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System Specs:

Case – BitFenix Shinobi XL
Motherboard – MSI Z87-MPOWER MAX                                                                           CPU – Intel i7 4770K
RAM – Kingston Beast Series 16GB 2133mhz DDR3
GPU – OcUK GeForce GTX 970 4096MB GDDR5
PSU – Corsair TX850 850W
CPU Cooler – Corsair Hydro Series H100i All-In-One
SSD – OCZ Vertex 4 256GB
HDD – Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB Internal

A lot of you will want to know whether this game is as easy to play on mouse and keyboard as it is on a controller. You can easily play this on your mouse and keyboard, which means you won’t be required to have a controller like certain “PC” games, you will have a little problem though aiming at times. The problem with aiming is that the game is a top-down shooter, and you’re having to control your character with WASD and aim and shoot with the mouse, which had me a little dazzled at times where I couldn’t even focus on people at times.

The only enemies you really have in Hatred are the Police, SWAT teams and Soldiers that show up quite frequently. Now of course every person in this game is an enemy, but can you really count ones that can’t fight back? Saying that, though, the Police, SWAT and Soldiers are quite the annoyance, as it can be rather easy for them to bunch up into groups and take you on all at once, this is where using your cover works well for you, so make sure to utilize it! They added executions too, which shows a little quick cinematic of him murdering the person, I didn’t really like it much, because it just added even more brutality on top of the mountain of it already, adding that all important shock value they love.

This game does have a respawn system that is a little tough at times, but it’s very fair too so that you don’t just breeze through the game. You will have a set number of respawns for playing through, then as you play through, if you don’t die constantly you will gain more respawns through completing objectives. The ammo in this game works in a way that you can very easily just run out of bullets quickly, and it can be hard to find more. You will have to take ammo from the police/SWAT/Soldiers, at one point you’ll have to swap out the assault rifle you start with for one of their submachine guns just to have something else to shoot. I really didn’t like the shotguns in this game at all, it just felt a little weak in comparison to other guns, this is most likely though due to the fact that you’re left shooting people from a distance so that you yourself don’t get shot.


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