- Sep 11, 2013
Don't usually check Eurogamer, but a quick look at her other reviews it is quite easy to develop a pattern. This one probably never stood a chance.
PC Gamer gave it a 65. Didn't read it but someone replied they were playing it on something like a GTX 1600 and only 8GB of RAM even though it recommends more. Performance was an issue they say.
With my GTX 1650 and 8 GB RAM—sitting at the lower end of what's required—Kena ran pretty smoothly for the first half of the game. From the second half onwards, however, I started to run into significant framerate drops, and had to lower the graphics settings to tease out the performance I was getting at the beginning. The number of visible Rot on screen is a factor, and there is a setting that limits how many are visible at once. Developer Ember Lab also says that future patches will contain Rot optimization improvements, among other things.
The guy worked with them for 7 months years ago, yeah it didn't work out well at the time but that's the risk you take working with a start up, it's sad but true.Designer shares "grief" upon seeing recent reveal; Ember Lab says claims include "false accusations"www.videogameschronicle.com
I played for a bit last night too, very pretty game and the gameplay feels good. Yeah it's not super complicated but why do people want it to be? I only played about an hour or two but I like what I've played so far.Yes. That's why I went to bed late and made that post