Surprisingly good game. Medieval the last of us... but not preachy and up it’s own ass
I really enjoyed this game. Was gutted there was no new game+ mode.
I played this on Game Pass for PC and really enjoyed it. Definitely worth £8.50 for those without Game Pass. I was pleasantly surprised. I rarely complete games from Game Pass but saw this through in a few sessions.
This was surprisingly a decent game, better then most of the AAA games I have played of recent.
It might be one of the "third" titles one month. For example they had The Turing Test on last week which is a similar price point and popularity as this? This is the sort of game I wouldn't mind trying if it shows up on a free service. Thing is it feels like I have way too many games to play being one of those mugs who subscribes to both PS+ and PS Now and also all those free games that dropped last month.
Really good game, story falls apart in the last third but besides that I couldn't recommend it enough at this price.
Brilliant game, would definitely stay clear if you have a fear of rats.
It really is that sort of game, isn't it?
Going to hold out a bit more, seems like a strong contender for Plus or Now this year.
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Alas, A Plague Tale: Innocence is now £21 on the Turkish store.
Indo would have made the cut but think they're on a different sale to the rest but can always shoehorn it in. Yeah I'll keep at it if I find the time, it doesn't take many minutes and helps when deciding where to buy. I've popped one on here before I think but have managed to make it a less time consuming task just copy and pasting joey's lists that are already cleansed to some extent, as opposed to the wall of data I was getting before. I'll start training for Wednesday.
Yeh they went off for a bit maybe the exchange rate came into play. Be interesting to see the comparison to Indonesia instead of the US as IMO the US sales are normally the worst. This gonna be a regular thing then ;) now I've downloaded Google Sheets on my phone (lol) Edit - just realised Indonesia tend to have a lot of different region specific titles on sale
Yeah, I did a little bit of messing with it to try and see if there was a clear winner. Based on a line in the sand arbitrary, games worth more than a tenner in the UK sale (to filter out some of the real rubbish) and a saving of at least 45% by switching region from the priciest of the bunch, 19 out of the 22 qualifiers are on the Turkish store (20 if you remove UK PS Plus - looking at you CarX Drift Racing Online). I'd actually started to think that the Turkish sales were getting a bit more lacklustre but maybe not.
Still solid work mate, I think the Foreign PSN account holders will thank you in unison (y) Highlights how cheap the Turkish store is aswell
It is, I've just checked. It says this on the game's page. You can play A Plague Tale: Innocence with Xbox Game Pass for Console, or buy it to own. I think you are thinking of The Dark Pictures Anthology. Little Hope is the second part.
Absoloubtely fantastic game all round.
Agreed, great game really bit of a sleeper hit. Didn't get the recognition it deserved.
Loved this beautiful game. Played it free on game pass.
That's 'Man of Medan', the 1st game in the anthology. This one isn't on game pass
It's very creative with the gameplay dynamics, where you control the main character and her brother simultaneously, which works well. It has great visuals and lighting, as well as a well built environment. I found the story to be quite weak overall, and the gameplay a bit repetitive. It's definitely worth a play through at this price if you enjoy story-driven action/adventure games and can look past its faults.
At first glance I always think this is Rogue One from the picture.
Right at the final part on this.Have really enjoyed playing it. Thought it would be good, but it has exceeded expectations. :)
@Sonofclara I will have a nosy thanks for the heads up
@hellachloe thank you I shall invest
Posted 15th Dec 2020Posted 15th Dec 2020
A Plague Tale: Innocence (STEAM) £10.79 @ Fanatical£10.79£39.9973% offFanatical Deals
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I played it on the Xbox Game Pass on a trial, which was about £3. Might still be in there? Stunning game. I thought I wouldn't like it as it's not open world and restricts movements. But one of the best plots and characters I've ever experienced.
Fantastic game. It's also on Game pass.
Great game! Started playing this with my wife. Will pick it back up when we have more time
New historical low for the PC version, as far as I can tell.
I still have my non disposable visa. Can i use that?
They change regularly based on region, you may be a couple months with mastercard but it'll eventually change back to visa. Keep checking. Same happened to me, I'm from Portugal. Managed to go through support and recover my non disposable visa. Give it a try.
Ah that might explain it sorry, a couple of other people Ireland have spoken about similar issues with the MasterCard
Posted 19th Nov 2020Posted 19th Nov 2020
A Plague Tale: Innocence (PS4) Ex-rental £17.99 delivered @ Boomerang via Ebay£17.99£21.8518% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Not that many available but decent price for a physical copy and well worth a play through (imho) Follow the grim tale of young Amicia and her little brother Hugo, in a heartrendin… Read more