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In a dark Cyberpunk world, you (and up to 3 friends) wage war against the all-powerful Federation in this Source-powered FPS/RPG.
Release Date: Jul 29, 2011
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New Expansion - E.Y.E Blood Games

E.Y.E: Blood Games takes you into player competitions with new and varied maps.

Battle Royal:

In this round by round competition, the last man standing wins. All other participants are enemies!
You start each round with a random weapon and armor. Your aim is to finish the game with the most possible points.
You get points when you kill an enemy and also, when you are the survivor of the round.
You are free to use one of your existing Avatar, including one from the solo.
Some of your PSI and cyber powers are deactivated in this game mode.

Team Artifact:

Team competition: In this mode, Jians confront Culters for the artifact control. To do that you need to:
  • Take the artifact and carry it to the enemy area.
If the artifact is in the enemy area, the round ends. A new one will start and players will return to their initial positions.
Each team starts with an amount of resurectors. You win the round when the other team runs out of resurectors. There are several ways to do it:
  • Carrying the artifact to the enemy area.
  • Killing an enemy.
  • Hacking special interfaces.
At the beginning of the game, choose your team and character class.

About the Game

As a member of the strange secret society E.Y.E, you wake up after a fight in which your fellow teammates were killed. E.Y.E, an armed branch of the Secreta Secretorum is attempting a coup against the all-powerful Federation, a coalition of several worlds and planets that rule with an iron fist.
To complicate matters, E.Y.E itself is plagued with its own internal conflicts between the Jian faction and the Culter faction, to which you belong. Your loyalties are torn between Commander Rimanah, your superior and the chief of the Secreta who is a separatist with an unstoppable ambition, and the "Mentor" your friend and instructor. The "Mentor" tries at all costs to unite the two rival factions. In doing so, you are thrust into the middle of a fratricidal war frought with political conspiracies and quests for power in which different groups and megacorporations are implicated.
These troubles set the stage for an attack by an unknown force bent on destroying humankind.

Key features:

  • Multiplayer co-op modes directly influence solo play, and vice-versa. The limits of solo and multiplayer games are finally left behind.
  • Psychological and mental trauma management.
  • 25 weapons, different shooting modes, dynamic precision, drilling shots, iron sighting, extended zoom.
  • Complete hacking system with game play impact
  • 9 devastatingly subtle PSI powers.
  • More than 20 NPC with non-scripted, fully reactive and efficient AI, endowed with a sense of initiative. Bloody close combat with technical detail. Incredible physical movement realism thanks to Source Engine physics.
  • Excellent replayability - primary and secondary missions, dynamic environments, non-linear level progression, and random NPC spawn, type and appearance. Death doesn't penalize players: no need to restart the current mission.
  • Open-level gameplay for hours of fun without reloading.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows® 7 32/64-bit / Vista 32/64 / XP
    • Processor: Pentium 4 3.0GHz, Athlon 64 3000+ or better
    • Memory: 1 GB for XP / 2GB for Vista
    • Hard Disk Space: At least 6 GB of free space
    • Video Card: : DirectX 9 compatible video card with 128 MB, Shader model 2.0. ATI X800, NVidia 6600 or better
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional: Internet Connection required for multiplayer
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows® 7 32/64-bit / Vista 32/64 / XP
    • Processor: Intel core 2 duo 2.4GHz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+
    • Memory: 1 GB for XP / 2GB for Vista
    • Hard Disk Space: At least 6 GB of free space
    • Video Card: : DirectX 9 compatible video card with Shader model 3.0. NVidia 7600, ATI X1600 or better
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
    • Additional: Internet Connection required for multiplayer
Helpful customer reviews
675 of 693 people (97%) found this review helpful
273 products in account
4 reviews
50.2 hrs on record
Many people buy this game thinking they're buying a System Shock or a Deus Ex. Maybe a Borderlands or a STALKER. This is an incorrect assumption to make. It's true that EYE features many RPG elements. It has dialogue, branching paths, levels, inventory management, stores and side-missions. But this is all plays second fiddle to what EYE is really aiming for. It's not a Deus Ex as much as it is a Serious Sam. It's not a Borderlands as much as it is a Painkiller. I really cannot emphasize this enough, it's my belief that the majority of the complaints directed towards EYE stem from a false presupposition of what this game is trying to be. That is not the players fault though, because EYE doesn't exactly make these things clear.

EYE is a mess.

Unless you are a Dwarf Fortress player, EYE is likely to be the biggest, messiest game you are ever likely to see. Right off the bat it gives you a character creation screen which makes absolutely no sense to anyone beginning the game without first googling what in the hell you are looking at. The dialogue is either intentionally vague, bizarre and most of the time incomprehensible. You will be thrown into a world which appears to have some sort of lore and backstory but you'll be lucky if you ever understand a tenth of what is going on. When the game presents you with the tutorial level, many aspects of that tutorial will need tutorials themselves, and you will be confronted with a library of tutorial videos on how certain game mechanics work. Your body can be hacked and destroyed by doors and ATMs. Sometimes huge monsters will appear in the level and fire rockets in directions you didn't even know existed and you have to kill it. Sometimes you'll be tasked to kill a high ranking enemy and he will zip about the game shooting and cloaking tanking hits like nothing else. This game is primarily single-player, but you can have 64-player coop. You can buy spells and augmentations and guns and big hammers all with a currency called Brozouf which you seem to endlessly gain in areas where you are doing something for some reason for someone. EYE is a deranged and twisted mess of Syndicate, Neuromancer, Warhammer 40k and the entire personal drug stash of Hunter S. Thompson. And you know what? It's amazing.

There is no messing around with regenerating health, cover or killcams. You can go in fast and furious or heavy like robocop. The guns feel like they should. There is real impact when you shoot something. Enemies will go flying across the screen. You can teleport into people and laugh as they explode. You can hit people in the face with giant hammers and watch as they bounce off the walls. You can hack people. You can force push four-armed creatures into radioactive goo. You can block bullets with swords. This game can be anything you want, but above all it is satisfying.

If you get this game, it's imperative that you know what you getting into. If you want a cyberpunk dystopia with thought provoking dialogue and choices that mean something, I don't advise you to get this game. If you want a crazy FPS that is a completely unapologetic mess that explains nothing but offers everything then I would strongly recommend this game.
Posted: February 5th, 2014
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611 of 649 people (94%) found this review helpful
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7 reviews
64.2 hrs on record
Sort of like Warhammer 40K and Ghost In the Shell mixed together except everybody on the development team was freebasing LSD while watching the end of Neon Genesis Evangelion.

PS: Yes I am aware that you cant actually freebase LSD.
PPS: No I'm not going to change it.
Posted: June 13th, 2014
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115 of 117 people (98%) found this review helpful
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12 reviews
41.5 hrs on record
When my friend gifted me a copy of this game for what was essentially 75 cents, I could have been forgiven for thinking this was some kind of insult to the worth of our friendship; just another coop game to mess around in and laugh at for a few hours.

I could NOT have been more wrong.

Reviewers keep saying that E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy plays like some horrifying hybrid of Deus Ex, Warhammer 40K, Ghost in the Shell... I could go on. It is a fairly convincing argument, in that I can't say there is any particular gameplay element that hasn't been done in another game, in some cases, better than E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy. But there's something about the way all the numerous elements are put together that turns the game into something inexplicably unique.

E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy was supposedly inspired by the creator's own tabletop RPG, and it shows. Leveling attributes, purchasing equipment, diverging quests and storylines, it is all pretty standard, but solid and really well thought out. Guns feel satisfying to use, and don't even get me started about the sword that explodes things. There's this super bizarre art-style as well, and this impenetrably complicated backstory. It plays like a lucid dream, and like a dream, it makes sense while you're in it, but once you wake up you're able once again to reflect on how absurd it was.

In fact, this game is so odd, it defies criticism. Every complaint I can render can be immediately turned into a selling point.

The confusing state of affairs and alliances in the story that would normally frustrate me is actually perfectly appropriate. It reflects how little you know about this strange place and adds weight to decisions. Frankly, it parallels how little I know about real world history, and that actually seems appropriate.

The difficult hacking is incredibly hard to master, but a door can literally hack me back and kick my face in. Spending 10 minutes hacking a gunship to be back-hacked 5 times before finally succeeding and using the gunship to level a platoon of enemies is a great feeling.

The bizarre interactions with enemies that can literally cause your character to have a mental breakdown, start hallucinating and uncontrollably shoot all your allies. This is a win-win situation when playing with your buddies. Just trust me, it is.

The severe lack of explanation of controls gives this feeling of accomplishment to figuring out how to jump. The broken English adds to the atmosphere, the characters really seem like they're speaking another language, one designed to describe psychokinetic ghost monsters that we have no easy words for in our primitive language.

When it comes down to it, E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy is a very decent and enjoyable RPG FPS that takes every opportunity to completely screw with you mind. If you are a recovering drug addict and you're feeling withdrawal, this game could substitute for altering your state of mind. And that is why I love it.

My legs are OK.
Posted: June 25th, 2014
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111 of 135 people (82%) found this review helpful
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59 reviews
12.9 hrs on record
Well bought this game because it was on offer and didnt really know what to expect.
Now i know its had some terrible reviews and to be honest when i first started playing i really didnt know what i was doing and i could'nt really get into it.But then something happened,i found myself getting into the game and i actually started to understand what was going on (still learning now to be honest).
The graphics are really not that bad (not up to the standard of some games though) and the music is ok and the voice acting-well dont really know as the voice overs are'nt in English (it gets put up on screen for you to read-and set your resolution high enough or it will just look muddy).
In game the missions vary from defending a raider hacking a console whilst keeping creatures (that look like they belong in a RIDDICK movie) at bay to planting explosives to hacking consoles.The main problem is that the game only starts to give away some of its quirkier and more helpfull gear and items the more time you put in (so like me if i had given up after a short play time i would'nt like the game like i do now) and trust me some of this gear is really helpful in later missions (the cloak and vision enhancements are really important and usefull in doing missions and not getting noticed),but all these things cost money.You earn this by downing enemies and doing certain things whilst in level,from assasinations to hacking certain consoles and trust me the more you can earn the better (WELL OF COURSE DUH).You then spend this at the main hub where you receive missions and can do so with the medic (cyber enhancements like cloak and the vision ability that lets you see the enemies through walls),gunseller (new and better weapons,"YEAH NO KIDDING") or the guy in the library that sells basically cyber enhancements that behave like magic.I have found that some levels are quite a challenge and that early on you will die a fair few times until you get good enough (or have enough enhancements) to best the level,dont worry you do get 9 chances in the forms of the "RESORECTOR" which makes you rise where you fell and continue from there.
I quite like the story (what i can understand so far anyway) and i especially like the mysterious stranger who seems to know a lot more than he is letting on.
I think that like a lot of games if they arent accesible straight away then this puts a lot of people of,not me i have played and finished both DARK SOULS and DEMON SOULS numerous times and find that the less you know in games about whats going on its all the better as there is nothing more inquisitive than the will to explore and not have someone telling me what to do or hold my hand.
I do reccomend this game but only if you want to invest some time in it as it doesnt reveal all that it has to show in 1 sitting (unlike some other big shooters) and that the more you play the more you will learn and get to grips with it.
Posted: May 28th, 2014
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64 of 69 people (93%) found this review helpful
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27 reviews
4.6 hrs on record
E.Y.E.: Divine Cybermancy is probably the biggest video game enigma I have ever laid eyes upon, and as such I couldn't exactly give it a "Proper Review". All you need to know is that it's not for people who don't like experimenting and fumbling around in the dark trying to figure out what is going on. This game takes a lot of dedication and can be frustrating to those who will not take the time to figure it out.

But you'll never play anything like it ever again. Take that for what you will, I'm going to give this game a recommendation on the basis of how unique and out there it is. I couldn't get into it personally since I'm not a very "Experimenty" kind of guy, but I could never in good conscience thumb down a game that is this creative. Besides, the general consensus is that you will love this game if you can get into it.
Posted: June 20th, 2014
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