In Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times, you will lead your warriors across a war torn land and into dungeons for wealth and glory! Swing swords, fire arrows and cast spells as you fight through the denizens of Chaos that threaten the Warhammer world. Success in battle is rewarded with new weapons, armours, skills and treasure.
AC7 Impressions after 30 minutes. So far, so damn good! Bandai brings it home with another great port. Easily maintain 4K/60FPS with all graphics settings cranked. (8700k, 1080ti)
Don't even need new drivers. I'm still on 417.22 from Nvidia. Watching Afterburner my frametimes were a long flat line at 16.7ms. Which is ideal for 60FPS, no? They support Windowed, Fullscreen and Borderless. Resolution scaling. All kinds of options to play with. I think my only disappointment was that the only AA options are FXAA... but at the same time when you're in Aircraft moving super duper fast things tend to be a blur anyway!
Gah, I can't wait to play more tomorrow!
FunktionJCB In the end, I didn't even have to restart Steam. As soon as it was done downloading, my DLC tab showed up with all 4 already downloaded. I restarted Steam anyway just to be safe, and then the achievements popped up. As for your problem, uh, I hope you don't end up having to redownload it.
I'm really tempted! But I have plans for early tomorrow that really really shouldn't be interrupted by potentially oversleeping due to staying up too long. (Sometimes if I'm super sleepy I will somehow ignore my alarm >_<)
I have no idea how the PC port will be since I finished it on PS4, but it's real good. I'll give some quick pros/cons just to hopefully sell anyone on it:
Really solid map variety, places never feel stale.
Objective "gimmicks" so to speak come and go at a steady cadence, so none feel too overused
Gorgeously rendered planes as usual with some nice fan-favorites.
The usual set-piece battles are in place, and feel great.
The usual "rookie-to-ace" storyline is subverted a bit (which you'll know from the trailers if you watched them) , in a way I really enjoyed.
There are some great callbacks to previous games' stories and characters.
The story theme is a little on the nose at times, but overall it's quite enjoyable, even if it is a little bit of "Macross but with just plain, regular planes."
Great OST as expected from AC.
Multiplayer is actually surprisingly fun.
Difficulty spikes in the campaign can be easily mitigated by grinding out some quick cash in said multiplayer.
If you're not familiar with Strangereal, some of the deeper story callbacks might go over your head.
There are some insanely annoying difficulty spikes. As I mentioned above, the game's one saving grace in this regard is the money you can earn from multiplayer, which can easily let you grind what you need in a few matches if you get stuck. I think I was getting around 70,000 for a loss and 100,000 for a win (low-end planes cost around 100-200k, mid-tier cost around 300-600k, and upper-end planes cost 900ish). I enjoyed the multiplayer so much that the money I made from those matches made it so I didn't actually hit a difficulty spike until around halfway through the campaign, but some people hit one way earlier (I think I saw Mission 6 as a frequent complaint).
Similarly, the checkpoints are pretty horrible, and there were a few times I saw 10-15 minutes of progressed trashed because I died.
While the plane variety is mostly great, some people felt like the game could have used a few "weirder" plane variants. Didn't bother me, but just something I've heard people say.
ALSO TO ANYONE PLAYING THE GAME TONIGHT: DO NOT PLAY WITH THE DEFAULT/NOVICE CONTROLS. THE GAME IS MISLEADING (WHICH SEEMS TO HAVE LED TO SOME REVIEWS DINGING THE CONTROLS) BY SUGGESTING THAT OPTION, WHEN IT'S PRETTY TERRIBLE. JUST CHOOSE THE EXPERT CONTROLS, IT'S WHAT THE GAME IS MEANT TO BE PLAYED WITH. They're not that hard to get used to if you're a newcomer, and it's worth learning over suffering the novice controls.
AC7 port seems fine, on the first mission at least I get ~120 fps on a GTX1080 paired with an old i7 3770K maxed at 1440p.
Not too many graphics options but a few like disabling the reflections should give performance boosts if needed.
Loading is pretty short even on a HDD and it's nice to see the replays are in this
I didn't try my joystick yet. played with a gamepad, but the configuration screen was a bit worrying as it seemed to show the officially supported on consoles hotas specifically with what each input does. hopefully you can custom bind anything regardless of your device or combinations of devices you want to use.
Agarest begins with a hero, who at birth, was given a difficult task in defeating the Archdemon. The society revolves around the mythos of Yiris, the Larva commonly known as the Sacred Princess, who blessed the world and fell in love with a human. Martyred for her love, she was then punished by the heavenly creator. The Archdemon arrived soon after, and Yiris’ lover pledged to destroy the evil Archdemon with the infamous Ciel Blade, a sword of rainbow.
A Hero, or Chosen One, is trusted to produce an heir that can at last put an end to the Archdemon once and for all.
True Love Waits - Begin the story as the first generation protagonist Rain, where players will have the chance to choose from various bachelorettes. The story's path will change depending on the girl you choose! The story extends through two generations with each new protagonist inheriting stats and abilities from their parents.
Up-Close and Personal - The Unification System allows players to unlock special interactive CGs when reaching a certain Heart Level with your love interest. The higher the Heart Levels, the more intimate the experience! Earn your partner’s trust for your chance to inspect your partner’s pleasure spots that will ultimately unlock new abilities and weapons!
Class Is In Session - Assign your party members as an Attacker, Defender, Supporter, or Conductor. Choose to upgrade a specific class for your character to unlock multiple strategic opportunities!
Custom Kawaii Outfits For All - Craft various outfits for your party members by using items picked up from enemy forces and the local shop! Check yourself out in a 360 degree viewable gallery!
One nice thing about the new Agarest launch is that if you own the previous Agarest games you can buy from the bundle pack and it will apply a discount for every Agarest you already own. This allowed me to pick up the new one for just $10.
As much as I detest the whole 'nobody reads the first post' thing, these threads have become for us a place to gather and discuss stuff. We learn of various games released over time by posts in this thread and furthermore, we get various impressions from users on games over time as well.
There's no need to follow MRORANGE's format simply because that's the format one is used to. Non the less if others feel that there should be recommendations, I surrender to majority vote