This thing's unplayable. First, it doesn't support the PS4 controller. It seems to detect a controller is attached, but nothing works. Then it goes on to take ages to load (internal storage) and doesn't let you skip the uninteresting story sequences. When it finally starts, no visual joystick on the screen and you have to guess? Even when you finally seem to guess where the touch controls are supposed to be, it's all so bumping that I got with motion sickness after a minute. I'm dumbfounded... just took it because it was free, but I won't play it even if someone pays me to. Don't waste your time or money on this, don't say later you weren't warned.
I love Crescent Moon Games. I played "Ravensword: Shadowland" and it is one of the best games I have ever played. "Exiles: Far Colony" keeps the outstanding graphics I saw in Ravensword. The difference of day and night is great and the vehicles are nice. However, I have to say that, overall, I am very disapointed. There are ery few missions and I beat this game in less than three days because of how short it is. Not only that, it is very laggy, it is really hard to aim without a controler, there are very few weapons and vehicles, it would be nice to have a map without the need of going to a teleporter and there are very few cities and a really big desert in which is pretty easy to get lost without a map. The biggest problem is how short the game is and I am not the only one who thinks so. Really disappointed; fix the game.
Note 4 Noah B. This game had potential but upon running to the end it falls short of ravensword by alot. Way less enemie types way less hiden things to find way way less story. Very short game. Not happy because with the graphics and story idea this could have been a fantastic game. Would love to see a remake. Just say mulagan
Graphics are absolutely amazing! Gameplay is fun, although way to short! The game needs a severe update to remove the lack of emptiness that throughout the game. Also a mini map would be nice because it is easy to get lost. Please consider these changes, and then I will alter this review!
Good graphics, fun gameplay, although lacking a little polish I wish there was a little more guidance when getting around. It takes a while to get anywhere so when you find out you were going in the wrong direction the whole time it is quite frustrating. Some of the sound effects for instance on the hover bike are looped in a way that makes it seem really obvious it is a loop. There are just some things here and there that will help make the game feel polished and finished that I feel it is missing. Overall though great game, especially on the Nvidia Shield TV.
Uninspired story and gameplay. They reskinned Ravensword Shadowlands for this cash grab. The game is 2 hours long. If I had to sum it up in one word it would be "disappointment". It's a big open world with a whole lot of nothing, it's absolutely barren. Lots of GLARING problems with the game from a user experience standpoint. For example, if you don't grind monsters out in the field in order to save up enough credits for the gun upgrade ASAP, you can start a mission and be completely stuck because your gun is not powerful enough to kill the enemies. If the gun upgrade is THAT BIG of a deal, then the game should literally force the player to do it. The player should not even be able to go into the maintenance tunnels without an upgraded gun. Also, I ran into a gltch where one second I am talking to Rufus, then the next second it starts up a cinematic (that I had already completed) and warps me to a point in the game that I had already finished, I could no longer progress, and my game save was corrupted.
-Fixed issue with teleporters
-Fixed some minor texture issues
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