About This Game Take the role Cutter Slade, a tried and tested elite soldier, and explore the planet Adelpha with complete freedom. As you journey in this magnificent world, where magic and science mix, discover exotic cities, face fierce enemies and attempt to learn the secrets of an advanced civilization. Make the correct choices in this systemic, living world, because the destiny of these two universes depends on your success.Through hundreds of quests, the vast open world of Outcast – Second Contact offers epic-scale adventure.Start your adventure in complete freedom in this vast open world.Progress at your own pace through different quests available at any time.Face the Talans head-on in daring combat or play the infiltration card.Master an arsenal of evolving weapons and high-tech gadgets, adapt your strategy to fit your situation.Change the balance of the forces on Adelpha. Outcast – Second Contact takes place on a living world where your actions have direct and visible consequences on the ecosystem. Take off on a fantastic voyage to Adelpha, a bewitching world populated by extraordinary creatures and the home planet of the Talans, an advanced alien civilization.Explore 6 different continents on foot or on the shoulders of a Twôn-Ha, and penetrate into wild lands unknown to humans.As you initiate yourself into the culture of an alien civilization, you are brought into the heart of Talan society: negotiate with the merchants of Riss, parley with rebel forces or follow the mystic path of the grand Shamaz.Each encounter, each event is an invitation to adventure in this thrilling world.In the near future, humanity has discovered that it is not alone in the universe – or rather universes. Alas, the first contact with intelligent beings turns disastrous when a probe sent by the US government is destroyed by the natives of a world called Adelpha. The incident creates an energy cataclysm which threatens to destroy the Earth. You are Cutter Slade, a Navy SEAL sent on a mission to Adelpha to find and repair the probe, in order to prevent this catastrophe. Welcomed by natives as the “Ulukai” – a messiah of an ancient prophecy – you will discover that the futures of Adelpha and the Earth are now linked.More than 50 hours of adventure within a dynamic and fast-paced story.Confront bloodthirsty tyrants and deliver freedom to a people under the yoke of oppression.Take the role of Cutter Slade, a charismatic and bluntly spoken hero.Outcast – Second Contact is the complete remake of the cult title Outcast. As the first 3D open world in the history of video games and pioneer in the modern action-adventure genre, the 1999 release won over 100 awards including adventure game of the year.The Outcast universe completely redone with modern graphics.Combat even more dynamic with new moves: dodges, rolls, sprint and cover system.New hidden areas divulging some of the most hotly debated mysteries of Adelpha by the fans of the original game. 6d5b4406ea Title: Outcast - Second ContactGenre: Action, AdventureDeveloper:AppealPublisher:Bigben InteractiveRelease Date: 14 Nov, 2017 Outcast - Second Contact Ativador Download [key] outcast second contact reddit. outcast second contact full walkthrough. outcast second contact well. outcast second contact crash. outcast the second contact ps4. outcast second contact ps4 prix. outcast second contact naarn location. outcast second contact update 1. outcast second contact shamazaar mon. outcast second contact magwa. outcast second contact drm free. outcast second contact game review. outcast second contact pc requisitos. outcast second contact first person view. outcast – second contact golden weapons pack. outcast second contact gamespot. outcast second contact 2 player. outcast second contact zine. outcast second contact where is marion. outcast second contact ending. outcast second contact comparison. outcast second contact sneak test. outcast second contact cheat table. outcast second contact ps4 deutsch. outcast second contact igg games. outcast second contact ps4 avis. outcast second contact wiki. outcast second contact ps4 test. outcast second contact unboxing. outcast second contact unity. outcast second contact ps4 fr. outcast second contact pc recensione. outcast second contact mon. outcast second contact sales. outcast second contact review ign. outcast second contact first person. outcast second contact organ puzzle. outcast second contact shamaz keb. outcast second contact achondar. outcast second contact achievement roadmap. outcast second contact games with gold april 2019. outcast second contact igg. outcast second contact how to heal. outcast second contact crack download. outcast second contact 1. outcast second contact patch 1. outcast second contact food thief. outcast second contact news. outcast second contact essence stone. outcast second contact xbox one cheats. outcast second contact online. outcast - second contact bigben interactive. outcast second contact kill gamora. outcast second contact okriana. outcast second contact humble bundle. outcast second contact patch notes. outcast second contact boat blast. outcast second contact videos. outcast second contact pc juego. outcast second contact okraina. outcast second contact instructions. outcast second contact komplettlösung. outcast second contact ps4 review ign. outcast second contact xbox 360. outcast - second contact (2017) pc. outcast second contact map. outcast second contact video review. outcast second contact darosham Combat is horrible.Dialogue is horrible, especially the main character.Itemization is a joke.You pick up hundreds upon hundreds of items that you don't ever need to use.And it's just plain boring to play.. I rate the PC game Outcast - Second Contact 4\/5. Good overall. Despite the misleading title, this is definitely a remake (or rather a graphical overhaul) of the original Outcast game, not a sequel. If you\u2019re looking for a sequel try to find information about Legacy of the Yods (which was advertised on Steam\u2019s Greenlight at one time) or look closely at Outcast\u2019s Wikipedia page for information. This version of Outcast plays almost exactly like the original and carries with it most of the original\u2019s strengths and weaknesses, though it features considerably improved graphics (with the notable exception of the dismally awful, cheap intro scene instead of the original\u2019s fairly excellent intro animation). If this is your first time playing Outcast you owe it to yourself to watch the original Outcast\u2019s intro on youtube or something so you can see how the story was supposed to be introduced and get a good feel for the game\u2019s intended feeling. Here\u2019s a link to the original intro: https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=mVRYOaZtGCkWhile the above video may not look that great to us by today\u2019s standards, Second Contact\u2019s new intro is utter garbage by comparison. Otherwise, the graphical overhaul is generally outstanding. The adequate (even by today\u2019s standards) AI, the excellent music, the slightly muddy sound effects, mildly clunky controls, excellent voice acting, great dialogue, the good though somewhat old-school, slightly repetitious adventure gameplay and the generally wonderful plot (with the single exception of a badly handled, poorly developed romance between the main character and a side character (who wears fairly ridiculous clothing throughout the game)) all remain the same. Overall, with the notable exception of its intro scene, Outcast - Second Contact is the preeminent, best version of the game I know of.The general plusses and minuses are as follows (though in no particular order):+Generally wonderful graphical overhaul. This game is now beautiful and the better graphics make the game easier to play than it originally was as you can now more easily see and understand what you are doing and where you are going. Enough of the other game elements are already good enough to make this version of Outcast competitive with far more recently created third person perspective games. Characters are fairly well rendered and their costumes look correct. Character facial expressions are fairly rigid though. Character quality is more like Half Life 1 than Half Life 2 except for their fairly expressive and interesting eyes. Great use of lighting throughout.+Great dialogue and good voice acting. Well realized, interesting characters throughout.+Great story\/generally wonderful plot. Good and generally interesting side missions and it feels as though there are a lot of them. Good sense of urgency throughout.+Same excellent music as in the original Outcast which can make for good listening on its own.+Game ends on a good note with room for a sequel without being irritating (though there is really still no official sequel out). Game will make you really, really wish there was a sequel if you get really into it like I did. The characters are oddly hard to leave behind and may leave you with wistful memories of them. I really wanted to see what wound up happening to the world after the game ended.+Being evil has consequences. Weapon and ammo prices go up enormously, characters stop being helpful to the point that the plot cannot progress. If you kill a plot-critical character, their immortal, avenging ghost will chase you down forever until it kills you.+\/-Already excellent game save system is made better by the frequency with which the game auto-saves. Game save file menu is a little confusing though.+\/-Gameplay has a very old-school style. It is hard to explain but it features a lot of back-tracking, re-using previously visited environments and sub-quests where you must essentially locate items and bring them back to the character who originally gave you the quest. Some missions have unclear instructions\/objectives. Many characters look too much like other characters despite their extremely unique personalities (too few clothing styles\/options on characters though the ones which are present are well rendered). +\/-Hub-based level\/world\/area design. Areas are connected via portals and certain areas are connected only to certain other areas much like rooms in a house. This requires traveling back and forth through some areas. Certain areas (like Okasankar) become almost like hallways from which several rooms branch off. This non-linear structure means you can complete different areas and quests in any order as the areas act like geographic places and do not need to be unlocked (portals merely need to be geographically located after the first introductory area). However this increases the amount of running back and forth around places you\u2019ve previously seen as you travel, particularly if you complete side missions in an inefficient manner (think of how often you might see a certain main hallway in a building as you go between the various rooms which branch off of it). There is no fast-travel to simply warp you straight to an area. +\/-Controls are generally responsive yet jumping mechanics are extremely clumsy and have a difficult learning curve. Luckily, jumping is usually not necessary (except during certain, usually quite easy jumping puzzles). No ability to duck\/lean. Auto-aim function in the menu is counter-intuitive and is best turned off. Aiming controls are a bit clunky as an aiming button must be held before firing can commence using a different button. Keys can easily be remapped though the default scheme seemed generally excellent to me.+\/-Fairly easy to win, this game is clearly intended for young adults with relatively little gaming experience. No difficulties per se but the amount of damage you sustain can be adjusted in a menu.+\/-Fairly fast loading screens though loading screens are oddly uninteresting and totally uninformative. Game starts quickly and can be quickly quit out of (though the way it resizes its screen as it closes is very disconcerting as it always looks as though it is freezing up when it is closing.-No ability to alter the course of the plot results in severely limited replay value. Only reason to replay this game ultimately is to hear all the good dialogue again and see all the nifty characters. No true alternate ending. Somehow completing 90% of the side quests and main quests will show a little dance party scene as a hidden easter-egg at the very end however but this isn\u2019t a real alternate ending.-Somewhat muddy sound effects throughout. Explosions are particularly muddy sounding.-Several missions have unclear instructions and may require help from online sources to determine how to solve a puzzle or complete certain missions. Some missions don\u2019t give enough guidance to point you in the right direction or give enough encouragement that you are thinking correctly. This is also a potential aspect of \u201cold-school\u201d gaming.-Game has several minor bugs throughout. After completing the main mission you might still not get the steam achievement which says you did complete the main mission because not all main missions need to be completed and one of them is actually absent\/left over from the game\u2019s original development but not usually accessible. Some secondary missions cannot be completed for similar reasons. Thus it is almost impossible to get all steam achievements due to bugs.-No official modding support. No DLC content. No real sequel thus far. Only a soundtrack (which is quite good).For more general information about all versions of Outcast I\u2019d recommend this website (though this website has significant spoilers throughout):https:\/\/tvtropes.org\/pmwiki\/pmwiki.php\/VideoGame\/Outcast. 6\/10This was clearly a great game. Well ahead of it's time. It is fun for a while, but gets very samey and repetitive after not too long, and I don't really think it stands up to comparison with modern titles in terms of gameplay. Nice bit of nostalgia though. Do you remember the disastrous voxels?. Outcast - Second Contact is a remastered version of a 1999 masterpiece game.20 years is an epoch in game development timeline. Nowdays game looks dated on many levels: * Certain lack of gameplay depth* Somewhat simplistic story and not a lot of side-content* Very basic character development* Glitchy unnatural animations* Lacunas in voice actingThe masterpiece is still there, though. Game has things to make up for its weaknesses. Well, two mainly:* Strength of its worlds genesis and characters: you just believe in it. Between visuals (all new and shiny, making it look decent in 2019) and fragmentary story inserts game is very immersive, despite not offering a lot on any other front.* Orchestral music score. Still as touching and profound as it ever was.Enjoyed every moment of my twenty years later re-walkthrough. Worth it, even If you know nothing about original game.. So I just finished the game and I got mixed feelings.I never finished the original I only played it at a friends place when was a child and back then I was fascinated. I really enjoyed the remake because it send me back to that feeling of wonder and I kind of like the goofy characters.And for a old game like that, the world really feels alive and has the right amount of side quests. BUT... the controls are kind of wobbly and feel like they havn't been improved from the 90s version.Also it had a loooooot of buggs. They weren't too anyoing but it kind of takes you out of the experience if after a cutscene enemies don't spawn or if during a conversation NPCs spawn continiously behind your conversation partner.Still I would recommend to buy it and give it a go!