Popular streamer Felix “xQc” Lengyel has by no means shied away from sharing his opinion. That mentioned, throughout a current stream, xQc completed Death Stranding, the newest sport from Hideo Kojima on PS4 and PC. And as credit rolled, the streamer revealed that he actually loved the sport. He additionally took this chance to blast “trash game reviewers” for his or her tackle the title. As chances are you’ll know, whereas the brand new PS4 sport acquired many critiques raving concerning the unusual, groundbreaking expertise, it was additionally slammed by fairly a couple of reviewers who gave the sport very low overview scores.
“Obviously the game was poorly received by trash game reviewers that couldn’t play the game properly and would get stuck on parts where you have to walk a lot, because they couldn’t climb properly because they’re just stupid.. So they gave it an overly bad review.”
The streamer continued:
“If you’re someone that’s more for gameplay, then of course, this would have a bad review, but not that bad. Not as bad as people gave it in the first place… no way dude.”
According to Lengyel, he would personally give the sport a 9.2, noting he would give it the next rating — a few 9.5 — if not for some very tedious moments. The streamer notes that there is a sure a part of the sport — a stretch of 4 or 5 quests — which are “f*****g annoying.” And as somebody who performed and reviewed the sport, I can agree. The a part of the sport xQc is speaking about may be very annoying.
At the second of publishing, Death Stranding sits at a good 83 on Metacritic, a rating that might be increased if it had been for some very destructive critiques that drag it down. In brief, as you may see, the sport is divisive, one thing Kojima says he knew would occur.
“The nucleus of Death Stranding is its gradual burning story that brews traditional sci-fi with previous bizarre fiction on prime of foundational concepts and views redolent of writers and visionaries like Kobo Abe and Franz Kafka,” reads a snippet from our overview of the sport. “Similar to Metal Gear Solid, the story of Death Stranding is a sophisticated multi-layered narrative that can make you’re feeling misplaced, however by no means loses you, and pays again your persistence with mind-shattering revelations and noteworthy interweaving of private, intimate moments with an exploration of life’s largest questions. And the automobile to all of that is Kojima’s signature type of storytelling, which evokes his previous work, but in addition evolves it.”