There are a lot of things that The Order: 1886, a new exclusive for the PS4, does differently than its contemporaries. It has some incredibly long cut-scenes — you'll regularly go 10 minutes or more without actually pushing a button — and many of the pivotal action moments are reduced to quick time events, those dull sequences where you have to hit a specific button at just the right time in order to escape unscathed. It also doesn't have multiplayer or, really, any kind of online component. It's brutish and short, and it takes place in a cramped world that pushes you along instead of inviting you to explore its intricacies.
It's been a long time since I played a game like this. And I forgot how amazing it can be.