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Obsidian really delivered with this game, creating one of the best experiences I've had in my years of gaming. More RPG than FPS, the game delivers well in both areas. The combat is fast, fluid and exciting, as well as having a plethora of weapons and a good customization system for a diversity of play styles. That said, where this game excels is in every other area. The worlds are lush, fantastic, alien environments. The soundtrack is amazing, both in composition and delivery. The story and quest lines are good overall, but the writing and the voice acting really bring it to life. Companions & several NPCs are unique, memorable and endearing, which helps to engage with some pretty thought-provoking conversations and heavy situations. The quest structuring is good, with side-quests and secrets being well-integrated with the storyline and travel locations, as opposed to having one wander in random directions for hours looking for something, maybe. This game also has so many sci-fi easter eggs you'll need a bigger basket. Then finally, there is the replay value. The game is short compared to others in the RPG genre, with about a 30-40 hr full playthrough for the base game. Character creation and development is well done, allowing for a variety of character types from well-rounded to highly specialized. The story has several options to explore and various ways of resolving situations. Ultimately, this game is more than worth the price of admission. It's not the best choice, it's the Spacer's Choice.
Too short. You can't fail. "Open world" with small individual maps. No sense of urgency, discovery, or adventure; follow the green dot and all will be well. And unless I'm daft, you can't continue playing after you've finished the game (but I'll re-check that). On the plus side, it's beautiful to look at, it never crashed, and all the quests/missions remained playable (unlike, say, Bethesda games, but those are still vastly better in story-telling and adventure than this game). Overall, meh.
I like this game a lot, but there were moments where it became a bit predictable and even a few boring points. I did all the side quests, and when I finished the game, I found I still wanted more without wanting to go back through the game as it is. The loading screens took f o r e v e r...which got real old when you play it through in a few days, and if you went somewhere on accident, you had to wait a while to get back because of the loading screens. It is a unique game with much potential, and I was hoping maybe they were setting up the world for future exploration, but the ending made it seem like a one and done type deal. You should play it, but I would recommend buying it used as it was not worth the preorder.
Honestly a solid rpg, interesting quests, items, and characters. A lot of people are comparing it to Fallout New Vegas but to me the only similarity is the quality of the writing. Obsidian did a good job with this one, hope to see more like it from them in the future.
It’s not Fallout New Vegas but it’s a cool unique story that has lots of different play styles to choose from. Mechanics are solid and bugs are pretty negligible. Graphics are good and colors are vivid. This makes for a much more colorful experience over Fallouts. I compare the two games only because of the Obsidian team having produced both games. The maps are located on different planets and it’s up to you to decide how to play your way through the Halcyon system. Work for corporate, or be the people’s savior. The choice is up to you.
In summary, a great game. Many of the mechanics are very similar. The tactical time dilation works almost identically to VATS. The NPC interaction feels very familiar and leaves you enjoying the experience of talking about everything the character has to say. Don’t go into it looking for a Fallout in space. Go into it looking for a memorable Obsidian game.
Intelligently written funny game. Makes me think of Mass Effect some, it is a little dialog heavy. It makes me think of Borderlands a little, the writing is darkly hilarious. It makes me think of Fallout a little, the customization of appearance and skills can be a bit overwhelming at first. I just got off the first planet, so this is only a first impression, however I am enjoying things so far! One star lost for being dialog heavy, and not being able to compare equipped items to items on sale from vendors.
The main story line isn't very detailed and there aren't a lot of subplot/side quests to keep it going. As far as the graphics, they were okay but not great. The gameplay was fine, but the 'x' button is way overused. My biggest problem was the hours of useless dialog built into this game. Even the "I don't care" options usually led to a long goodbye from the NPCs. In the end I was expecting something along the lines of Skyrim or Fallout 4, and it just didn't live up to my expectations.
Excellent open world RPG. If you like games like Fallout, Fallout: New Vegas, Skyrim or The Elder Scrolls, you will love this game. One of my favorite parts is the companions and their side quests! Compared to other games they all just hang out on your ship once you’ve allowed them into your crew so you always know right where to find them all. You don’t have to travel allllllll the way back to wherever you first found them when you want them to tag along, AND you can have up to two companions at a time. TWO! honestly I wish the lockpicking and computer hacking were a little more interactive, but that’s pretty much my only complaint. Actually scratch that, my main complaint is loading screens. You WILL spend more time than you would like or even expect for most loading screens. But compared to other games, most of the building in the game don’t require a second loading screen to walk in the door which is nice. All in all a very well made game, and great for playing for hours on end! Definitely recommend purchasing!
At first wasn't sure about it, but it really grows on you once the story progresses. It's basically a cross between Fallout & Mass Effect. Plenty to explore, story and character development are solid. The gunplay is pretty awesome- tons of variety in type of damage you can deal as well as weapon selection. You can tell a lot of effort went into combat. There are some branching choices in dialogue and the RPG ability tree is fairly well fleshed out. If you're at all into open world action RPG type games, you'll get a good amount of fun out of this. One of the only negatives to me is that although there are dialogue choices, there's no voice acting for the protagonist and therefore your character can feel a little generic.