Very much agree - George Lucas said audio is 50% of a film and this applies here too - you are missing out a huge chunk of the game if you don't immerse yourself in the audio. Every tick and clank builds up tension.I finally remembered to try the game with my old MixAmp and headphones set up I used to use on 360 and, man, what a difference compared with sound being routed through TV speakers. All sorts of noises I hasn't even noticed before became immediately apparent.
For anyone who hasn't tried it yet, you really ought to try it with a decent set of cans. Excellent work by the devs on the audio side.
Ha, indeed it does, but I don't want to waste money on a game that I won't be able to complete. I already have too many of those. Hopefully someone I know buys a copy and I can give it a go before stumping up any cash.And one more thing, your username demands that you play the game!
Same.I would recommend Normal, sure I have come across a few sections where I died multiple times but it's very rewarding when you manage to finally get through