Death Stranding: Director's Cut

Death Stranding: Director's Cut

released on Sep 24, 2021

Death Stranding: Director's Cut

released on Sep 24, 2021

An expanded game of Death Stranding

From legendary game creator Hideo Kojima comes a genre-defying experience, now expanded and remastered for PS5 in this definitive Director's Cut. Experience an extended storyline through new missions in an expanded area. Make use of additional weapons and vehicles, take on new enemy types and explore new locations such as the Firing Range and Racetrack, featuring extra missions and minigames. Stay connected with other players from around the globe.

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what I expected: walking simulator
what I received: well made walking simulator with an spectacular story

tomei spoiler
acho que vou dropar o jogo e me jogar da ponte

Dios que juego.
Lo empecé solo sabiendo las criticas de salida pero que experiencia.

Maybe the most powerful reclamation of the term 'walking sim', and a strong contender for my favourite game of all time. I'm glad that I finally sat down and finished it.

I don't think any game has made me feel more optimistic about human nature, about how in the face of anhiliation we can find a quiet unity and care for one another. Each apex that offers a vantage point across a deep valley made me inhaling as if taking those steps myself. The game made me reflect, as long walks often do, on the potential for not only video games but on the human desire to survive and nurture the good that lives inside of all of us.

I feel like a bit of a pretentious ass typing this kind of thing, but that's the elevated thinking that Death Stranding's gameplay and themes work in tandem to foster. There is such phenomenal vision here, from the sci-fi gibberish story to each perfectly-designed bleep or ding from the equipment that Bridges put to work. I didn't even think the story was any good!!! It's far more the feeling that story creates, and the world it helps to build around you. A masterpiece.

Genuine masterpiece. Staking a claim somewhere between a misty hike in the mountains, and traversing the world from The Road, Death Stranding is unlike anything else you've ever seen. It's peaceful and tranquil one moment, then harsh and punishing the next. Uplifting and inspiring at times...then just as often dark and depressing af. The bizarre story and gibberish terms will mean little when you start out, but hang in there I tell you. All is explained by game's end, and in fact everything makes a reasonable sort of sense when seen at a macro level. The ending is also the most emotional I think video games have ever made me, which deserves extra applause, so consider this 6 stars.

cant really say much about it because i only played a few hours but

i think this game just isnt for me, shelving for now. might return later but im not sure