Looks like a Youtube page called PlayMeThrough posted a complete walkthrough of The Order: 1886:
Edit: Unfortunately, looks like Sony got Youtube to take down the videos. And not only that, got his entire account suspended!
However, there is another link showing the walkthrough chapter by chapter:
It’s almost 20 chapters totaling almost 6 hours of gaming. NeoGaf posters have estimated it’s anywhere from 30-40% unskippable cut-scenes, leaving the core game consisting of real time shooting, moving around and QTEs the remaining 60-70%.
Doing some math, that translates to roughly 3.5 hours of gaming and 2.5 hours of cut-scenes, or 4 hours of gaming and 2 hours of cut-scenes….. take whichever side you want…. close enough.
I watched many of his clips and it seems many chapters are 5 minute cut-scenes, and he did not speedrun the game or video capture a second playthrough either. Not only did he get trophies for the first time, but he also died a few times. So it seemed like genuine first time gaming.
Is a game whose gameplay is short with lots of cut-scenes worth $60 in this day and age?
In my opinion, definitely not. It’s 2015 people. This isn’t 1991 where people paid a ton of money to play home versions of quarter munching arcade games on Genesis and SNES which could be beat in an evening with unlimited continues.
Nor is this 1994 or 1995 when every dev went haywire doing awful FMV CD-Rom games for PC and Sega CD.
Not only is The Order: 1886 short, the gameplay is limited where a sizable portion of the game is mandatory cut-scenes. It’s also single player only, so there isn’t any replay value from other modes other games have. The one feature it has for gamers to come back for more is looking for hidden collectibles laid out through the levels.
This game looks great, but looks more suitable as a $20 bargain bin game later in the year. Or if you really want it soon, get it as as a $30-40 used game after people buy it new and trade it in a week later at Gamestop or sold on eBay. Games with low replayability get traded in fast.
If you’re lucky enough to have a Redbox near you that gets new games fast, you could spend $2 or $3 and beat the game in an evening and return it the next day.