DarkMere wrote:Lone Echo seems to be getting top reviews. I am very tempted by it. Has anyone got that who can give me a nudge?
Been playing it all day but had to stop cause my legs where killing me.
Must have been standing somewhere beetween four or six hours today, something this nerd isn't entirely accustomed to these days.
It's all 0g movement, mostly grab any surface and push, with thrusters for fine navigation and a booster/stop in a thruster pack for long distances.
Also rocket sleds that you ride on, sadly not manually controlled.
Gameplay becomes a dance of pushing, floating and thrusting around the mining facility to analyse and fix various broken stuff.
I am Echo. Space handy man.
First things first.
It's a brilliant game, very well made. True AAA quality with a story line that progresses nicely throughout. Not just three minutes of premise, followed by arcade game play.
No it progresses nicely with decent development.
I truly get a similar feeling as from playing half life, or portal with this.
This will be THE game I would use to show off vr. And it is the first title to truly showcase what the whole deal is.
Did I mention rocket sleds ?