Probably not my last post about this game.
I'm going to talk about some negatives and then finish on a very positive note.
-The game core gameplay severely lacks elasticity, not only on how it's linear but mostly because it's kind of easy to break it. And sometimes it demands a bit of good will from us not to abuse it, at the risk of braking immersion, or worst, when it happens by accident.
-Animation transitions can be super rough at times.
-Level design is just OK.
-Plus the blur I mentioned on my first post.
Now to end this on a brighter look. Damn, I'll say it, these are some of the best environments I've ever seen in a game. Fantastic colour palette. From the vibrant woods, to the stone greys of the villages and the darkness and light contrasts. Beautiful weather effects, be it a foggy night or a sunny day and all in between. And the locations are so well realised, feel so believable, with great attention to detail. The game keeps changing locations and I keep being surprised by its quality. I feel that almost every single time they absolutely nail a very specific mood, greatly helped also by a masterful use of the soundtrack.