NiOh: Complete Edition contains the long, challenging basic game, and the three additional content that came out over the past few months: The Northern Dragon ,Honorable Honor and The End of the Massacre, which together could potentially lead you well over a hundred hours of gameplay, even if you are not exactly “first-leg” players. It is therefore understood how much the package is really worthy of note and represents an opportunity not to be missed, especially for
those who had jumped to peers because of too many contemporary releases of that period or because they did not own a PS4. In fact, this information can only be enough to ingenuate all lovers of such games, because in fact – besides the acclaimed From Soft
ware series – we are struggling to find other products that can provide so many hours of entertainment with regard to the kind of membership.
But how is the porting of this edition in the end?
It is a lazy porting, certainly not among the best seen in the last few years, and the reasons are to be sought – in all likelihood – in the hurry to get on the market right during the pre-Christmas launch window, which has always been considered ( often wrong) the abs
olute best by publishers.
But you do not have to be alarmed, because NiOh: Complete Edition is certainly more enjoyable than the console version and manages t
o maintain a good fluidity more or less in all gaming situations. Before entering a bit more in detail, you have to make a premise: for some strange reason, to set the graphic settings you will need to do it from the launcher, right-clicking on the game, from your
Steam library. NiOh’s default part at 720p and you will not be able to change the resolution from within, so make sure you do this before you start playing, even to unlock and select frames per second.
Another mishap that w
ill annoy the PC user, accustomed to playing everything with basic peripherals and not always with the controller, is the lack of mouse and
keyboard support. If you do not have a pad at home and you are a purist who fails console control systems, you will not be able to play NiOh: Complete Edition . Considering how curious this decision is, we expect developers to solve everything with some patches.
The Warrior’s Way
Poor the options are, and apart from noticing the absence of an antialiasing filter, there are no more advanced settings than a PC user would expect.
Some problems also emerged by putting the game in full screen, with the latter trying to minimize without having the chance to return to the starting point. Entering the folder and deleting the config.xml file should resolve, but obviously do so before saving the game.
They are sporadic and do not happen with all the machines, as well as unusual are the testimonials in which the screen suddenly goes gray (open the setup menu and close it, it should also solve this problem). These and others are mostly inezie that have accompanied the launch of the game and that shortly should be resolved, but we tell them for the sake of completeness.
Instead, we pass on positive notes, which are not few. NiOh: Complete Edition does not have any problems that can affect the correct use of the title and with a 980 Ti and a 1070 more or less stable on the 60 FPS in Full HD, dropping something but neve
r falling below the fifty. We are talking, of course, if you make the most of your configuration options. If you want to increase resolution, you need to have more powerful hardware, but sacrifice the frame rate at thirty to get 4K (selecting “movie”) , it’s frankly something we feel strongly advised against in such a title – for obvious reasons.
The best standard for NiOh: Complete E