So is stealth even an option in this game? Because either I'm shit at this game or I've been playing it wrong
Stealth is possible but it requires a couple missions to be done in non-stealth format to get the money for the cloak implant, you also need to adjust the AI sliders for sight and sound detection as well as maybe reinforcement rate.
It's not meant to be stealthed though so don't expect high level stealth play. You may be able to amuse yourself for half the game by picking a character with high agility, hacking and upgraded cyber legs (let you move faster and reduces noise displacement).
I played on master difficulty where stealth was pretty much impossible. Enemies could track you by sound and always knew exactly where you were unless you were tiptoeing around at a snail's pace. However if you were invisible they just didn't attack.
I tried to sneak up on them and backstab a few anyway. Even if I successfully snuck up on an enemy, it would hear my sword swing and turn around before it landed, making backstabs impossible.
As >>278644372 said, you'd need to turn down the AI to really make that stuff viable.
but you won't be the same anon coming out
it's where you become a fucking man
>set difficulty to max
>load the free roaming Noctis Labyrinth map from the Temple
>go to the Space Pirate base
>headshot the nearby Deux Ex to death repeatedly
>bonus money/exp: also blow up the gunship that spawns around there
Stealth is merely a tool to complete your real objective.
>go to options
>go to AI settings
>change it to your liking or use a preset
You can change the AI to make the game more like a stealth game (low vision settings but high accuracy and damage).
Or you get good and just stealth with the standard AI settings.
It's Serious Sam with a stable engine and RPG elements. To boot it's on a shoe-string budget so you'd imagine they can scale up their production value and make solid gold that costs $30. I'll wait for the new Space Hulk before deciding whether or not they can actually manage a larger budget.
I tried stealthing as much as possible, but it's obvious that you need the cloaking implant or some levels to git gud. I'm planning on stealthing my second play through a lot more.
Don't listen to this fuck>>278645128
One of your default melee weapons is a cyber-katana that explodes shit on impact. Other than gunships and Deus Ex's, it can demolish every enemy.
you fags know that melee is literally the most op shit possible without completely ignoring scaling right
>discover a hidden vent in the very first area
>crawl along the vent for what feels like 20 minutes
>it just leads to the end of the level that you could've ran to in 60 seconds
>not jumping up and backstabbing Deus Ex's with your Damocles, instantly killing it
Melee weapons are entirely viable, but they are less efficient than guns.
If you're playing with friends that are using guns just expect not to get the lions share of the kills.
This. If you're not running around killing everything that moves, you're doing something wrong.
>that black shock wave coming out of a deus ex frm death
That depends on your friends, they might just be retarded (like one of mine).
>introduce friend to EYE
>he plays it like CoD
>equips SMG and walks around with iron sights at all times
>complains that the rest of us are leaving him behind and stealing all his skills
>Play with friends
>We spend most of the game dicking around and having a good time, teamkilling each other in hilarious ways
>Keep running out of Resurrectors
Any way to get infinite ressurectors? I enjoy having fun goofing around, but I also don't care for having to restart the level.
>Door hacks me back
This game is fucking weird. How do I git gud?
I dunno man, just do stuff until stuff happens.
THERE WERE LIKE 4 QUADRILLION JIAN MASTER AND I LEFT MY GRANADES AT THE ARMORY WHAT WAS I SUPOSE TO USE BESIDES MY HAMMER OF DEGENERATE SMASHING
What difficulty do you guys usually play in? I've started the game in hardcore and it's moderately challenging, but the fucking side mission bust my fucking balls. What's the recommended settings for solo of coop with 3~ish people?
>it's not a puzzle
>it's not even a game
>you literally just need to do the same operations over and over and rely on having a hacking skill higher than your target while praying they do useless things instead of undoing the thing you just did in a literally endless cycle
That's another thing. I keep getting
>You gain brouzuef
>Your legs are broken
>Your legs are okay
what the fuck is even going on
Pretty new at the game. What the fuck does that even man? There doesnt seem to be much difference when my legs are broken, and that seems to be the only thing in the game that breaks.
>First run play rooty tooty point and shooty with a friend
>For some fucking reason we don't realize there's an armory or you can buy spells and shit
>Next play through about a year later with same friend
>Melee focused with dat psi for Dragon
>At the end, have level 9 cyber legs and I'm running faster than sanic on PCP exploding every nigga I see
Holy shit I was playing the game so wrong, melee is the most fun shit you can do in this game.
brozouf is money, use it to fund research, purchase weapons and cyberware.
your legs will occasionally break, heal them with your medkit or by pressing "v"
You must break the cycle of guilt and transgression
>You must break the cycle of guilt and transgression
I got to the second mission I think. It's a shit city where I had to find some elevator, but all the waypoint system did was point me straight at a wall, with no elevator in sight. Pls help, I want to play this. There was a bandit guy hiding out in the second floor of a building not far from the helipad you start on if that helps.
acquiring the highest level assault rifle will give you a weapon that functions well as an SMG and Sniper weapon, especially if you make use of the fire mods.
Use of the damocles sword will allow you to cutthrough struem hordes with relative ease and can be paired with the double pistols to give you a sword and gun loadout.
Is this real? Or is it merely an illusion? Are you the wolf dining on a meal of human trachea or the serial rapist murderer bleeding out in the snow?
Ask someone who understands the story anything I even tried making a thread explaining everything leading up to the start of the game for you fuckers but naaaaah, you ignored it and let it die.
I've had that. I mean it's weird that my legs are the only thing physically breakable. I want some Deus Ex shit where you become more fucked depending on which body part. It's like the game is deliberately trying to be shitty in a charming way.
stop it anon, i'm scared
i think that's understandable.
how long is EYE? Are we talking 10-20 hours, or a solid 40 or so?
there's a ladder on the wall behind a dumpster, climb up the ladder. There should be an elevator inside.
your struggle is meaningless, humanity's hubris will lead to it's destruction.
>how long is EYE?
Entirely up to how well you play the game and how long you choose to take with the missions
To finish it you have to beat it 3 times
If you know what you are doing you can do a run in less than an hour, if you are just starting out it can take anywhere from 3-15 hours per run.
Looks like it's next up on my backlog, then. I started it, but once I finish New Vegas again I'll give EYE a proper look.
Has it got multiple endings or something?
make sure to wait until the med kit is around 30% or so or you pose the risk of harming yourself with it's use.
getting the hacking skill high enough will allow you to turn enemies into your loyal pawns.
Jian or Culter, bandit or federation. All is meaningless, and all will die.
I'm just astonished the whole game was based off a homebrew RPG game the creators were in.
Like, that must have been the craziest system ever.
Dan: Okay I slash him with my sword
GM:He explodes, you gain brouzouf
John: Whats brouzouf? What are we supposed to be doing?
GM: Your legs are broken
GM: Your legs are okay.
Alright, here I go again
Once upon a time, not too long ago, a man was born on a distant planet. From a young age, he witnessed the chaos around him, perpetual war between the Federation and Looters, too caught up in their own greed and selfishness to realise the coming Metastreumonic threat. He began to learn, to educate himself on the universe around him. During his journey of self discovery, he learned a powerful psychic technique - he discovered the Hypnotic Gate. With it, he pacified the masses. Entire planets became submissive and docile at his whim. His power gained the attention of the Secreta Secretorum.
Already being a powerful Psychic, the man was put into the EYE Elites which is where he met the man that would soon become his mentor. Dozens of successful campaigns, countless artefacts recovered, the man showed no signs of stopping. At his physical and mental peak, he continued to strive for more knowledge, more power, all in the name of the greater good. He quickly became his Mentor's favourite pupil and his perfect success rate earned him a promotion to the title of "Commander". The Mentor, finding hope in his pupil, decided to teach him an ancient and powerful technique. This is where the Commander learned 2 things - The Triangular Gate and the implication of a third great Psi power.
You can beat the game with shit combat stats if you are good.
Hacking is more skill level based in terms of success. Best general strat is overcharge 2-3 times and then attack 1-2 and debuff the enemy ai or buff yourself as needed so your attack is above their defense.
Yes it has multiple and one of them is difficult to get without being told where to go, the final one is just a bitch.
The Implication burned in the Commander's mind. Countless worlds excavated and not a shred of information discovered, Countless artefacts unearthed and not a single one old enough to have records of it. The Commander's thirst for knowledge began to eat away at his mind as he knew that the very archives he swore to protect from mortal eyes also had the information that he seeked. This is where the commander made his first big mistake. He sent his wife into the Temple catacombs. She was caught and, the Commander, having to keep his involvement a secret, had her eyes cut out.
He started to become erratic, less patient and his peers assumed he was grieving for his wife who had died due to the wounds inflicted upon her but no, the Commander's thirst turned into an unquenchable madness. He understood that there was no way he would be able to enter the catacombs again without being discovered and so, he asked himself "Where else would I be able to find such information"... He didn't have to look far as the Jians had a temple with the same set of archives. The Commander began to sow seeds to mistrust between the Culter and the Jians, allowing the divide to grow until he could spring his plan into motion. When enough subjects had been tricked into believing him, he initiated the next step. He enacted a purge on the Jian temple, looking for the whereabouts of the third gate. It cost him the life of his best friend, Huan Lo Pan but he finally found the information that he seeked so desperately. The third gate was in an underground temple on Mars
How does the difficulty change things in the game?
More damage? More health? Should I just play on normal?
Also is the coop experience the same difficulty as the solo experience? As in, is coop hardcore the same thing as solo hardcore?
He set out immediately, knowing that the Secreta would condemn him for his actions. He broke through the Federation and the Metastreumonic lines on the Martian landscape, delved deep into the depths only to find his Mentor had gotten there first. His Mentor attempted to talk the Commander down but after a lifetime of searching, the Commander had his sights fixed on that artefact. He pulls out his BK pistol and fires the entire clip into the Mentor's skull
Finally having the third gate, being able to control minds, control reality, control life itself, the Commander finally had a moment to himself in the silent Martian caves. His guilt had caught up with him, he realised he had done horrible things in the pursuit of his goal, shrugging them off as means to an end but no matter how powerful the gates had made him, he couldn't bring back his love, his mentor and his friends. Guilt-stricken, he attempted to concentrate and fix the mistakes he had done using the 3 gates but it backfired.
One more after this
The commander tries his absolute hardest to deny his actions. He convinces himself that he is not the man he has become, he did not kill his Mentor, he was never a Commander in the first place.
With the power to change reality, he convinces himself that he is an EYE Elite, simply having a bad dream after suffering from your first failure
No matter what you do, your Mentor will die and you will be led to ruin
Only by relearning the 3 Gates will you finally be able to come to grips with yourself
Only when you reach The End, just you, nobody else, the sun in the sky and waiting for the moment that you wake up
And that is the story of EYE Divine Cybermancy
I don't have any buddies, that's why I asked. Thanks.
>All this fanfiction
You didn't even talk about the story the three Synicles tell the player, or that The End is actually Rimanah finally escaping his cycles of guilt. It's a double edged sword however, in order to escape his guilt he had to isolate himself from everything else.
You think hackers in real life did a bioshock puzzle to take down the xbox/psn network
Did you read the whole thing?
I mention that The End is him waiting to wake up
The story that the 3 synicles talk about is what I summed up in the first post
Everything in the game is a fragment of his mind, in The End, it's only him so when he reaches The End, he's finally come to grips with himself
They certainly didn't
debuff attackbuff defense
debuff attackbuff defense
debuff attackbuff defense
for 5 minutes straight.
So your point is entirely null.
thats where you fucked up faggot, its counter productive
you debuff their attack, and by doing so, if they do try to undo the debuff they will lose defense.
you keep doing this until they have like 30 attack and fuckall defense and attack until you have fuckall attack
thats when you overload while throwing some debuffs every now and then
the best time to attack is right before they mask or shield
dont buff defense because its better to debuff attack, and getting rid of your defense while buffing attack is dumb
He's waiting there to wake up
That's the whole point
You reach the end and then, when you stop playing, the implication is that he woke up
The symbolism is pretty fucking strong though. He's isolated, Nobody else there at all, the sun in the sky, etc
Difficulty changes enemy damage and protections for captains/ranked enemies. You can play the side-missions on the hardest difficulty from the start but it'd be incredibly hard and quite frankly you'd need spawn locations, good RNG and require a good character roll at the beginning to have a chance.
Best thing to do is ALWAYS have heavy armor if you are doing the higher level difficulties early on. Minigun will be your friend as well. You will run slow as shit, but you will survive provided you have a medkit.
On the highest difficulty I sometimes find even the lowest level mooks pulling off headshots with shotguns, one shotting me through heavy armor and five levels of cranial armor.
>he discovered the Hypnotic Gate. With it, he pacified the masses. Entire planets became submissive and docile at his whim.
>powerful enough to mind control entire planets
>couldn't just use that power to hypnotize the temple guards into letting him in
The AI shields before overflowing as a rule, so excuse me for not knowing one of the buttons was literally useless and expecting to be governed by the same rule.
Still, even if I was doing it wrong, that doesn't make it /good/ at all. Hell, that's a testament to it being even more poorly designed.
It's right in the FAQ, you doofus.
>Infiltration without invisibility is, honestly, really tough. Possible, but hard (in a sense that without having played, nor perfectly understood the stealth mechanics, it's hard to master a perfect infiltration in a few hours).
Buffing defense isnt completely useless. Doing it as the start gives you an edge and allows you more leeway for debuffing the enemy. And in the case that you attacked too much and the enemy buffed himself a lot, buffing yourself and getting 30 defense does reduce a significant amount of damage and gives you more time for debuffing.
You are right, it isnt the best design but playing turnbased rpg combat inside of an fps makes me smile, therefore I like it.
>despite those pitfalls
>time getting good at
How I'd been hacking /literally/ required more skill and insight than the efficient check-list styled method that comes from knowing a move that has a /COST/ doesn't actually require you pay that cost.
Knowing this, the difficulty and intensiveness of hacking becomes effectively nothing.
You have a point. Still, I'd rather play mastermind or something than this. And it's not exactly turn based, more like action timed.
If the game was actually finished I guess uilds like those would be more rewarding or work better. That's a damn shame, I hope they'll continue their work for another EYE game
>Beaten the game like 15 times
>Still haven't finished researching bioregeneration
You can play multiplayer, high level characters are indistinguishable from hacked characters. Provided you can actually play the damn thing, I always died at the start of the round while the others played.
It's pretty consistant and interesting, no way you'll find all of this out by playing the game normaly though, it needs tons of work to figure that out. I think you could read it anyway
There are so many shitty homebrew RPGs with badly thought out rules. It's not that unique. I mean, most of the stats are straight up useless and/or redundant, researching is a badly ripped off from SS2, and most of the game is just grinding money to upgrade whatever..
Reminder: You're not a real Gray Master until you played the original EYE.
you can research for a cure for that penalty. in fact, some people try to deliberately get fatal wounds so that they can pay less in skill points for upgrades then cure back their fatal wounds to get their lost points back.
its pointless to me. I can only play the game in 1280 resolution without lagging and i dont like non fullscreen in my fps. I like fullscreen windowed borderless but i cant achieve that with my resolution
Been looking for a way to grind briefcases to get the last research options I'm missing. Here is one method I've found to be fairly reliable.
>Go to menu, Launch Temple HQ (solo)
>Starts you off right by the helipads
>Set difficulty to maximum
>Two temple guards there
>Go to armory next to you, buy bearkiller and Sulfatam, or melee weapons depending on your preference
>You should be able to kill one guard with a single headshot from the bear killer
>The remaining guard will aggro
>Either try to headshot him before he copies himself, or mow him down with your phallic chaingun
>Killing both should take less than 10 seconds
>1 out of 4 times, they'll drop a briefcase
>Once dead, menu, load temple HQ (solo)
>All aggro is gone, guards are back
>Rinse and repeat
It's a shit game. It's only popular on /v/ because it's permanently on sale for about $0.68 and people buy it for comedy value. Think Plan 9 from Outer Space or The Room. This is the vidya version.
I'm not talking about that one, I'm talking about the one in the level right after the first mission. There is a general you can bribe or kill for your mentor and in the same room is a lever that leads to
a Metastreum with a unique texture (skinless red) and you talk to him about metaphysics and shit. He can only be found in story mode though, but the lever can be pulled in cumstom mission as well.
That's the one I was talking about, you can link the three artifacts he talks about to the three gate spells required to reach the true ending (and escape the circle of guilt he speaks of).
Not lore dude, but probably am equally qualified.
The devs had different endings at one point in the game's release and one of them required you to get 10 out of 10 on all kladdum's ladder ratings for levels. To this day no one fucking knows what you actually have to do to do that and a lot of players were confused as to how they got that ending, citing complex series of events to unlock it during a section of the federal ending.
In the end the devs said that either no one or very few people had accomplished that ending and instead replaced it with the current, final ending. The devs placed that character there to hint at the true end and how to do it.
It's just a gameplay hint, no real lore implications outside of the confirmation of gate spell existence.
One thing I would add to that, the BOSCO is probably going to be one of your best weapons in the beginning. Silenced rifle with a scope, decent damage, 20 rounds per clip, good accuracy, low recoil for crit chains, its a great weapon. Pack a damocles for close up work, and you're golden.
Also, be careful about reloading. When you reload, you dump whatever ammo you had left in the mag, and load a new mag. So, lets say you had the above BOSCO, and have 15/20 rounds left, and you reload. You lose those 15 rounds. On some weapons like the bear killer (only 4 rounds per ammo slot), you can't afford to waste anything.
Also forgot, don't count out your katana, even if you are going a gun route. blocking with your katana creates a shield that blocks bullets at the cost of energy. In some areas, like the second level with the streets, it can be very handy to get past snipers to get a better position.
There was a dev post in a steam community thread which confirmed that they hadn't seen many/any people with the old true ending.
And the fact that people would supposedly get close to the final ending by killing certain friendly characters at key moments makes me wonder if that somehow influences kladdum's ladder ranking on a mission specific basis. All in all there are so many different rumors that I only believe things directly confirmed by the devs.
Honestly there's just a lot of stuff we will likely never know because half of the interest in the game is due to its mystery and the devs know that and withhold information intentionally.
Not many players even know that killing those small animals that don't attack anything and are non-hostil lowers your karma, which in turn increases the likelihood of fatal wounds on death. I think fewer know that you can block bullets with your minigun, like you would with a sword, by sprinting and holding RMB.
So, has someone tried to translate these or are they actual nonsensical gibberish?
I've been thinking about that too
I played this for the first time
What the actual fuck is going on? How do I get good? I just have so many questions.
The Sulfatum is great too, I BZZZZ'd through all levels up until Mars where I switched to BOSCO+444/Hunting Machine to deal with the hordes of Shocktroopers and Interceptors.
Also, the 010 SMG has a second firing mode. It goes at LUDICROUS SPEED.
kill enemies to acquire brozouf and gain EXP, upon leveling you can spend skill points to increase attributes and use brozouf to buy better cyberware, psionic abilities, weaponry, or research items
this action is empty it will not help assuage your guilt.
by playing the campaign mode you unlock side missions use "launch temple" from the main mission to grind side missions
the blood you shed cannot make you whole or turn back the cycle
when generating a new character it is best to use the "struem" genes as those provide the best overall stat boost, reroll until satisfied
your origins are irrelevant, failure is your only option.
modify the AI settings via the main menu, first set to custom, the enemy sight and sound detection to low. Everything else is a matter of taste.
this reality is delusion, only the gates are real
try to find a build that suits you, in general heavy armor works best. Remember you can hack yourself to reverse the ill effects of hacking
your mind is a plaything, but of whom and what?
well, I don't know half a shit about chinese (that's not japanese if someone was still wondering) and the little french and spanish I can understand from the clusterfuck of languages that they used seems to make some sense, so they might actually have put the effort into this aswell.
First research medkits
Buy cyber cloak and that power converter thing
Upgrade cyber legs first and don't bother with research until late
Only invest skill points to unlock weapons (like the 444)
Acquire Brouzouf, disregard Jian
I got this game cause of the praise /v/ gave it. How do I get into the game?
Anything I should know?
>yfw EYE wiki is just as ugly as the game itself
When you get to the first real area (everything looks green), go under the options menu to turn the spawn rate down one notch. Give yourself some time to get used to the controls. This is especially true in the area after that, the sewers. If your spawn rate is still up, I hope you have plenty of ammo and a damacles, and enjoy hugs! =^)
>the mission where you have to defend the guy hacking the console and enemies just spew out of the tunnels and book it for you
>playing with 3 people all in heavy armour and miniguns
I AM BECOME DEATH
Following >>278657986 is a good idea to start with. Personal recommendations are as follows.
Endurance is the best stat and has so many benefits I won't even list them here just get it for every character regardless of archetype, agility and strength are for movement speed, accuracy is just for gun unlocks doesn't reall affect gun performance increases, medicine is only needed above 30 if you are going to use psi powers, mental balance is almost useless outside of psi power requirements, hacking isn't an effective offensive measure and ultimately isn't very efficient, ad the psi skill is useful as more of a late game stat because the psi powers that require it high cost a lot of money.
During character creation pick the "metastreum" gene in all three boxes and hit "genetic fusion" until you get a character with mostly green stat values on the right hand side of the character creation menu. It's alright if some are red, choose some stats to not focus on (personal suggestion is mental balance, medicine, psi, or accuracy depending on gameplay style)
Playing on the hardest difficulty isn't the recommended thing for new players, in fact you may want to turn down the enemy spawning frequency and set the AI difficulty at a relatively normal level if you haven't already.
Research is important, go into your research menu and research the medkit first finishing this research will give you access to the medkit at armories (those black boxes). Set the # of scientists to 0 for all research. Chrome briefcases will be dropped from enemies and contain a semi-random research item. Most research items will give bonuses to stats, allow you to purchase weapons, allow you to purchase new implants, allow you to reach new upgrade levels for your cyber upgrades, or allow access to new research items.
Cyber legs is the best early game cyber upgrade to buy. Late game when you get access to the vitality converter implant upgrade adrenaline pumper or whatever the endurance one is called. If you really want to min/max save certain cyber upgrades for later because they give bonuses to attributes and upgrading those attributes when you level costs more the higher they are, while the cyber upgrades remain a constant price.
Almost all weapons/armor loadouts are passable in this game, if you're having a lot of trouble with difficulty I'd recommend grabbing heavy armor and a sulfatum (minigun) or HS10 (SMG) >>278652654 , or TRK heavy sniper rifle. The sulfatum/HS10 will clear normal enemies while the TRK is used specifically by players with low accuracy scores to take down Deus Exs and Interceptors. The BK .444 magnum is the best all around gun in the game because it is even more powerful than the TRK sniper rifle and has a pretty attainable set of stat requirements. Other good weapons that require high stats or a lot of research are hunting machine (sniper), exidium (heavy explosive launcher) and spiculum ovum (grenade launcher/shit that blinds other players).
Good melee weapons are the damocles and arrancadora. Both cause enemies to explode when you hit them with these weapons. I believe all melee weapons except the arrancadora can be dual wielded with a pistol if you want a more mid-range melee fighter.
But I am not his murderer.
This sweet thing here is, though.
Unknown facts and tips about E.Y.E :
-The Psi-clones and hacked slaves are telepath, they know where the enemy is and are most likely to hunt down the closest threat. Summon them behind the wall, command them to hunt and kill and they'll do all the work for you.
-You can use all Psi-powers and cybernetics while blocking with a melee weapon
-Using a psi-power mid swing will cancel a melee attack
-Master Deus Ex takes 2 triangular gates to kill, they aren't immune.
-You can get 2 gate in the same playthrough by being an assistant hacker and then a triple agent at the last moment.
-The grenade launcher has a full auto mode.
-If any of the affected stat reach 4 or lower, you're immune to any related fatal wound
-Casting Madness on summoned Carnos is surprisingly effective, they will ignore you as long as they have something else to kill
-Madness works more effectively when cast upon the backline of an enemy horde
-The Demon's Palm (sprint attack with a weapon) 's damage is energy dependent.
-You can break the final seal with Ghost
If you really want to try to wrap your head around the story, there's a text mod that makes it a bit easier to understand what's going on.
>replacing You gain Brouzouf with Kill confirmed
>new to the game
>try out the New Eden sidequest
>rolling around with the minigun, shit's great
>oh a Deus Ex, surely not a match for my trusty minigun OH JESUS FUCK IT'S A FUCKING CYBERDEMON
>can't run for shit because lol minigun with heavy armor
>lose 7 resurectors in a row
>their eyes turn red
Klaadum's Ladder was a rating /10 and it was damn near impossible to get because you had to beat just about every mission getting several dozen backstabs and barely being hit once
That one guy is basically a Metastreumonic representation of the player character
But seriously, fuck the original true ending
It was the most anticlimactic bullshit and getting enough backstabs on missions where the enemies instantly know where you are is damn near impossible
They also had some way of checking whether you were using different ways to kill enemies
So even if you killed them all with backstabs somehow, you still wouldn't get 10/10 because you were only using the sword
Thanks, I found some cave where I had to hack some comms antenna and 3 bandits attacked me, is that it or is there more? Also, what base with body bags? I don't remember that one.
>Playing coop with friends
>Reach blackout base level
>Turrets everywhere, dead silent, pitch black
we miss an objective so there are no objective pointers showing turret locations
>Turrets oneshot our heavy (me) so we're fucking playing this cautious as fuck, cloaker runs into room, spots turrets for me and calls out locations, I pop out of cover to take a shot and destroy a turret to slowly clear the pitch black base.
>Go down into even darker mines
>Crazy guy blathering about the darkness
>Sneaking through pitch black mines, we're all fucking quaking in our boots.
>A silhouette moves in the distance
>"Oh shit what's that"
>Lit only by gunfire we fight something that seems to be like 10 feet tall and screaming, squad morale broken, our lights are running around in circles and our mediums don't know where to shoot.
>I stand my ground, pull out my heavy shotgun
>Unload into the darkness and finally put down whatever the fuck it is.
>Squad groups up together and shines a flashlight on the corpse
>It's this nigger
Jesus fuck this game isn't normally scary but that one mission had amazing atmosphere, I can't imagine doing it alone.
What did the three Synicles say? I never found them and last time I looked on google it had nothing for me. Is this where you're getting the beginning from? Also, how the fuck did the Mentor knew there was a third gate if the only information about it was in forbidden archives?
Well, the Mentor knew about the Triangular Gate and seeing as he's one of the most experienced motherfuckers around, he probably was the one that added the information to the archives
The three synicles talk about basically what I summarised in my first post
They're on the Monolith level past the point where you rearrange the antenna
If you can't be bothered going through the campaign, just type map cm_Monolith in the console
If you visit the base between each mission of the campaign, you may find the mentor in the archive once. The three Gorgones are in Monolith (aka Hadley's Hope) in the lower levels, the one with the antenna's generator.
cc_Monolith, I mean
cc_falling, cc_dreams and cc_severed I believe. Do those 3 and you'll have all 3 gates in no time
It was pretty much the same as is in the game right now with one more mission to complete before the labrynth
Just imagine reaching The End after all the bullshit you have to pull to get a 10/10 ranking
Only to come out more confused
God fucking damn it. That kind of dialogue killed the game for me.
>super secret order of disciplined cyber-monks
>curse like fucking sailors and trash-talk like two bit mafia thugs
I can't remember what the map was called
In the EYE trailer, it's the one with the zombie-looking dudes that were replaced by Manducos
I'm pretty sure the map was cut but you might be able to see it if you get a pirated version of the game pre-Battle Royale expansion
They weren't super secret by the time the game happened, you can find recruitment posters for EYE all over New Eden. It's literally the first thing you see when you exit the spawn room. I wouldn't be surprised if the Culter Dei recruited among the looters.
>try playing this
>did a few of the optional missions to get a hang of the game
>first real mission, silent rifle and quietness is reccomended
>try and stealth my way through
>fail and have hordes of ass fuckers heading at me
>cant do any of the dialogue choices because i start talking to people and then people show up and kill him, or my clones do
>give up on it
>every time i try playing this i fail to stealth and talk to people
>according to this thread i wasn't meant to stealth or to talk to people
What? No, that couldn't be...
>Talking to looter and fed filth
>Realizing they are humans too with dreams and ambition
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