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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 February 2022
I've gone for a full re-do on my review, I think back to the honeymoon period when I was actually quite enjoying it but I'm now close to 200 hours into this, now some must be thinking wow 200 hours the game must be huge! Actually no, you can actually get the "point of no return" at about 50% but you also probably haven't done any side quests. Quests are literally "eaters" of time, why have a quest that is fairly simple to resolve when you can have your player traverse the map 4- 5 times with the result that you get something that is nigh on useless. There is an armour quest, remember that great suit from the first one? Well don't expect anything close to that, in fact I don't even know if I've ever had it on ! 4 different Armourers with between 3-5 quests for pieces & it's still useless & that about sums up the whole game! Upgrades is a lesson in futility, nearly every one of the good upgrades require the same parts so find the machine on the map, kill it hoping that you have managed to tear off the parts you need, because once it's dead, you get hee haw! If you are unlucky then you have to go away & then come back so that the machine re-populates! Be prepared to be "lectured" on LGBTQ+ issues, I kid you not, even with plenty of strong female leads we need the "boo hoo" that a certain tribe frowns upon same sex couples not to mention the tropes- effeminate trans guy anyone?
By far the most frustrating thing about the game, is the areas that you have to keep going back to, Firegleam- on no don't have that upgrade, blue vine - on no don't have that one either, aqualung for sunken areas.......on & on & on.
I just can't fathom how the developers could get it so wrong! Not to mention the "crashes", glitches, climbing debacle
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