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The Order: 1886 (PS4)

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Platform : PlayStation 4
474 customer reviews

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  • Alternate History – The Order: 1886 allows players to discover a unique version of Victorian-Era London where technology and the supernatural collide. Players wield advanced weapons and gadgets that didn’t exist during that era and the realism of the game experience will make you feel like these elements could have been very plausible during the time.
  • Historical Mythology – The game introduces a unique mythology that will fuse actual history (real world places, figures, and events) with twists on familiar myths and legends to create an alternate history from the one we know today.
  • Filmic Immersion - The game’s unique filmic presentation is designed to replicate the texture of film and use real-world motion picture and cinematography techniques to emphasize dramatic character performance and realism.
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Game Information

  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Edition: Standard Edition
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  • Item Weight: 91 g
  • Release Date: 20 Feb. 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (474 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 218 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Edition:Standard Edition

Product Description

The Order: 1886 introduces players to a unique vision of Victorian-Era London where Man uses advanced technology to battle a powerful and ancient foe. As Galahad, a member of an elite order of Knights, join a centuries-old war against a powerful threat that will determine the course of history forever in this intense third-person action-adventure shooter, available exclusively on the PS4 system.


Where history and myth collide – Assume the role of Galahad, one of the most experienced Knights of The Order, and enter a unique vision of Victorian-Era London that fuses real historical figures and events with new twists on familiar myths and legends.

Danger on all fronts – Conflict rages in this 19th century London between enemies new and old. Rebels declare all-out war on The Order and the police state they represent, while mankind’s true enemy, a powerful and ancient foe known as Half-breeds grows in strength and numbers in and around the city.

Advanced technology – Wield cutting-edge weapons and gadgets like the Arc Gun, Thermite Rifle, and Monocular, as you struggle to maintain peace and order amidst the growing civil unrest and Half-breed threat against humankind.

Filmic vision – The Order: 1886 transports players into the stunningly realistic and re-imagined Neo-Victorian London, replicating the nuances of actual motion picture cameras and lenses for a more immersive and believable presentation.

Seamless narrative experience – Full performance capture for characters and scenes, combined with seamless transitions between action and story sequences, work together to bring the rich narrative, rife with conspiracy and intrigue, to life.

From the Manufacturer

The Order: 1886 introduces players to a unique vision of Victorian-era London where man uses advanced technology to battle a powerful and ancient foe. Available exclusively on the PlayStation 4 system.

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Cracknell on 4 April 2015
Edition: Standard Edition
I like The Order. It's a game set in London in 1886 (who'd have guessed) and there are werewolves and other nasties, and you have lightning guns and some other snazzy gadgets to kill them with.

The Order is entirely single-player so any plot spoilers here would be like me smacking the wing mirrors off your new car as it rolled out of the factory, basically not cool. So instead I'll make a few comparisons to other games and then gush about the fact that it looks quite pretty (which it does as far as current PS4 titles are concerned).

The Order was developed by Ready at Dawn, who had previously developed a few God of War games on PSP but their staff includes former Naughty Dog guys/gals, which is why (I imagine) this game feels very similar to The Last of Us when I play it. The Order is much more focused on gunplay being primarily a 3rd person cover based shooter, however some stealth sections had me immediately thinking back to creeping through the abandoned buildings of TLoU avoiding zombies. A similarity that was particularly, frustratingly apparent a number of times when I was caught out in stealth sections and subjected to a 5 second short scene where the character would stand looking shocked that the enemy (that I had been stalking for a few minutes) had turned around before being shot in the face without making any attempt to take the guy out. A clear parallel to the Clickers with their irritating tendency to attach themselves to your neck in a very 'was cool once but now is unbearably annoying' cinematic, but obviously in both cases not a problem if you stealth well or give it a few goes.
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75 of 84 people found the following review helpful By FallenGrace TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 21 Feb. 2015
Edition: Standard Edition Verified Purchase
The Order is a hard game to Quantify. I enjoyed it immensely and disagree with the many negative critic reviews regarding it and yet there are certain aspects of truth regarding some bits about it but I don't necessarily think that a short game with no multiplayer is a bad thing, not all games need to be padded out with so much filler and The Order: 1886's tight atmospheric narrative really works in that regard.

The game is set in a slightly steampunk Victorian London in 1886 following Grayson or Sir Galahad as his title, one of the Knights of the Order. Their job is to maintain the balance between the half breeds and hummanity, which largely comes down to killing Lycans, aka werewolves. The story starts off slow, gets really interesting in the middle then ends rather abruptly, there's no real resolution to the plot, it feels like a part one of a series with all the loose ends. Hoping for a sequel perhaps? I really hated how incomplete it feels.

The cast is superbly voice acted lending to that gritty Victorian feel. Galahad is a pretty dour tough guy, and most of the Order is built from similar stock except for the Marquis, a French knight in the order who is the utter cliched skirt chasing Frenchman I despised immediately. None of the characters are especially interesting, it's just I couldn't stand him.

It's essentially a third person shooter gameplay wise. It's pretty standard in that regard, you can take cover behind conveniently waist high fences, crates and sandbags while shooting at enemies. There's nothing remotely new there though some of the weapons are excellent. The Arc gun fires lightning and my personal favorite the Thermite gun wich fires a flammable cloud you can then ignite with a charge, it's satisfying, and devastating.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Duane Ali on 12 Jun. 2015
Edition: Standard Edition Verified Purchase
Don't care what many others say about the linearity of the plot, the 'museum' style background of look but don't touch or it's lack of re-playability...I really like this game!
I'm no hardcore gamer but a lot of love went into making this game. Looks beautiful, runs smoothly, played on hard, with no aim assist, and it was certainly a challenge. A interesting and engaging storyline and characters I genuinely took notice of...It feels like it has more to add and there are some threads in the storyline, that are never fully explained...if this hints for a sequel, then more the better.
Thanks you 'Ready at Dawn' - great entry - please do a sequel!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Shadows911 on 8 May 2015
Edition: Standard Edition Verified Purchase
I chose to not to believe the bad reviews and buy the game anyway. Good decision, but they were also right.

The main positive of this game was the graphics, which are excellent-But, the entire tone of the game is like the cover, black and white, if you like looking at dust, rain, rust and the colour grey in HD then this is the game for you.
The main thing that bothered me was that there's more cutscenes then gameplay, every two seconds, for the simplest, merger thing, you'll get a cutscene, why? Whats the point? It becomes less cinematic and more annoying. I swear that at one point I went through three, yes THREE chapters without any gameplay.

The controls seemed stubborn at first but you get used to them, one of the main things I disliked is the guns, they're cool, but there's so many variations that you barely use the same gun twice, and they all work differently, making things confusing. It isn't like you can stock up on ammo or the gun you want to keep, because no doubt there's going to be another cutscene and your just going to loose it.

The story was good, gripping and interesting, yet I wish the 'Half-Breed' idea had been explained more, but your fighting rebels or your own people more then you are the werewolves. The ending was... Sudden. Too sudden, so many things left unanswered, it's like the game just stopped halfway through. What about Lord Hastings or Izi?! Why leave things undone? There's just no closure

So in summary, it's not a bad game, far from it, but this is what RYSE was to the XboxOne, except very, very late. It's just a tech demo, showing you what could be instead of just giving it in the first place.

You'd be better off bidding on Ebay, try to get it a lot cheaper.
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