There aren't any puzzles, or notable action scenes.
Short, contrived, and occasionally frustrating; Episode 4 of New Frontier is so far the weakest of the bunch, and it's up to the game's finale to bring this entry back to the top of its game.
The action scenes in particular benefit from some improved sound design.
A New Frontier, despite its name, really is sticking with what’s worked before, and it’s not made to convert.
Republique Episode 4 is neither the weakest entry, nor the best. It's caught in the middle. Whether it's because of development troubles or simply to blame on the story, remains to be seen, and with a finale on the horizon, it still has a chance to end strong.
Look, I don't want to be crapping all over this game because it actually is a decent title that based off of many multiplayer games on Steam, and it should get better with time. I am hoping that some content updates come sooner rather than later, as the game only has five maps at launch as well as one game mode and six characters, so in reality there's not much in the way of content here. I should not that thanks to the dynamic with the varied classes, the game can only be better with friends, but even as you play with them, the cheap tactics and repetitive gameplay can grow stale