CONTROL Xbox One
- Control is played from a third-person perspective, and is built using Remedy's proprietary Northlight Engine, which was first used on the company's previous title Quantum Break.
- The Service Weapon can be upgraded throughout the game via a skill tree; in order to gain new powers, players must locate various Objects of Power
- s the player unlocks new abilities and clearance throughout the game, new areas of the Oldest House can be explored, opening various side-quests.
- Region/Version: EUR
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The game revolves around the Federal Bureau of Control (FBC), a secret U.S. government agency tasked with containing and studying phenomena which violate the laws of reality.
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The game can be frustrating. I set it aside once I got past the Central Executive as I was frustrated with my lack of ability to get further. You do have to stop and think and pay attention to what the characters are talking about. It's all part of pulling you into the story. It does get tough, again max out your launch ability, I can't stress this enough. If you don't, you'll quite in frustration. You'll be killed in seconds on the later levels without it at full power; especially the Bosses... I was stuck many times. It is not always clear what to do next, but if you stay with it you won't be disappointed.
I was a huge fan of the creepy atmosphere, the Thresholds Kids videos were great; creepy as hell as were the rest of the videos. The whole vibe of the game is super creepy, which is great. It's part Half-Life, part Suffering, part Alan Wake (atmosphere). Once you get to the Research and Containment levels and eventually get your Levitate ability, it's worth it. The Ashtray Maze is one of the best pieces of game play I've played through ever, in my opinion. It's that good. At the same time, the final Boss is tough....but don't let that discourage anyone from buying this if you love horror themed gaming. This game took several months of on again and off again play to finish. There's no way a rental could do it justice.
The only thing that I wish this game had was a difficulty setting. I wish I had the ability to dial down the difficulty in the later sections. I would have done so for sure. It's frustrating in that you'll want to get further to see more of the story, but not be able to due to difficulty. It has a really great story which kept me coming back, despite the difficulty...