Like most movies of the thriller genre when you go and replay the game you will likely find things you missed and understand things a lot more but even if you play it only once it does a good job of explaining everything and has a very satisfying ending (regardless of which one you end up getting).
The end result is a highly satisfying game with an engrossing story that delivers in creepy, emotional and thought-provoking moments that helps it stand out, especially with its more subtle presentation of morality in gaming.
W Get Even wystarczyło mi zaledwie kilka minut, by zanurzyć się w opowieść. . Klimat gry jest po prostu świetny, podkreślany przez genialną oprawę audio. Początkowo niełatwo mi było przyzwyczaić się do nagłych przeskoków do różnych wspomnień i lokacji, ale pod koniec, gdy wszystkie wątki zostały ze sobą połączone, a wiele wydarzeń pokazano w zupełnie innym świetle, przez długi czas wpatrywałam się w ekran z otwartą gębą :D
Klimat, klimat i jeszcze raz klimat. !!! Gra robi ogramne wrażenie emocjonalne. Mim. o że graika nie jest ja w grach AAA ale dzięki TEJ opowieści i TEMU klimatowi chcę się jej więcej . Leci 10 Z POLSKI.
The developers have created a very interesting world, and the brilliant atmosphere coupled with varied gameplay makes for a very worthwhile experience. Sure, some of the mechanics of Get Even could have been a little more polished or refined, and perhaps some players will be turned off by the intense surrealism employed by the game, but if you can look past that and stay for the ride, it's definitely worth it.
Get Even tells a devastating story that ends with a striking M. Night Shyamalan-like twist. Interestingly, it's the most crucial part of the entire story, and you see none of it. The visuals are left entirely to the imagination, which is unexpected and impactful. It is these kinds of powerful moments that emphasize Get Even's key strength--delivering a twisting narrative that is fascinating enough to make up for its lackluster gameplay elements.
Get Even had a good base of neat ideas, but the execution of the overall product is so poor that many areas feel unfinished. Combat is quite simply a disaster, the graphics look like they’ve been taken from a 2008 PS3 game, and the soundtrack crushes your enjoyment far too often. The plot may well grab your attention, but the act of actually playing Get Even is nothing but a chore.
im half-way there and was curious what others think, as i was mesmerised by this not-well-known game.
im quite shocked that people call this graphics bad, it has a filter on it and textures arent in very high resolution (especially annoying on the phone), but its far from '2008 ps3 game'
and plot is quite interesting and absorbing (so far)
the game feels something in between 'vanishing of ethan carter' and 'call of ctulhu dark corners of the earth' with more of the first one.
if you enjoyed any of above - go for get even, especially that it costs like 20$ now
O jogo consegue realmente lhe deixar intrigado no começo, sentir a tensão de suas escolhas.
Mas a história é o ponto mais importante do jogo, e é contata por vários e vários arquivos de texto e de áudio nada objetivos. São muitos arquivos de texto enormes para encontrar uma linha de palavras realmente importantes, outros não há nada de importante, mas como deve dar para imaginar pelo primeiro exemplo que mencionado, o jogador se vê obrigado a ler eles. Logo o jogo se torna enfadonho com muitas cenas apenas ouvindo arquivos de áudio e andando.
Em síntese, o jogo tem um ritmo muito lento, que leva o jogador a perder o ânimo de continuar.
I have mixed feelings about this game. It is not technically brilliant, but you can perceive the story has something interesting to offer. I have not managed to enjoy it, though; maybe it is just too complex to understand it in a single playthrough, as it usually happens with this kind of plots. It was not until I read a summary in the internet that I eventually saw the big picture of the story and how all the pieces work together. The truth is that, if you are unable to understand or enjoy this game's story, you will most likely not enjoy it, because gameplay is not particularly addictive.
What a wasted opportunity. So much potential spilled. Exciting story, but quickly gets so convoluted that you stop caring. The last third of the game I was so bored and confused I was struggling to get to the end. I'm curious about the studios next game, so much good work gets swallowed up by poor storytelling.
I wish I read the reviews from users first. This is my first review on here, and I'll say this game was so bad that it is the sole purpose I signed up to leave a review and warn people. Yes, it has a good story(so do **** I bought a game,or so I thought). The developers try to sell this as a shooter/survival horror game, it is a walking simulator. Period. You're so heavily discouraged from using any weapons or really doing anything except for walking from place to place to see a cutscene. Also, random note. Not ONE characters lips move for any talking parts (of which there are a ton) just looks and feels cheap. I paid 40cdn for this and I regret it so much. If you want a GAME, don't get this. I have yet to see a reviewer say "they pushed this game as a survival horror shooter, and it's a lie. You walk maybe do some puzzles, shoot nobody and walk some more." Seems to me a certain developer might be flooding the reviews with positive ones, just to make their money back on this ....playable movie? Rant over. Save your money!
SummaryCole Black wakes up in an old, abandoned asylum. He is confused and his sole memory is the attempted rescue of a teenage girl with a bomb strapped to her chest. With a strange technology fused to his head – used to read and replay human memory – Black travels into the depths of his own mind to discover the truth about his past. Every ste...