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About the Game:
Get ready for Ravaged, an intense online multiplayer first-person shooter. Ravaged is designed with a heavy focus on vehicular combat taking place on vast maps that will have you strategically duking it out on land and in air with over 40 vehicles and weapons. Placed within a competitive team-based environment created specifically for the PC, Ravaged is set in a post-apocalyptic world that was ripped apart by cataclysmic climate change.
The Scavengers are an overpowering band of murderous savages hell-bent on taking every last inch of land and every critical resource for themselves. They will stop at nothing. Their success seems certain unless someone can rise up against them. The Resistance is the world’s last best hope and humankind’s only chance to restore civilization. Days before the Apocalypse, these freedom fighters were able to seek shelter deep below the Earth, gathering just enough to survive. Finally, they are ready to emerge and rebuild the planet. But it’s a new world, overrun by the miscreants and madmen, warlords and hapless refugees. Only the most savage can survive.
Crazy Fun Vehicles: choose any of the air and ground vehicles to transport your troops, wreak havoc on everything that lays in your path, while stealing your opponents’ resources.
Skilled Weaponry: Utilize the heavy arsenal of weapons to provide an equally satisfying and deep experience for a variety of different player types.
Variety of Maps: experience disparate multiplayer maps, some large enough for 32-player combat which encourage large-scale vehicular tactics. For close-quarters combat, various maps are small enough to force eight players into extraordinary firefights.
Skill Rewards: Skill-based flying and driving styles reward players who master them, turning them into the deadliest weapons on the battlefield.
Play as one of two competing groups: the Resistance, a group of freedom fighters trying to rebuild society, or the Scavengers, a band of roving marauders hell-bent on claiming everything for themselves. Both sides offer five unique classes, each with its own specific weapon load out.
"Ravaged delivers some of this year's best online vehicular carnage that's set perfectly to the backdrop of an engrossing and atmospheric post-apocalyptic world. 9/10" - Gaming Nexus
“The multiplayer RAGE never had.” – Kotaku
“Ravaged brings well thought out game design and a brilliant execution to revolutionize the genre.” 9/10 – Examiner
“A rocking multiplayer-only, vehicle-heavy twist on the post-apocalyptic FPS.” – GameSpy
Fun game with a poor executiontusccar | May 6, 2013 | See all tusccar's reviews »
This game is entertaining and is somewhat worth the cheap price. The only issue with the multiplayer game is that, well, youre lucky if you can actually play multiplayer. Normally the servers are deserted and few people can be found to play with.
The combat of the game is fun and unique and the vehicles are very enjoyable. This would have been a great game, but unfortunately it has many bugs, and fails to deliver what it is promising. The communtiy is non existent leaving you stranded in a map alone. Maybe one or two people will drift into your game, but I think this could be money well spent elsewhere
Could be better...Lekes | Feb. 7, 2013 | See all Lekes's reviews »
It looks like RAGE meets a scaled-down Battlefield 2, and plays somewhat similarly with exaggerated driving, a neat post-apoc setting, but poor infantry gunplay and overpowered helicopters. The leveling system is rather flat, points aren't very clearly earned or rewarding, the classes are only okay, weapons and animations don't tickle my gun fetish, and the occasional technical glitch might get you into trouble. That said, it looks good, runs smoothly, and adds up to an unrefined game, which would be acceptable for beta, but counts against this non-F2P release.
Ravaged - reviewcarlyle | Jan. 10, 2013 | See all carlyle's reviews »
The Ravaged action takes place in a post-apocalyptic scenario, in which the company has been cleared, the city devastated by some kind of disaster and the survivors will compete in two factions for control of the remaining resources. Both groups had access to weapons and vehicles in abundance, and once in a match we can choose not only the team of belonging but also select your character in five different classes. The maps provided by Ravaged show us scenarios actually fascinating and charming in their ruinous destruction, there is a good variety and good design, with some very interesting solutions. Ravaged stands as a multiplayer experience interesting and full of great potential. The approach decided by the developers, with very large maps and encourages the use of vehicles to collaborate with other members of the team, patrolling areas in a jeep with a machine gun to prevent the enemy comes close to seats that we won. Unfortunately, the gunplay "walk" is not so funny.
Decent MultiplayerAngeluzian | Dec. 22, 2012 | See all Angeluzian's reviews »
To little playerbase for it to work properly, but it has alot of potential, especially with more players and more maps and so forth added to it. The graphics are ok but nothing special.
If your willing to spend a few bucks to play it though you can. Have fun!
Ravaged is a mixed bagScorpy | Dec. 21, 2012 | See all Scorpy's reviews »
I supported this game very early in development. The emphasis on multiplayer is fantastic and the style was promised to be unique. They didn't manage to really pull through on their promises, however.
Ravaged's gameplay is solid. It's not amazing, nor terrible. The style is bland and bleak, think RAGE without as much polish.
The multiplayer is dead. This defeats the entire purpose of the game. Maybe if it drops way down in price, or becomes free, it will see a surge of players, but for now it's completely inactive. That being said, I have no way of recommending this game, no matter how good it may be.