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Be warned of spoilers, due to the game's heavily emphasis on plot and plot twists.

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Be warned of spoilers, due to the game's key focus is on one's perception of reality and thus it has a heavily emphasis on plot and plot twists.


Be warned of spoilers, especially since the game was recently released.

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Be warned of spoilers, especially since due to the game was recently released.
game's heavily emphasis on plot and plot twists.

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* TapOnTheHead: Averted hard. Stealth takedowns (which generally involve chokeholds and the like) are still counted as kills by the game's KarmaMeter. If you want the good ending, you'd better be good at completely ghosting through stealth games.


* YouBastard: Play the game like a standard first-person shooter and the game will rather {{Anvilicious}}ly call you a complete psychopath. This really isn't helped by the fact that the stealth gameplay the game's plot ''wants'' you to use instead is incredibly simplistic and janky.

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* YouBastard: Play the game like a standard first-person shooter and the game will rather {{Anvilicious}}ly call you a complete psychopath. This really isn't helped by the fact that the stealth gameplay the game's plot ''wants'' you to use instead is incredibly simplistic simplistic, hard, and janky.


Genre-wise, the game features heavy elements of EnviromentalNarrativeGame combined with StealthBasedGame with some modest usage of horror elements. While the game does contain first-person shooter gameplay, it's not the main focus of the game (weapon loadout is fairly limited, as is enemy variety) and is also heavily discouraged by the game's plot and characters.

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Genre-wise, the game features heavy elements of EnviromentalNarrativeGame EnvironmentalNarrativeGame combined with StealthBasedGame with some modest usage of horror elements. While the game does contain first-person shooter gameplay, it's not the main focus of the game (weapon loadout is fairly limited, as is enemy variety) and is also heavily discouraged by the game's plot and characters.

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Genre-wise, the game features heavy elements of EnviromentalNarrativeGame combined with StealthBasedGame with some modest usage of horror elements. While the game does contain first-person shooter gameplay, it's not the main focus of the game (weapon loadout is fairly limited, as is enemy variety) and is also heavily discouraged by the game's plot and characters.


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* YouBastard: Play the game like a standard first-person shooter and the game will rather {{Anvilicious}}ly call you a complete psychopath. This really isn't helped by the fact that the stealth gameplay the game's plot ''wants'' you to use instead is incredibly simplistic and janky.

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* KarmaHoudini: In the end, [[spoiler: Rose]] never faces any legal consequences for her role in the kidnapping and bombing, and makes a big deal about how everything seen in the Pandora device is completely inadmissible in a court of law. However, [[spoiler: Grace is at least able to fire her.]]


* AKA47: The Cornershot is known as the [=CornerGun=], developed by Advance Defense Strategy (ADS).

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* AKA47: The Cornershot [[AluminumChristmasTrees Cornershot]] is known as the [=CornerGun=], developed by Advance Defense Strategy (ADS).

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* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: The [=CornerGun=] is a pretty awesome piece of equipment, its ability to peek and shoot around corners and above cover can make battles and stealth missions into cakewalks. Unfortunately, Red will disapprove of Black killing his enemies. [[spoiler:If Black kills too many people then Red/Robert Ramsey will choose to kill Black in the ending.]]


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* DreamWithinADream: [[spoiler:The memory missions that Black goes on turn out to be this when it's revealed that the asylum is actually a construct within the Pandora. The asylum and Red's memory missions also turns out to be this since TheReveal is that Red is having his memories reviewed by Grace via the Pandora.]]


''Get Even'' is a 2017 FirstPersonShooter PsychologicalThriller game made by The Farm 51 and published by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment worldwide on June 21, 2017 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It was supposed to be released on May 26, 2017, but BNE representatives announced that the release was delayed [[TooSoon due to the aftermath of the Manchester bombing attack]]. It was released on Windows, Playstation 4 and Xbox One with music composed by Olivier Deriviere.

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''Get Even'' is a 2017 FirstPersonShooter PsychologicalThriller game made by The Farm 51 and published by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment worldwide on June 21, 2017 for PC, PS4 [=PS4=] and Xbox One. It was supposed to be released on May 26, 2017, but BNE representatives announced that the release was delayed [[TooSoon due to the aftermath of the Manchester bombing attack]]. It was released on Windows, Playstation 4 and Xbox One with music composed by Olivier Deriviere.


''Get Even'' is a 2017 FirstPersonShooter PsychologicalThriller game made by The Farm 51 and published by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment worldwide on June 21, 2017 for PC, PS4 and XBox One. It was supposed to be released on May 26, 2017, but BNE representatives announced that the release was delayed [[TooSoon due to the aftermath of the Manchester bombing attack]]. It was released on Windows, Playstation 4 and Xbox One with music composed by Olivier Deriviere.

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''Get Even'' is a 2017 FirstPersonShooter PsychologicalThriller game made by The Farm 51 and published by Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment worldwide on June 21, 2017 for PC, PS4 and XBox Xbox One. It was supposed to be released on May 26, 2017, but BNE representatives announced that the release was delayed [[TooSoon due to the aftermath of the Manchester bombing attack]]. It was released on Windows, Playstation 4 and Xbox One with music composed by Olivier Deriviere.


** The armed gunmen strapped an IED onto Grace's body. [[spoiler:However, at the end of the game it turns out she survived the explosion, albeit losing the use of her legs.]]

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** The armed gunmen strapped an IED onto Grace's body.body, although this seems to be for dramatic purposes only as they're as shocked as anyone else when the bomb actually activates. [[spoiler:However, at the end of the game it turns out she survived the explosion, albeit losing the use of her legs.]]

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* NotQuiteDead: The ending of the game reveals that [[spoiler: Despite all odds Ramsey's doctors actually managed to save Grace's life, although she's permanently crippled from her injuries. Sadly, Ramsey has already killed Howard and himself believing that Grace was already dead.]]

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* AwesomeMcCoolname: The protagonist's name is [[DarknessVonGothickname Cole Black]]. [[Creator/BenCroshaw Yahtzee]] makes fun of this in his video review of the game.


* ASimplePlan: The bombing turns out to have been a Fargo-esque simple plan gone wrong. [[spoiler: Black's original plan was for Jasper and his men to grab Lenore and ransom her for the Pandora device. However, the whole thing goes bad when Jasper (who's kind of an idiot) accidentally grabs Grace instead and to make things even worse decides to strap a bomb onto her for no apparent reason other than it seems cool. Upon learning of this colossal screw-up, Black abandons the plan, kills Jasper, threatens Rose to find out where the mercs are holding Grace, and (unsuccessfully) tries to save Grace before she gets blown up.]]

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* ASimplePlan: The bombing turns out to have been a Fargo-esque simple plan gone wrong. [[spoiler: Black's original plan was for Jasper and his men to grab Lenore and ransom her for the Pandora device. However, the whole thing goes bad when Jasper (who's kind of an idiot) accidentally grabs Grace instead and to make things even worse decides to strap a (dangerously poorly constructed) bomb onto her for no apparent reason other than it seems cool. Upon learning of this colossal screw-up, Black abandons the plan, kills Jasper, threatens Rose to find out where the mercs are holding Grace, and (unsuccessfully) tries to save Grace before she gets blown up.]]

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