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Take on the role of a young father and husband, David Russel, who finds himself thrust into war when his peaceful city is invaded by an unknown enemy. With his daughter missing and conventional weapons and tactics all but useless, this ordinary cop and his partner Leo Delgado will rise up to heed the call of duty, master the fundamental forces of gravity and save the world.
- Multiplayer Options:
Play through the compelling story on your own or play with others in either online co-op or competitive modes.
Battle with up to 11 friends in gravity defying multiplayer maps and modes.
- Breakthrough Gravity-Defying Gameplay:
Learn to maneuver and shoot in an ever-changing state of global gravity, including weightless gameplay in zero gravity.
Control gravitational forces using your Gravlink device to either increase or decrease the amount of gravity on a given target.
Command gravity to crush objects in your way, float enemies into range or even pick up cars to use them as mobile cover.
- Innovative Cover System:
With bullets flying, seek cover objects in the environment or manipulate objects to create cover for yourself.
- Pervasive Environmental Destruction:
INVERSION have been specifically designed to allow for maximum destructibility using the “Havok Destruction” module.
Blast through the environments, target your enemies cover blasting it to bits or even knock down overhead objects to crush the enemy below.
This game features full subtitle support.
A flawed game with a premise that could've beem great.Shaheed_Jamal | Jan. 28, 2014 | See all Shaheed_Jamal's reviews »
I see glimpses of a great game here. But with the inclusion of a laughable story and a dull AI component, the game is destined for the bargain bin.
The graphics are okay for the most part, but it's obvious that it could have been better. The art design feels atrocious, despite the colour palette that should suggest otherwise. The Ui looks terrible and it feels badly ported on the PC. 7/10
Sound: The sound is the worst part of the game. The voice acting is wonky and the story is laughable. It's clearly a Gears of war clone minus the passable story,
It play like a GoW game. It also has a gravity mechanic which makes things interesting.
Lifespan: You will not want to play this game again, once you've finished it. It just doesn't hold up.
An amazing shooter game with gravity playingMisterRay97 | Nov. 22, 2013 | See all MisterRay97's reviews »
Inversion is an amazing third-person shooter video game on the PC with a decent storyline. The game has a well written story, in my opinion. I felt the story a bit short, though. The game has really good graphics. The gameplay is fantastic. From destructive environment to the amazing gravity immersive elements, the gameplay elements, in my opinion, make it a really well made game that you can get. The multiplayer is interesting, not that interesting, but I like it. The game has a good storyline which immerses you as the character of David Russel and his partner, Leo. The varied enemies and the well made AI make it a really good game to kill time. There are various types of enemies you deal with, which does not make the game feel repetitive at all. The good gravity powers that you have are very interesting; you can blow up heavy blockage or throw your enemy onto another enemy using them. Amazingly, you can also engage shooting in air due to the unique usage of gravitational force in the game at many points in the single-player campaign. You'll really enjoy killing brutes, throwing bad guys into the air and getting together with your partner to defeat the boss. The game can be quite challenging at a few points, but it's wonderful. I really liked this game, one of the best games I've played since a long time.
With it's destructive environments, amazing storyline and ground-breaking gameplay with good usage of gravity powers, Inversion is a well made and underrated game that will keep you remembering the beautiful experience for a long time to come.
fun fun FUNOblaque | July 3, 2013 | See all Oblaque's reviews »
Please do not go by the bad reviews that this game has gotten from all the media. They completely missed the point. It is absolute fun and the survival mode adds a lot of re-playability to this already great game. The only gripe I have is that there are not that many people playing this game online so you'll have to get some family and friends to play with. Overall I give this game a 85/100. Just pure fun and that is what games are meant to be.
Generic shooterlok0812 | July 3, 2013 | See all lok0812's reviews »
The graphics look good and the gameplay can be fun at times but there are a few enemies here that can frustrate you and at times swarm you.One good thing about the game is the difficulty, some of the bosses later in the game will definitely require some skill to get through. In addition, ammo are scarce in the game so you might find yourselves out of ammo to continues. The gravity effects are great you get to float in some areas and stand on the side of a building or upside down. This is one of those generic shooters with the power to control gravity, should give it a try.
Wonderful concept but regurgitated gameplayspycid | June 20, 2013 | See all spycid's reviews »
Inversion has a wonderful concept but the gameplay is same as Gears of War or Mass Effect. Despite having a brilliant and fresh concept, it failed to execute it properly due to poor gameplay. Story isn't bad either. The game is definitely worth a try for all cover based Third Person Shooter lovers