a drug! not kidding!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRcDgETO11E

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My wife played this game. Loved it! It's a great monster hunter game, but suffers from bad optimizations. I don't think they fixed it even today. So sad because to be fair, graphically it's not that impressive. I'm not moved by granny-looking visuals that Dark Souls and other soul-like carry.

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Starfield

I kid, I kid.

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You might be right. Some people liked it for what it was. I'm still willing to give it a shot.

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I do intend to play this myself one day.

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🍻 Cheers! To that day to come to either join the love wagon as others did too.

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It does have an interesting premise for a main story but as it usually goes Bethesda's best stories are in the side quests. I enjoyed a lot of them but consider playing only if you can handle the jank and repetitive locations

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Get Even.

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You won't believe me when I say this, but a friend just gifted me this game a day ago.

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That's a great gift if you're up for a story-driven game.

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For sure. I wasn't too keen when I first got it because I don't play many horror games. Never feeling comfortable and unless I can fight back the enemy I tend to be uneasy, but I'm down for a well-told story, despite it being horror.

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ok mine is different it has very good reviews, I hated the game mechanics and dropped a negative review so it is negative for me :D https://store.steampowered.com/app/362960/Tyranny/ It has really complex storytelling, I really liked the plot but I just can't play due to awful combat.

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1361210/Warhammer_40000_Darktide/ a 40k game cannot be bad in story it has mixed

https://store.steampowered.com/app/1454890/Titanfall/ titanfall is reviewed bombed due to company decisions but it is fine

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I got all 3 of them. I'm so surprised to see Titanfall with such atrocious reviews. I don't think I recall what happened to day, so, what exactly happened?

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'one' hacker destroyed multiplayer, the company could not handle that hacker and decided to shut down the game . They made a stupid PR tweet and poof gone.

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Oh man... that's unbelievably sad. :(

I am glad Titanfall 2 wasn't affected.

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wasn't reviewed horribly but Remember Me had a really good story and only soso mechanics (nothing outrageously bad, but they clearly tried to do too much, and everything suffered)

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I remember that game... no pun intended... well... maybe a little xD but played it many years ago. Didn't finish it. I wanna return to it.

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the 'traversal' bits are laughable, fighting undeveloped meh but fine, memory altering really interesting but a bit clunky and not really as open ended as I bet they wanted it to be. but the ramifications of altering ppl's memory... maybe the first time I've ever paused in playing a game to ask if this was something I really wanted to do.

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I gotta revisit it as I don't remember anything aside from the character and the futuristic world.

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