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Played the first DLC, and while it was fun, well... what's up with the dialogue? Why are the lines so disjointed? Nearly every conversation is interrupted with awkward pauses between characters.
Also, weird shenanigans with those caves. You fall through the floor during your fight with Darius, but when you go back there, there's no hole. Same with that cave at the end. It's just gone, it seems.
Also, it's weird how Kass is commenting on how lonely she is, when at this point I have saved her entire family, and they're all on board your ship, to boot. Same thing with the Order of Kosmos, who are all dead and gone at this point, but the characters treat them as if they are still around.
What are you supposed to do with these little medallions?
Had a side mission where I needed to find... the Pythagorean theorem? Not being able to bring up that you know him personally is a missed chance, as is not being able to bring it up with Pytha Ggoras. I think they killed him off a little too soon. Who is going to guide us into Atlantis, now?
It was apparently written and done by a separate team so I'd chock janky dialogue and other things up to that? Idk.
Odyssey will get a New Game Plus this month.
I don't understand why they don't add that from the start, same with those extra save files.
I find the Tempest rather hard to take seriously at this point in the game. I must have killed a dozen ships that claimed to be the most feared in the Aegean. At this point, there is only ONE feared above all others on the seas, and that is the Adrestia.
It also makes all the hesitation about direct confrontation look rather silly.
Edited by Redmess on Feb 9th 2019 at 5:08:21 PM
Yeah I will said japan in meji restauration could be intersting, rather than another ninja vs samurai in general.
... How did that engineer get murdered? HOW? He could have hidden on your ship, for one. And where in the hell was Darius??
Reading about Akhenaten and his "golden orb", it is remarkable how well it fits in with the AC lore. The Aten is depicted as a golden orb in hieroglyphics, and Akhenaten even claims the Aten guided him towards the location of his new temple.
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