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I think the animation clashes. Plus the faces don't look nearly as detailed as in other triple A titles.

it's noticeable here and there, but some of the actors do a really good job at it where you couldn't tell at all. actually, i'd say most of them do. The faces aren't as detailed as in certain other games, but the animations are unmatched. I'd take a poorly detailed face over poor animations any day.

i expected nothing from this game and i already consider it one of my favorite games. really, really good script too.

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I think the animation clashes. With many other games you do not notice it, but when one part of the face or body is expressed very well and the other stiff it looks very odd. Plus the faces don't look nearly as detailed as in other triple A titles.

I havent played this yet, but from the videos, I also feel this.

It's like an average photoshop attempt to put a realistic face on top of a weird human model. Uncalley valley is strong on this one.

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Playing this atm, pretty awesome overall, completely unexpected :D In regards to the facial animations it indeed sometimes seems as if the face was glued to the body but its not as distracting as i thought it would be. Writing/dialogue is top notch though.

Having a blast.

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