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: 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: 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...