Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by DocStrangelove, Sep 20, 2019.
Yeah found that on the steam discussion. Cheers
Doesn't sound bad at all.
I figured it out... what was actually bugging me about this.
As he walks, the hands and weapon move... but the arms never budge.
Amazing! Will get this before Cyberpunk2077 is out.
Im really at a time where i find that i need to get this game
I recommend dropping shadow quality from epic to high, gives a decent fps boost with little quality difference.
Also I made a HUD toggle with 3Dmigoto:
Looks alright but It runs fairly good on midrange hardware so its easy to get 60fps on epic settings.
Yeah but at 4K those extra frames are definitely needed
Looks amazing to me.
Then again i'm not a graphics whore.
So, apparently the game is good. Not amazing AAA whatever, but good. I've watched some gameplay, and it's definitely a better Terminator experience than the last movie. It's also "only" 40 Euros, instead of 60. I think 30 is about correct for this game, but it's not that big of a deal. Looks like the studio has made major strides since the days of Rambo: The Videogame.
It lacks 21:9 support right? Does it have uncapped framerate?
This game is good.. liking it!
No ultrawide support but have uncapped framerate.
Grabbed a copy of this the other day... on my backburner but looking forward to it especially now
So yesterday I spent about 12 hours playing this game. I did not intend on doing that, I just couldn't stop. From the videos I enjoyed so of the sparks and all that. But this has really exceeded any expectations that I had from this sleeper. For anyone who remembers Riddick. That was also a hidden gem of a movie game. IMO this game can be quite stunning and has great special effects. I could do without the chromatic aberration though.
Of course it's not AAA but the animation is still better than ME:A. What else it may lack in texture fidelity is made up for by the gameplay, story, acting and writing. It's kind of a liner open world experiences I might compare to Homefront Revolution. There are many awesome Terminator moments and the soundtrack is perfect.
Anyway great game. If you have the means I highly recommend picking it up.
It does look like a half-way decent game. I'll consider it. It'll probably go on sale as soon as next month for the holidays period. I'll pick it up at that point.
After watching some reviews, gameplay and what not.
This is the best thing to come out of the Terminator franchise in a LONG time.
It's another pathetic movie tie-in and not a fricking sleeper. Eurogamer's review score is AVOID. I've hardly ever seen that review score coming from them. It's scoring 5/10s on consoles and that's nearly a month before the stupid game's supposed to be released...wth...
Yes, because reviews are always right. Right?
Sorry, but this is another case were reviews are completely wrong. The game is a lot of fun. Voice acting is spotty, but other then that it's a solid FPS with amazing atmosphere and attention to detail.
Trusted User Reviews > General User Reviews > "Professional Journalist Reviews"
(Youtube, friends, etc) > (Steam, Reddit, other gamers) > (Polygon, Kotaku, Eurogamer, etc)
Actual gamers are praising this game. That's all that matters to me. I couldn't care less what any of these "pro" reviewers think at all.