@Lurch Did you take Alex's escape pod
Combat gets easier later on, after you start finding more junk to recycle. You can recyclable guns as well, so if you find extra shot guns & the like take them!
The shot gun, disrupot/stun gun are your best friends. Also the beam cannon, only if you fully upgrade it though. Otherwise its useless lol
& just a heads up, theres an end credit scene
@KF500 - I did indeed! Figured it was a bad option but had to try it out. I'm really keen for another run in the future to check what variable the side quests can change.
Currently trying to deal with the Chef who has started laying traps all over my damn path, even though I knew in advance from hacking a computer that he was a fake. I wonder if you can knock him off/out and avoid all of that?
I've mostly focussed on security weapons but I'll pour some neuromods and weapon upgrades into that beam cannon!
Finally, after owning the game since launch, actually made good progress with Deus Ex:MD. Enjoying the game immensely but it is bloody tough. Also systems are not properly explained. I quickly put upgraded battery capacity assuming that the bar would be regen to full, but no that only increases max capacity. You have to use Biocells to max out the battery, otherwise it just regens to the min.
Sad that we are unlikely to see the two sequels that are rumoured to be close to done since this didn't sell that well
That would be a real shame as while Mankind Divided felt like it stopped just as it was getting interesting, I'd love to see them have the sequels lead right up to the point the original Deus Ex kicks off. And then, of course, remaster the original game!
If you get the season pass, the three major DLC missions are also solid and lengthy mini-adventures that let you play around with other augmentation builds.
If I remember correctly, biocell regen is tied to difficulty - two bars on easy/normal, one bar on hard/"give me deus ex". Investing points into the regen rate is normally better than the amount itself as you'll end up scrounging around on one or two bars most of the time.
CoD: Advanced Warfare:
After 30 hours spent with Prey, I needed a break from the slow-paced, thoughtful gameplay and it was time to pick up my run through all the CoD games. So far Advanced Warfare has a great campaign even if the basic mission structure and general shooting mechanics fail to evolve over previous titles. The high-tech gadgets coupled with a surprisingly good narrative (with a on of effort put into the cutscenes and dialogue), make this the most enjoyable campaign for me since Black Ops 1.
Nex Machina - New shoot-em-up from Housemarque, amazing game and great fun, comes out tomorrow on PS4 and PC, both versions have price cuts as pre-order bonuses, if this is the type of game you like then I highly recommend it, did a review on it here:
Mass Effect Andromeda - My character is so damn ugly, I praise the game every time they need to put the helmet on, why is it so ugly? Rest of the game from what I have seen looks good but the character models really put me off.
Shovel Knight - Picked up the full package on Switch and it is still brilliant. Bloody tough, but so, so good.
Disgaea 5 Complete - Also on Switch. Story is absolutely bat-s***. Combat is bloody deep and there is so much content with the story and side quests. Interface is a bit clunky and the size of the screen makes using the touch screen not as feasible. So far enjoying the hell out of trying to figure out the combinations and permutations to battle. Word of advice do not pick up the reward characters, they are way OP often one hit killing the bosses.