In the opinion of this software developer, the E.Y.E Divine Cybermancy game has all the requisite components including a great sense of atmosphere. The backstory is good, the missions are interesting, as is the history in-game, etc. Immersion level is good as well, the dark, brooding atmosphere is excellent, as you don't know if you are about to step off a ledge or not most of the time in the HQ... It all adds up to a stellar performance combining shooter techniques, roleplaying elements, and cyberpunk setting to make this game fabulous, even if it starts off slow. It picks up speed as the game progresses, but the only thing missing is the ability (I have noticed a trend here) to save a game at the current player location. Such as we had in Crysis 1, checkpoint saves with manual saves, which I like a lot and would hate to see the industry leave this model behind.
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