But it's not an A-list title by any stretch. Graphics are servicable, character models and animations are a few generations behind the times, the levels are far too linear (at least in the first mission hub area.) I've seen sparks of cool stuff (the gun modification, the dialog) but it all feels like it could have been better. I would rake it just at or slightly below mediocre.
I'm hoping it at least has good replay value, I plan to play it again with wildly different choices just to see how much "your weapon is choice" holds true. But so far I can only say I'm REALLY dissapointed in Obsidian. I had high hopes for this and the lack of polish really has no excuse, I mean the game was supposed to release last October. An extra seven months to polish should have made it shine like a mirror. If this is an improvement over what was going to be released in October I shudder to think of how bad it was.
I was working part time at a hobby shop when Warhammer first came out. And I tried really hard to get into it, I honestly wanted to like but it never clicked for me. I'm not really sure why. *Shrugs and goes back to playing Battletech.*
Yea, I got my Hungarian right outside of Perdido. I haven't left Mexico yet so it'll likely be a while before I get the Standard. I'm enjoying screwing around hunting and collecting plants and bounties as much as the story so I'm not progressing at a stellar pace right now.