While I'm sailing through the air, however, my smartphone informs me the driver of the car I've struck is Martin Huntley, age 39, who works as a telemarketer, makes ,000 a year, and is into autoerotic asphyxiation. He's got a few days of beard stubble, speaks in a whispery growl, and has zero sense of humor.He's haunted by, and feels responsible for, a tragedy in his past, and he's out for revenge—or is it redemption?Riding cameras allows you to cross streets, zoom around corners, travel down hallways, see into secure areas, and traverse entire buildings, top to bottom.
More evidence of the game's design for console: the minimap is ridiculously huge and the notifications are scenery-blotting.
Also, brace yourself for yet another irritating checkpoint save system.
Some servers require a puzzle-solving session called intrusion, in which you must direct a stream of blue hacking energy (water) to an endpoint by rotating nodes (pipes).
It's actually sort of enjoyable, though it gets repetitive and naturally becomes more complex the deeper into the game you go, occasionally including multiple levels and timers that reset your progress.
To find those responsible for his misery, Aiden needs to uncover a shadowy conspiracy, secret organizations, organized crime, and government corruption, and will employ the help of—get this—an eccentric cast of oddball characters, some with secrets of their own.