Generation Zero

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  1. ChinoPD

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    I just found this, mildly hyped but my gaming mojo have been at their lowest lately so more than likely not going to get it. Who knows. Pre-purchase available now, but most of you should know what to do:




    Welcome to 1980’s Sweden. The local population has gone missing, and machines of unknown origin roam the streets. Explore this vast open world to unravel the mystery of the invaders, perfect your fighting strategies and prepare to strike back. In Generation Zero, living is winning.

    • Survive in a Hostile Open World: Take on missions and challenges throughout the open world to unravel more of the mystery, while scavenging for weapons and supplies to help you stay alive

    • Get Ready. Then Fight Back: Tactfully combine weapons, skills and equipment, to lure, cripple, and destroy your enemies.

    • 1-4 Player Seamless Multiplayer: Play alone, or team-up with up to three friends as you collaborate and combine your unique skills to take down enemies.

    • Stealth and Strategy. Co-Operate to Live: Some enemies are too powerful to attack head-on, which is when you should adopt stealth tactics by moving silently, exploiting the enemy’s senses and using the environment to your advantage.

    • 1980’s Nostalgia: Among the loot, you will find outfits and hairstyles to recreate your favorite 1980s style to take on the machines in style.
    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    • MINIMUM:
      • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
      • OS: 64bit OS - Windows 7 with Service Pack 1
      • Processor: Intel i5 Quad Core
      • Memory: 8 GB RAM
      • Graphics: nVidia GTX 660 / ATI HD7870 - 2GB VRAM / Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics 580
      • Storage: 35 GB available space

    • RECOMMENDED:
      • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
      • OS: 64bit OS - Windows 10
      • Processor: Intel i7 Quad Core
      • Memory: 16 GB RAM
      • Graphics: nVidia GTX 960 / R9 280 - 4GB VRAM
      • Storage: 35 GB available space
     
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  2. walker_2003

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    a mate told me about this, it looks amazing.

    I hope they pull it off.
     
  3. oculi

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    I like the idea of persistent enemies, spawning is something i've come to accept, but i've never liked it.
     
  4. Zabba

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    Nothing says stealth like golden MC hammer pants
     
  5. shippuuden

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    I saw some youtubers who had early access to this a while ago, it didnt look very good back then but hopefully now its better, it was super buggy and glitchy, and also had a very very short campaign.
     
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    They must be entirely focused on making Rage 2 the best game it can be... lol.
     
  7. Madengineer

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    So... you have no idea what an early access game is? You have no idea that a new game in early access would be buggy and glitchy? People like you that complain games are buggy and glitchy in an alpha/beta are absolute idiots and don’t deserve to play an game. Ever.
     
  8. shippuuden

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    All i said was the game didnt look that good, So calm the fuck down mate. so sick of little shits like you on this forum.
     
  9. Madengineer

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    'it was super buggy and glitchy'. What the fuck is that then mate? What the fuck do you expect for an early access title? So sick of little shits like you on this forum.
     
  10. shippuuden

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    Yeah not all EA games are super buggy and glitchy, this has already been discussed in the ATLAS threads, why do you want to derail this thread? honestly, stop being a retard.
     
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    Complains about EA game being glitchy and buggy,
    Gets called out for complaining about EA game being glitchy and buggy,
    Complains about getting called out,
    Complains about discussing EA in a thread about a game that is EA.

    Solid 5/7.
     
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  12. shippuuden

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    Is there an unspoken rule about calling out games that are bad IN EA? as i said 100 times, but you obviously cant read. there is no rule that says an EA game has to be trash upon release.
     
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    But it isn't released, its EA. ??

    If it was fully released, it wouldn't be EA anymore...

    I'm sure there are some games that went through EA and came out fine, but I can't think of any off the top of my head right now.
     
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    Some games and their steam ratings.


    -The Forest (Very Positive)
    -Subnautica (Very Positive)
    -Insurgency Sandstorm (Very Positive)

    All had big issues in EA and all great games now.

    Games that suck in EA and suck at release (bug/optimisation wise)

    -Ark (Mixed)
    -ATLAS (not 1.0 yet but it will suck) (Mostly Negative)
    -DayZ (Mixed)
     
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    This just released. Now the waiting game: reviews. :thumbup:
     
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    common theme, pretty, and empty, boring world with lots of assets used multiple times.
     
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    Discouraging for sure. Thank you Ubisoft. LOL.
     
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    Yeah, the reviews aren't very positive. Looks like it has some significant, critical flaws around AI and the game is allegedly far too friendly with loot.
     
  19. DangerMaus

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    So just like the rest of their games, lol. Guess that's what you get when the studio is working on JC4, Rage2 and this at the same time.

    Did I miss something? What has Ubisoft got to do with this game?
     
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    Ubisoft taught me the lesson of never pre-ordering any game, ever. For every time I get hyped about a game that hasn’t yet been released, then ends up being a subpar product on release, I make sure I thank Ubisoft for that valuable lesson.
     
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