Alien Rage is a 2013 first-person shooter video game for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 (through Xbox Live Arcade), and PlayStation 3 (through PlayStation Network) developed by CI Games, then known as City Interactive, using Unreal Engine 3. The game has single-player and competitive multiplayer modes. In its single player campaign, players are put in control of an elite soldier named Jack which is sent to destroy a mining facility and its aliens after they turned against and killed the humans that they had shared the facility with.
Alien Rage is a first-person shooter, in which players fight through several linear levels, killing a variety of aliens. At the end of every few levels, players fight a larger alien in a boss fight. Players score points by killing a large number of aliens in a short period of time, or by killing them in special ways, such as by using explosions or shooting them in the head. These points can be used to upgrade the player character, for example by boosting his resistance to damage or by increasing the amount of ammunition that he is able to carry. Players are able to carry two weapons at a time, and also have a pistol with unlimited ammunition. The player character can use both human- and alien-manufactured weapons in the game, and alien weapons use a cool-down period instead of having to reload. Weapons in the game include assault rifles, sniper rifles, shotguns, rocket launchers, and miniguns. The game is intentionally difficult; its easiest difficulty level is called \"challenging\", and the next easiest difficulty level is called \"hard\".
Alien Rage takes place on an asteroid which humans and an alien species known as Vorus were jointly mining for Promethium, a highly efficient but extremely dangerous source of energy. After the Vorus turn on the humans and wipe the miners out for violating the agreement of not weaponizing Promethium as planet-cracking weapon, Jack, the player character, is sent to the mining facility to kill the aliens and destroy the facility.
Alien Rage received average to poor reviews upon release. At Metacritic, a video game review aggregator, the Windows version of the game received an average score of 52 out of 100, based on 27 reviews, while the Xbox 360 version revived a score of 46, based on 10 reviews.[B]
There are a few key words said in the trailer that raise the hair on the back of my neck a little bit. First, there's the fact that the game is named Alien Rage, which sets up the game for a little bit of alien insanity. Second there's the fact that the enemy Vorus species has \"gone underground.\" Underground is the last place I want to go. Third, that the humans lost the fight against them. These dudes sound like scary jerks.
That's the issue now, is this game supposed to be scary It sounds like a rather horrifying plot -- having to go underground to figure out what's up with the Vorus, an overpowered space alien race, and then maybe blowing the asteroid up Of course, an action title works too, but it doesn't make sense to me why the humans would lose but one man can win on his own.
Liberta a fúria de armas poderosas e abre caminho entre exércitos de forças alienígenas determinadas em destruir-te! Utiliza as tuas 10 armas potentes com dois modos de disparo para combateres inúmeros chefes final de fase de proporções gigantescas ao longo de 14 níveis intensos à medida que forças alienígenas repugnantes te atacam em todas as direcções. Desenvolvido utilizando a tecnologia gráfica mais recente com física e visuais HD incríveis
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