After the PC version, it is time for our Xbox One videos of Dying Light: The Following - Enhanced Edition, thanks to the code the Xbox Network sent us. Because The Following is not advised to players under level 12 and we didn't play the game on Xbox One last year, we were only able to capture the very beginning of the DLC. That being said, since it is called Enhanced Edition, we also took the liberty to record some gameplay footage of the original adventure for those wanting to spot the few differences with last year's release.
You'll note that our 2 FPS videos of the Following are radically different from one another. The first one was captured after we launched the game normally and the frame rate was pretty smooth overall. The second video was recorded after turning off the console without quitting the game. The Instant On feature allows to start the game exactly where you stop, unfortunately, with The Following, it simply kills the frame rate, making the game barely playable at times. It is clearly not acceptable and we hope Techland will do what is necessary to correct that bug in the very near future.
@aphex187: Exactly man. I would be very ok if they go this way from now on, but they want because they simply just can't all be R-rated. (1 Hour ago)
@Moonwalker: These R-rated super hero movies is what the genre needed and Logan is a testament to that! FOTY so far for me. (1 Hour ago)
I spent way too much time reading about Amiga mods tonight. (1 Hour ago)
@Sdarts: Yup. Oh and I can't forget to mention how dark it is, and that story, real nice. The dynamic between Jackman and Stewart was superb too. (10 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: I'm glad you enjoyed it. And yes, Wolverine in the comics was always bloody, savage and ruthless. Something the previous movies never did, probably to stay PG-13 - suitable for teens. (10 Hours ago)
@digi_matrix: Looking very forward to it. But no spoilers please. Now I know I will most likely cry at the end. (Which is never a bad thing.) (10 Hours ago)
@droezelke: No problem, in games like Edith Finch what's most important is story, characters and world settings. It's like movies or a very short TV show/mini series, gameplay isn't as important. (10 Hours ago)