Watched like he says at one point it, it's not bad e.g. Duke Nukem Forever or good like Gears of War (I couldn't see what he put on his little graphic) and yes it does use lot's of ideas from other games especially COD that you go down a corridor shoot some dudes but the you have a nice cutscene which is all in game and looks outstanding then repeat.
There might be some QTE parts during that cutscene to make you feel engaged with the game, like you said you watched on YouTube I am surprised no one has edited it so it's just the cutscenes together to make what would be a okay movie maybe on par with underworld.
He brings up about this feeling like a launch title which it kinda does and remember it was meant to come out in October which would of been in the PS4's first months which now everyone seems to think is a launch window (looking at you Nintendo) but was delayed for etc polish which like he says went for that detail on those pipes and possibly for marketing reasons as this game has sold well still.
Like I said my review is coming but the game isn't bad it shouldn't be getting 4's and be down with things like Duke Nukem Forever, Ride to Hell: Retribution compared to them it's Last of Us quality but compared to a Last of Us it's crap.
If you were to look up what a 7/10 is in a dictionary The Order would be that it does nothing horrendously bad, it works (which seems to be a new concept for a 8th gen game which isn't from Nintendo) and can be fun but that's it.
It's not something really that should be talked about this much unlike others on this list which should be for how great or bad they are and remember for that this should just come out and kinda go unnoticed but like he points out in the video it's a exclusive so was never going to be.
But surprised he brings up some bits surely he played previews, as I've been keeping my eye for a while and played at EGX the demo there was about 15mins long with only about 5mins gameplay I knew then from what I played and what were saying what it would be like but was hoping that it would be slightly better at what it wants to do.
So when we do the sequel which we will Sony don't invest that much and not try to make this a series (also it's selling), just the next game needs to pick what it wants to be make something even more cinematic if that's what want to do or focus more on the game mechanics of the shooting if you want to be TPS.Here's a good piece on the game