Past Cure - PlayStation 4
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- Past Cure is a dark psychological thriller that blurs the lines between dreams and reality.
- An intense, cinematic, story driven experience, blending stealth and combat gameplay.
- Players are challenged to use an array of skills varying from powerful time bending mental abilities to brutal melee combat and stealth kills.
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After his years of torture, ex elite soldier Ian lives in the safe house of his brother, struggling with the consequences of the military experiments he was put through. They twisted his mind, imbued him with preternatural mental abilities such as time control and telekinesis. Driven by hallucinations and his thirst for revenge, Ian enlists his brother's help as he sets out on a thrilling hunt for the perpetrators of the conspiracy against him, and for the truth underlying his torment. On his missions Ian experiments with his new powers, quickly coming to realize their inherent danger: with each use, his sanity frays a little more, inviting the nightmarish attention of something beyond reality.
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The games story is quite interesting. It's very cinematic and very story driven. It's a good a thriller. It's not really like any one other game. It's a good mix of others and styles and attempting something new. A lot of reviewers complain about the combat mechanics. That's crap. Most people are have gotten lazy in that games are forgiving now and allow a lot of button smashing during combat. This require intentional precision. It's not hard, just older style and takes some adjustment. Spend a few minutes in the tutorial honing the mechanics and then it's great. Bullets are not infinite, be careful and shoot well. Porcelain men the dream sequence need to be shot but you really have just enough bullets for the sequence with a few mistakes. If you aim poorly this game is brutal. It's way more satisfying than a lot of triple A titles that have been coming out. It's daring and unique.
The voice actors are definitely German so they accents are a bit odd but not bad. Although Ians actor has little emotion it's not that big of a deal.