Reviews and Problems with E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy
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18 April 2014
Summary: I feel like much of the criticism towards E.Y.E is due to a lack of understanding. This game is not Deus Ex, Stalker, or Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines. This is not a game that offers stealth gameplay, hacking, and shooting rolled into one.
Summary: If you can fight through the really weird tutorial system and feeling of "what the hell is happening?" at the beginning you have a game with real depth here. However, it being insanely text heavy and the AI being a bit punishing make it hard to fully get into.
Summary: A nice detailed and immersive experience. No. A Masterpiece. Just the thing games need so badly. I honestly cannot think of any flaws to name... the art-work and totality of the game just crush any minor complaints.
Summary: Like all cunning satires, E.Y.E. is in many ways better than the media tropes, games, and films it makes fun of. Cyberpunk wasn't a setting or a look and feel - all of that is just how the mainstream received William Gibson - it was deconstructing and rebelling against an odious and bloated genre of...
Summary: Very refreshing, turn up difficulty and spawn rate for a better experience. Main problem for me was how weak the psi powers felt compared to guns, with which there was essentially infinite ammo.
Summary: People keep saying this game is severely bugged, and that it's extremely clunky and frustrating. I won't argue against it because it's true. But despite all that, this game is the closest thing to games as a pure art form from a narrative point of view.
Summary: First of all I want to say that the devs have done really good job patching up this game. There are many reviews here that complain about its bugginess, but in its current state it has less bugs than most modern games. In fact I haven't encountered even one.
Summary: It's an interesting mix of Cyberpunk FPS and RPG, with an upgrade system similar but far more complex than Deus Ex: HR. Where it falls apart though is in game direction (starting out you get no primer at all and are left on your own to figure out what the hell is going on, which could take a few...
Summary: E.Y.E. is a mixture of very good and very bad, so it scores a 5 for me. The concept is very good, though not unique. You get RPG elements of character progression and customization that are quite nice and diverse, and you get a mixture of occult and technology, which few other games offer (Clive...
Summary: Like most of players playing this game for first time, i was confused many things all together, no introduction only a list of boring tutorials, an strange history and enviroment but every time i play this game again likes me more and more, its have much variety, strong and dificult IA, enemies...