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What I do like about the game albion online

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So far, what I do like about the game:

Styx's powers are fun (e.g. creating and controlling clones)
Most levels are quite open, offering multiple paths and optional objectives
Some environments can look quite nice and creative, Styx's character model looks cool
Decent stealth, focusing on light, shadow and sound
Interesting story and lore/universe albion online gold , once you get into it
Has co-op mode, which sounds awesome but I've yet to try

Now, what I don't like about the game:

Slow start
Game seems unpolished in terms of some graphics (other character models look awful) and game play mechanics
Climbing can be a huge pain in the arse, not as accurate as other games like Assassin's Creed or even Uncharted
Enemy A.I can be very strange at times - can be downright abused, or quite difficult
Questionable mechanics, e.g. a stealth game that won't let you close doors once they've been opened
No way to dispatch enemies by non-lethal means, e.g. can't knock them out
Occasional bugs, e.g. the boss cheap albion online gold fight mentioned above
The game's writing - the writers tried way too hard to make Styx funny, often breaking the forth wall by talking to the player, making references to the game itself ("I gotta talk to the writers about this one"), and making a lot of pop culture references. Very hit and miss
BY here now... well done, so thanks!



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