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  1. To think I was hoping to be able to run the next chapters of "Underhell" on my laptop ;___; I've completed Prologue and Chapter 1 on my previous laptop (i3 processor, 3 GB RAM, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 graphics) with pretty steady 60 FPS (with occasional drops to about 40 FPS). If the game truly is going to be ported to UE4, I'm pretty sure it's gonna be max 30 FPS on my new laptop (i3 processor, 8 GB RAM, Intel HD 520 graphics), unless UE4 is much more tweakable than I think, but it probably isn't.
  2. Nope. More like 20h consisting of: 15h of straight gameplay with playing only through one of the possible event routes, 5h of gameplay within all those alternate routes. Anyway, this chapter's gonna be much bigger than Chapter One. Oh my... A single run through the WHOLE game (all six chapters including Prologue and Epilogue) is clearly gonna get something around 40 hours of total play time (including all the cutscenes and with paying attention to all the story-driving dialogues). It's no doubt gonna be one of the absolutely biggest and longest games created in the most recent gaming history! EDIT: If by "already 20 hours" you meant The House (at it's current state) + The Prologue + Chapter One, then I just misunderstood you. Sorry :v
  3. Right, although I think that the only element of ARC (in Jake's projection) is the fake placement of UDRC in Arizona and maybe all the buildings outside during the fake escape part. I almost agree, but I think that: the House before Hospital is the only real visit.OR the House before Hospital is also fake, BUT it contains recollections of events which happened for real: Jake answering Frank's call, packing his things and driving to the rendezvous point.
  4. Sarcasm seems to be strong with this one To clarify, I don't really care how she would be dressed in next chapters (some flashbacks or something?) as long as it won't be only asian horror style dress along the whole game. This uniform just doesn't fit her in my opinion. For the nightmare version it's perfect, but for the actual Jake's wife - not so good if you ask me.
  5. You're right! It's a shame that I wasn't able to figure it out myself earlier This is not what I mean. Her face alone looks just like it's supposed to. I was talking about the strange (in my opinion at least) placement of her head in relation to the neck.
  6. SLIGHT SPOILERS AHEAD Firstly, I believe I can safely divide "Her" existence between two personas: the nightmarish one and the real-life one. 1) The nightmarish persona - the hallucination present in The House and Chapter Two beginning In my opinion, it's simply PERFECT. Scary, creepy, gloomy and you know. Amazingly fills it's purpose. The only thing I'd like to see improved is the animation of her catching Jake. Oh and why I'm so sure it's just a hallucination? It's because Jake wakes up every time she catches him. 2) The real-life persona - the real wife of Jake Hawkfield AND her ghost - the real one, which we haven't seen yet Generally, it's not completely bad in my opinion, but can be MUCH better. Firstly, her face. I don't know if it's just me, but she looks just... weird. As for the photo, it seems that her face placement in relation to her neck (and maybe hair too?) is kinda unfortunate. And about her game model, the face is kinda strange too. I think it's because it lacks details and has an unnatural shape around the chin. Secondly, it's her uniform. I hope that in the future chapters, we're gonna see her in not only this classy dress. In general, I just hope that her look will match her personality eventually. Don't get me wrong. After completing the whole game I just don't want to remember her as simply another disturbing girl from cheap horror movies (yes, in this case it's all about the uniform). Oh and one more thing. I don't want this post to look like I'm criticizing developers' work. I clearly understand that we're just getting started and the whole game will eventually be seriously polished before hitting the Steam release.
  7. SOCOM with suppressor, Colt Python, SPAS 12, MP5 (the one with red dot sight). But from these four weapons, the most badass one is Python for sure. Killing ACEs with a single headshot - priceless.
  8. But for God's sake, Tom is certainly talking about ONE "dying child", not some big-ass number of Jake's clones. So now Eastern Janus has some powers, huh? Just a reminder: as for the moment, we know NOTHING about Eastern Janus, except the facts that he was a young scientist in the times when the Chernobyl reactor was built and that he was unified with Thomas "Western Janus" Hawkfield by Raito's father and those two were working together. Well, I think I'm gonna quit this discussion. I'm just getting tired already. I've already wrote what I had to say and I have nothing more to add. So yes, I'm out.
  9. Well, I appreciate your overall support, but actually: there IS a "way that there are more than 2 Jake's". Tom wrote in his diary: which rather hints towards conclusion, that Jake was cloned not just only one time and Tom was experimenting on those clones. But of course, I'm still supporting my theory. If Tom was worried that his son was dying (I am the father of a dying child.), then it means that he loved him (and I hope that he still does) and rather couldn't exchange him for merely one of many clones. And yes, I'm still sure that we're playing as one and the same Jake, who is original (natural-born) son of Thomas Hawkfield.
  10. Wait... so you think that Raito's father unified Tom... and his clone? What the hell??? No, no, no, no. It doesn't make sense. I'm trying so hard to understand your theory. I really do... but I can't O_O What? Can you quote this certain fragment from his diary? I'm sure you just misunderstood something o_O Oh, and by the way: there are ONLY two Janus: Western Janus and Eastern Janus. We already know that Western Janus' real name is "Tom Hawkfield". We don't know who is Eastern Janus yet.
  11. And you're completely right. It was even directly said by the policeman: we already know what happened from the moment he was shot in the head and we took him in. Correct. Moreover, if we don't play as one and the same person, everything would lose its sense, including: events involving Jake in the Prologue, Chapter One and Chapter Two intro, most of Ito's speeches towards Jake, Danko's state. To Sam_Ja: It's possible that I misunderstood your statement about the accident. If that's the case, then read on. So you meant that the accident was just the same type of event like the massacre at the end of the Prologue, right? Sadly, I can't agree with that too. When you're murdering everyone in sight, it's rather hard to say that you "barely made it out there alive", right? Also, if the first exposure was the second and the second was the third, then something's not right. If Jake was exposed before the Prologue, then his exposure in the Prologue should give the same effect as the one in Chapter One. Namely: no effect. Here's what I think of it: Some time ago (maybe nine years) Jake was involved in an accident, which gave him immunity to the virus. Tom, afraid of losing his only son (not counting the clones, on whose Tom was experimenting after all), put Jake under care of his best and most trusted friend - Frank Greene. Years passed. The Prologue began. Jake was exposed to the virus for the first time. Though he was immune already, the first contact had its consequences anyway: Jake entered some rage-state and murdered everyone in sight, then passed out. Some events from Chapter One took place. Jake was exposed to the virus for the second time. He was still immune and Ito expected Jake to enter another rage-state, but nothing happened, because the reaction from the Prologue was just one-time shock response.
  12. Now my brain hurts really bad. Jake met Frank for the first time BEFORE joining SWAT and AFTER the incident. I don't know how such details could escape your attention. Giving Jake to Frank was the main outcome of the incident after all, which was clearly stated by Tom in The Dreams. So according to your theory, the plot goes as follows: Jake is given to Frank without a reason. Jake joins SWAT. Jake meets "Her" for the first time. "She" dies. Jake picks up Frank's call and the Prologue begins. Jake murders a lot of people after being exposed to the virus, because he's a clone of his father (!!!). Tom takes Jake with him... and puts his son AGAIN under Frank's care. My mind just hurts too badly to think of anything more.
  13. Why do you think that the original Jake (which I believe we're playing as) must be someone's clone? What if he is a completely normal, natural-born human being, hmm? Well, in my opinion - if one exists - we play as a completely original Jake. Here's my question again: would you take better care of some clone of your son, instead of your original, natural-born and most beloved child? Of course in Jake's case, taking better care of him meant putting him under Frank's care, to avoid exposing him to more dangerous incidents, like the one Tom's talking about with Frank right before abandoning his son (There was an accident and Jake barely made it out there alive or something like that). And you think that this letter supports "Jake is Tom's clone" theory? Why? If he would really be Tom's clone, he'd have exactly the same blood and RH typing as his father. In reality however, Jake's blood data was "unknown", which is rather one of the results of the incident (yes, yes. The one Tom's talking about), than an outcome of being a clone.
  14. Ah you see, the problem is that if something didn't occured to Jake yet - it's not present in The House. In Chapter Two intro, there was no moments when Jake could clearly state something like "So I see many zombies. City is overrun, k" Epic example: during the 2nd visit to The House, technically Jake should have the scar too, but he didn't. Why? Cause his mind was still in pieces after the headshot. "Red-Green Hypnosis" not only allowed Micheal (and the others) to know what happened after Jake's rampage in the Prologue, but refreshed our protagonist's memory too.
  15. Please, delete this post.