I was quite impressed by the voice overs and graphics of the first game, as were many. It wouldn't surprise me if they do even better at both in this one.It appears that Focus Entertainment has released the official story trailer for "A Plague Tale: Requiem". This trailer features in-engine footage, showcasing what Asobo has achieved with its in-house engine. Game looks interesting.
Even though I haven't played the previous title in this Plague series, but this one has got my attention. Even the voice acting is pretty good. The game is getting released on October 18th, 2022.
Anyway, regarding the general thread topic, I've been playing through Ebola 3 the last week or so, and just started Monster Energy Supercross 4 today.
Ebola 3 is a low budget RE style game, but a bit more on the survival horror side. It's not bad really for a $17 game, and actually looks pretty good with it's UE 4 graphics. It leaves me wanting better voice overs and animations at times, but realistically you have to expect a few shortcomings in this price range.
I'm finding Supercross 4 to be quite difficult. It's largely due to the tracks being very technical. Some, like Oakland and Glendale, have really nasty rhythm sections with steeply faced jumps that can stop your momentum cold, and even odd shaped tabletops that serve as precarious turning platforms.
Between that and having to upgrade your riding skills as you go, you start out feeling inadequate. They also seem to have made the handling less forgiving, you have to be really precise or you crash. Even on Very Easy mode, the AI are challenging at the start of the game for me.