Petrol Blue 182.
I'm at the point where you cut through the hotel. Getting over run with the other survivors and have f**k all amo!
The AI is dumb as f*ck, especially your companions.
I traded in Bioshock Infinite for it, the brilliant game that it was but I got stuck not long after getting it and couldnt be bothered. Got a tennner for it. It's not even three months old! Chrizist.
It's very enjoyable and a great game but its not a 10/10 game. No way.
The AI is dumb as f*ck, especially your companions. Also gets a little repetitive at times. Seems to be the same thing over and over.
Still, the story telling and overall game itself is very good.
It's funny you should say that, as when I was watching my brother play a portion of it I thought the same. Although he seemed to reckon it was some of the best A.I he'd ever seen. Granted it's cool that when you knock debris over they hear you, but generally when in combat they do some thick as s**t things, and you end up having a close quarters aim for toffee gun spree.
Also companions seem to say complacent things like "I'll follow your lead", then proceed to jump in front of you practically dancing the night away.
That said from what I saw it's the best you're going to get (currently anywho) if you want a post apocalyptic survival type game. Some of the derelict areas and graphics look amazing.
Did you finish it Scutch? Noticed in the for sale thread that you've got rid. Never played online then? The part I was stuck at earlier seems to have solved itself overnight. Went in with a plan for the clickers and once the game was loaded I noticed I was the other end of the room an no enemies in sight. Strange.
Played a bit last night, and I can totally understand the criticisms.
The AI is poo at times, and the combat is pretty weak. That said, it feels like I'm trying fine things to nitpick over. It is a wonderful game; which without those flaws would probably be going down one of the very best ever (maybe it still will...).
Some of the scenery is just incredible, the way companions behave is pretty impressive at times, and you cannot deny the story is immersive.
But christ, if this was a film, which at times of feels like it is, cinemagoers would be emotional wrecks.
Not me though, I'm hard.
Got Tomb Raider to finish then fancy a go on this.