Great game; it looks gorgeous, the gameplay is fluid, it runs smoothly even on my crappy laptop (despite some slowdown here and there, but that's not the game's fault; I'm running it on a very bad computer, this AMD Radeon GPU doesn't even have 1GB memory).
With that out of the way, please, devs, if you're reading this: stop making games' language locked to an OS preset. PLEASE. Maybe this isn't a huge deal if you live in one of the many English-speaking countries, or the French or German ones, but it's really noticeable (and annoying) if you are unlucky enough to be Portuguese or live in Portugal. We're only 12 million people, versus the +200 million of Brazilians, so I'm not asking for Portuguese localization of games to take European Portuguese into account -- that's not realistically feasible --, but at least let us have the option NOT to go through a game in a language we find odd (it's not just a matter of "center vs centre" or "color vs colour" or even "aluminum vs aluminium", we're talking stuff like "hormônio vs hormona", "aterrissagem vs aterragem", not to mention all the colloquialisms the different versions of the language use, like "putz" or "bué" or "puto" [which in PT-PT is just a kid, but in PT-BR is a male prostitute]). I don't think my version of Portuguese is "superior" to the Portuguese they speak in Brazil, I just don't like playing a game while being forced to sit through a version of my language that's so different from the one I use in my daily life, and that goes a long way to ruin my experience of an otherwise great, immersive game. And the same could be said if the situation was inverted; I'm pretty sure most of my Brazilian friends wouldn't want to be forced to play a game in a version of Portuguese they're not familiar with.
I know some games allow us to change some *.ini files in order to change the language; I know I could just set my OS language to English, but why should we, the gamers, be the ones to go through that extra trouble just to play a game? Is it that hard to have an option in-game for us to switch the language we want to play our games in? I don't want to be switching my OS language and rebooting my PC every single time I want to play one of these games (fortunately, they're not that many, most of them let me switch the in-game language even when they start in Portuguese).
This is just a minor grip of mine, and it doesn't affect my overall feeling about the game; I just wished these devs could take these things into account and try to "fix" them.
Post edited August 15, 2018 by groze