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Re: An Introduction from Ready At Dawn

Jun 4, 2014

This game and the next Uncharted will hopefully fill my thirst for third person shooters. 

 

This game is looking great and will be a day one buy. 

 

I'll shoot you a friend request, @OneLetter

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I'm looking forward to playing this game. It's going to be a day one purchase for me too!!

Can you tell us a bit more about the melee system please?

Does it always work like  the demo showed back in february or  it has a bit of  Uncharted/TLOU melee?

Thanks !!

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Jun 5, 2014

AKyemeni wrote:

This game and the next Uncharted will hopefully fill my thirst for third person shooters. 

 

This game is looking great and will be a day one buy. 

 

I'll shoot you a friend request, @OneLetter


 I'm really looking forward to the next Uncharted as well. Haven't seen much past the announcement, but there are parts of Uncharted 2 that will stick with me for a long time. 

 


ABDI-75 wrote:

I'm looking forward to playing this game. It's going to be a day one purchase for me too!!

Can you tell us a bit more about the melee system please?

Does it always work like  the demo showed back in february or  it has a bit of  Uncharted/TLOU melee?

Thanks !!


 I can't comment on anything that specific just yet, but we'll eventually build a FAQ and show off more of the game down the road.

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Jun 6, 2014
Looks interesting. I look forward to hearing more about The Order: 1886.
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Jun 6, 2014

 Hey J,

Just wanted to say you guys did some amazing work with the PSP God of War titles ...especial Ghost of Sparta (I didn't think the psp could put out visuals like that.)

 

The Order is easily my most anticipated game and I was wondering if you guys had any plans on releasing a conceptual artbook? l eat that stuff up. 

 

Good luck with the game.


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Jun 6, 2014

I'm glad that there's a community manager for this game. Welcome @OneLetter !!!

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Jun 6, 2014

Looking forward to playing this. 

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Jun 30, 2014

TomatoDragon wrote:

 ... I was wondering if you guys had any plans on releasing a conceptual artbook? l eat that stuff up. 

 


There is a 22 page art book within both the CE and PE versions of the game. I do not have confirmation yes or no on a larger, standalone book, but I'm sure our art team would like to do one if possible. Smiley Wink

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Jul 8, 2014

hey J,

 

I wasn't really sure about The Order 1886, but that demo at E3 was pretty awesome (although not really heavy on gameplay, but whatever, I play games mostly for the setting and story anyway), I have no PS4 yet, I hope I can buy one for inFamous Second Son, inFamous First Light, Little Big Planet 3, The Order 1886 and obviously Uncharted 4 a Thieve's End, so I hope I can buy this game on release date, but I don't know if I have the money by then Smiley Sad

 

anyway, to be honest I didn't really liked the gameplay against the rebels, the weapons were unique, but I thought the AI looked pretty weak, and also there is only so much AI can do, shooting humans is shooting humans if you ask me, it's definately not a reason for me to buy a game, however, like I said above, I loved that scene in the E3 demo in the basement where you encountered that half-breed (Lykan?), but now I was wondering (and I doubt you can answer this at this point, but I'm going to try it anyway Smiley Wink ) how much of the game will be about the rebels, and how much will be about the half-breeds? if I look at The Last of Us for instance I really loved the parts against the infected, but I didn't really enjoy fighting the normal humans/hunters/soldiers, sadly the game was more about fighting those than fighting the infected, so I was wondering how that would be in The Order 1886 Smiley Happy

 

 

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Sep 12, 2014

Hello and thank you for readin my post! It's an honour Smiley Very Happy

 

So what I have for you today is a 'Future Review' of The Order: 1886 that I've gone ahead and written. This is a review from the future that I've brought back to the present day to show you and Ru and Andrea and the rest of the Ready At Dawn Team!

 

Please enjoy, and let me know what you think!

 

http://iseeaplace.com/2014/09/12/the-order-1886-review/

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