Originally Posted by Silent Scone
You would have complained if you were struggling to pass the enemies undetected, guaranteed. It's very story driven more than mechanic. If you can't see that, then it explains why you're picking holes in it.
I am not saying SOMA is a bad game, but there are parts that the team could have improved. I found the story interesting (whole reason I bought it), but the enemies where a bit, well, the same from Amensia. Compare to the Penumbra series the logic puzzles are highly lacking. I actually like the devs and their games. I just think they could done better in certain areas like the puzzles.
I think what pisses me off most about the enemies. None really spook the crap out me like the invisible stinkers in Amnesia or that freaking worm in Penumbra. Though, the wolves made me fear them when I found out crowbar did not kill them permanently.
Also, you must not seen my last sentence in my post.
Still not a bad game, still enjoy the story part and atmosphere. Just think they could done a few parts better.
They definitely up the their skills in those two areas. I actually enjoy the interaction between the two characters.
I will say this, one of the few games where I looked all over the place for bits on the story. I wonder if any of ya noticed that Johan Ross was watching you from the dark when going to light to light trying to avoid the fishes.
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