AquaNox 2: Revelation
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AQUANOX 2: REVELATION is a new story of the underwater world Aqua. In 2666 a young freighter pilot called William Drake sets out to search for the heritage of a mythical ancestor. He is looking for adventure - and finds greed, ruthlessness, merciless hatred … and also unexpected help. But very soon he has to realize that he is not the only one hunting for his ancestor's legendary treasure.
AQUANOX 2: REVELATION chases the player through high-energy action and sinister underwater cities. A gripping story, striking characters and the overwhelming architecture of the underwater world are framed by an ingenious user interface. Bonus objectives as well as hidden bonus weaponry guarantee each missions' replayability. Tactics and patience complement the fast-paced dogfights. The player becomes a member of a group of eight mercenaries crossing the oceans. The crew is crammed together in the claustrophobic atmosphere of a freighter: Always on the lookout for loot and the legendary treasure… and always afraid they themselves might become the victims of their unknown enemies.
Mission based action underwater roadmovie with stunning and violent individual and teambased combat
Superbly crafts 3D graphics in a real-time, richly rendered underwater world using the "krass" - engine
Atmospheric 3D soundtrack and music
Not much difference from it's predecessor.Headbenger | July 9, 2013 | See all Headbenger's reviews »
A 2003. sequel for Aquanox dosen't bring much difference from the first title. Graphics are old which you would expect from a game that is now 10 years old. The game takes place underwater where you can do varieties of things.Mostly you complete missions which are in my opinion a little short and some hard to do with the complicated controls.There are a lot of conversations you take part of which should explain the plot but mostly are some things for missions or random talk between your character and the person you are talking to. However the game is medicore for it's time and if you liked it's predecessor and have some time to spare , you should deffinetly check it out