I'll take a short, but fun immersive experience over a drawn out turd any day, and The Order: 1886 definitely sells you on that point. Was it a let down realizing HOW short it was? Of course, but with the way the plot and lore were introduced and how it ended, how could one NOT get the sense that this would be anything other than a new series? I personally hope it gets picked up for one, because the created world by itself completely hooked me.
I need the chance to kill Lord Hastings!! However, I have heard that RAD has parted ways with Sony.
I felt a little bored a couple of days and decided to pop "The Order" in and give it another play through and boy, am I glad that I did! The last time I played it was last April (?) and I completely forgot what a gorgeous game it is. For me, it's by far the best looking game on the PS4. Plus, when you couple the amazing graphics with the engaging story, you end up with one heck of a game. "The Order" is probably the most underrated game of the 2015.
If you haven't played this game in a while, or never at all, then do yourself a favor and throw it in the PS4 and rediscover, or discover, just what a cool game it is.
I agree. The game was great and very immersive w/ pretty good combat and cool weapons. When people say TO 1886 was short,... wasn't Tomb Raider(remake) for the PS 4 shorter? I thought it was. You never got off that small island. I remember thinking playing the game, is that it? We never go on to another place in this Tomb Raider? Don't get me wrong, I loved the new Tomb Raider. I just thought it was shorter than TO 1886. Personally, I feel great when I beat any game, anyway. Really, I feel better beating a game, than getting stuck or lost in a long game and never beating it.
I don't like being that guy, but this is a definite "wait till it hits plus" game. If you want a game that: flew under the radar: has a narrative focus: was well received, go for Until Dawn. One of my favorite games of last year and caught me completely by surprise (and I consider myself within the gaming "it" crowd).