Fakk, you guys put me in a serious couch co-op confusion with RE5 and RE6! :lol
I might get RE5, and if by the end of the week it's fun and games then I'll get RE6.
I'd like to know as well, tons of people saying if was a letdown but I've never researched a lot why since I don't want to have the story spoiled by mistake.
Quite the opposite. Outlast 2 is open (cornfields, villages). The arenas are large but there is only one entrance and exit, making it an exercise of frustration trying to navigate. I much prefer the well paced gameplay of Outlast and Whistleblower.Can someone tell me if Outlast 2 is worth it or not?
I liked the first game... But from what I heard this one sounds a bit more... linear? That isn't to say Outlast 1 was open but from what I gathered this sounds like your always being chased down relatively linear paths rather than having moments of openess to 'explore'.
Cause I also wonder if it's really worth it after playing RE7 which hits a (somewhat) similar setting but with more gameplay. Should I just wait for the DLC for that?
I had some popin at the start of the forest areas as well, and I am on an OG PS4.Ok, Bought and played Edith Finch for an hour. The game has been updated to 1.01 and the new patch mentions performance fixes. So far, the time I've played, besides some obvious LoD popin at the start of the forest area, the controller response seems perfectly fine.
It looks like they fixed or reduced the frame pacing related issues.
But it still looks a bit muddy on the PS4 Pro on a 4K TV, guessing the base resolution is still 1080p.
RE5 is overly long and lacks RE4s charm. It has its fans due to the coop focus.
RE6 might be more your cup of tea since it has separate campaigns and a number of control schemes for you to choose from
Buy RE5 and completely ignore RE6. Keep in mind (and you can verify), I platinumed RE6 on PS3 AND PS4. It's The Room of videogames. It's good because of how shitty it is. RE5 is the best co-op campaign ever IMO. If you felt RE4 dragged on too long, well it's a 15 hours long game. RE6 is at least 30.
RE5 and 6 are fantastic if played co-op.
6 is pretty long though, which I enjoyed.
I had some popin at the start of the forest areas as well, and I am on an OG PS4.
I purchased the game on this sale and I like it. It is very engrossing and played all the way through in one sitting. My only problem with the game is the fact it ends so quickly, as I wanted it to continue. Other than very short length the game is really good.
How is Resident Evil 4 on PS4? Does the increased resolution help the game or hinder it graphically speaking? I know some older games tend to look worse with increased resolution.