Get Even Crack/Patch

Get Even Cole Black wakes up in an old, abandoned asylum. He is confused and his sole memory is the attempted rescue of a teenage girl with a bomb strapped to her chest. With a strange technology fused to his head – used to read and replay human memory – Black travels into the depths of his own mind to discover the truth about his past. Every step he takes, leads to the mysterious Red, whose intentions it is difficult to guess. Get Even is a game maintained in convention of a thriller, where action is shown in first-person perspective (FPP). Raising fundamental questions about the understanding of justice and reality. The player discovers the story piece-by-piece through exploration of interactive environments.

Download Get Even Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
7.9
Downloads 1408
Genre Modern, Action, Shooter, First-Person, Arcade
Company / Developer
Bandai Namco Games , The Farm 51 / The Farm 51

Get Even reviews ( 7 )

MrShowman, Jun 22, 2017

Amazing game atmosphere. Hospital inside looks like AAA games. I propose to wear headphones and listen to the soundtrack. Enemies in flashbacks are easy enough to outwit providing you cling to the perimeter of the area, particularly during the epilogue once you acquire certain powerful abilities.

Andersen, Jun 24, 2017

Wybitna produkcja, jestem dumny z rodaków!!! Jeżeli dalej takie gry będziemy robić będzie wspaniale. Polecam każdemu kto chcę pomyśleć w grze. yes yes yes

atmosf3ear, Jan 13, 2018

At first: very nice graphics, secondary: cool music. Game involves some new elements in games that you should try. Good game from small games developer.

ggaefina, Jun 26, 2017

W Get Even wystarczyło mi zaledwie kilka minut, by zanurzyć się w opowieść. . Klimat gry jest po prostu świetny, podkreślany przez genialną oprawę audio. Początkowo niełatwo mi było przyzwyczaić się do nagłych przeskoków do różnych wspomnień i lokacji, ale pod koniec, gdy wszystkie wątki zostały ze sobą połączone, a wiele wydarzeń pokazano w zupełnie innym świetle, przez długi czas wpatrywałam się w ekran z otwartą gębą :D

sugarknow, Jun 22, 2017

I do not know if in any game I've heard better voice acting than Get Even The great plus of Get Even is that you never know which card the game will play in a moment. The script and music are so good that I want more and more.

Cleonora, Jun 21, 2017

Three reasons to play this game: 1. Story. 2. Music. 3. Graphics. Finally a game with a mature story, touching upon subjects such as infidelity, greed, the falling apart of a marriage, being a parent etc. This game will probably have more appeal to a mature audience. Get Even is at its core a story focused game. People going into this game expected a great shooter or a horror game will be let down as the game is none of that. The game sets up a complex way to tell a story and early on I was very skeptical as to if it would pull it off - jumping back and forth in memories and not always knowing if the memory is even real. It sounds confusing and it is confusing in the beginning but the different mechanics introduced along the way do a great job at moving the story forward without confusing the player to the point of no return. The core mechanic of the game is best compared to the movie Inception. But instead of going into dreams you are going into memories. Memories that can change while you are in them, become bizarre, play tricks on you etc. For example one mechanic gives you the ability to selectively recall objects from your memory, creating cover when needed during shootouts or when trying to go stealth. Overall the game is best described as a puzzle/detective game where you are trying to piece together events by searching for clues in memories. The game progresses in a linear fashion with some elements of your actions effecting later outcomes and the ability to revisit and change memories you have once already explored. But you are definitely not doing any open world type exploration. In the trailers for the game it shows of some corner-gun and phone mechanics, which are indeed cool but actually not the most interesting mechanics of the game. What surprised me most was the introduction of new core mechanics as you where several hours into the game, which made the experience all that more interesting. It is not possible to talk about Get Even without mentioning the music. The music is rendered in real time depending on what you are doing making you feel like you are part of a musical but without making it cheesy in any way. Rarely have I played a game where the music is moving the story and the game forward in such a way as in Get Even. Get Even uses photogrammetric for all environments, which means that it is actual real locations which have been scanned that you are walking through. Even at the lowest setting on PC it looked very special. Imagine walls of some abandon warehouse with real graffiti all over them instead of artist rendered environments and you start getting an idea. It is quite different and amazing. Although some parts of the game felt mediocre for example the shooting was pretty bland and navigating endless corridors would sometimes get confusing, the combination of the heavy and mature story, the classical music moving with the player in real time in photorealistic environments left a strong impression with me and I would recommend anybody looking for a full body game experience to play the game, preferable with headphones.

Gracz-org, Aug 8, 2017

Get Even zawiodło mnie na całej linii. Nie pomogło nawet maksymalne „urozmaicenie” fabuły, która wydaje się naciągnięta do granic absurdu. Opowiadając o niej nie wydaje się ona aż tak zła, a wręcz intrygująca - jednak jej chaotyczność i rozciągnięcie w czasie spowodowało, że kompletnie nie poczułem klimatu tego tytułu. Nie zrozumcie mnie źle, uwielbiam gry w których możemy manipulować wspomnieniami (jak chociażby Remember Me czy MIND: Path to Thalamus), ale wątek zaserwowany tutaj wydaje mi się po prostu absurdalnie naciągany. Gra ma ponadto słabą grafikę, tunelowe lokacje i prezentuje się co najwyżej średnio. Podczas całej rozgrywki było dosłownie kilka momentów, w których sprawiała mi ona przyjemność (postacie spotkane w opuszczonym szpitalu). Napisy końcowe ujrzałem po niecałych 7 godzinach rozgrywki i mówiąc krótko… zawiodłem się na całego. Mimo kilku gorzkich słów, życzę The Farm 51 przyszłych sukcesów oraz by sprzedaż Get Even zdołała przynajmniej pokryć koszty produkcji. Plusy: + lokacje w opuszczonym szpitalu + kilka dobrze przedstawionych postaci + momentami fabuła (ale tylko momentami) Minusy: – słaba grafika, optymalizacja i walka – tunelowe i mocno ograniczone lokacje – chaotyczna i naciągną fabuła – wszechobecny backtracking – nijaka ścieżka dźwiękowa – ogromna ilość niepotrzebnych dialogów Pełna recenzja dostępna jest na blogu Gracz.org