Mad Max delivers open world gameplay in a post-apocalyptic setting where cars are the key to survival. Gamers become Mad Max, a lone warrior who must fight to stay alive in The Wasteland, using vicious on-ground and vehicular combat against savage gangs of bandits. Max must align himself with others to build the ultimate war vehicle as he works to escape from the dangerous Wasteland.Read full description
”Mad Max is an engaging rampage through a brutal world of depravity and loss that urges you to probe every ugly corner. ” - IGN
”Mad Max might be formed from familiar parts of other games, but the car-wrecking, skull-cracking chaos it creates is a rewarding and expansive adventure.” - Gamesradar
Mad Max delivers open world gameplay in a post-apocalyptic setting where cars are the key to survival. Gamers become Mad Max, a lone warrior who must fight to stay alive in The Wasteland, using vicious on-ground and vehicular combat against savage gangs of bandits. Following the theft of his iconic Interceptor, Max must align himself with a gifted, but peculiar, mechanic named Chumbucket and others to build the ultimate war vehicle as he works to escape from the dangerous Wasteland.
Be Mad Max - Become the iconic post-apocalyptic warrior, crafting and upgrading Max’s equipment and weapons to survive by combining melee combat, gunplay and tactical techniques. Gamers must make difficult decisions as they work towards the goal of escaping The Wasteland.
Immersive Primal Wasteland - Explore the gritty, dynamic world while braving the treacherous landscapes, hostile weather patterns and deadly gangs of marauders.
Trash is Treasure - Every scrap that’s scavenged is important and can be utilized to upgrade and enhance equipment, weapons and vehicles. Gamers raid enemy encampments to gain access to valuable resources.
Survive the Open-World Landscape - Staying alive isn’t easy. Players clash with deadly factions and gangs through scores of dangerous side-missions and quests in the dynamic open-world full of exploration.
Intense Vehicular Combat - Engage in dynamic inter-vehicular combat, taking down enemy vehicles with a range of powerful weapons. Car combat is entirely physics-based, so no two battles are ever the same.
Build the Ultimate War Machine - Players design, customize and upgrade their ultimate combat vehicle—the Magnum Opus—choosing from different car bodies and a slew of upgrades including mounted weapons, armor and engines to survive another day.
This game is good but could have been better. This game has no multiplayer, but I quite like that, because Avalanche could focus on the singleplayer experience. The singleplayer is good for the most part. The story is great, and the combat is also great. The combat is your typical Batman styled combat, you mash a key to punch, and then it shows you which key to press to parry. But it's the brutal animations that makes it so great, and the punches feel like they have weight to them. The map is huge with a lot of side objectives to do. In the start, the side objectives do not feel repetitive, but later after you've tried every side objectives more than five times, it becomes tedious and repetitive. You'll also have to collect scrap to upgrade Max and The Magnum Opus. But I would recommend this game only if you play the story and a few side objectives.
Mad Max is one of the great surprises of 2015, a game that I did not even know would come out, the movie took advantage of the hype of Mad Max: Fury Road, the game is open-world based obviously on the universe of movies created by George Miller, The look of Max is not based on Mel Gibson, nor on Tom Hardy, it was a pro game, and I liked it a lot, the map is giant, something very common in Avalanche Games games, Cause 3, and that can be a problem, when you make an open world game, it's much more important than quality, and unfortunately Mad Max has a problem map, it's desert and this is very true to the movies, but it does not have The gameplay is excellent, inspired by Batman's Arkham saga, is very fluid and works perfectly, Max of the punches you feel so strong that they are , The gameplay in the vehicle is already a little more problematic, but it is good, Mad Max is a great game, good gameplay, plot. It's a good game, it's a good game, it's a good game. Interesting even with problems and good graphics, sins in some ways, but I recommend a lot, especially for fans of the universe created by the genius George Miller.
The melee-heavy combat gameplay was probably the biggest thing holding me back from getting this title. Yet, I've been craving more of what MAD MAX: FURY ROAD brought to the table, and in the first couple hours the game has not fallen short of satisfying that itch. If you are more interested in the theatrical value of this game than the gameplay side, I heartily recommend it. Definitely bring a controller to fray with this title. The bigger and better your setup, the more you are probably going to get out of this one. Waiting to give the movie a second viewing until after beating this title.
Most games that are made based off of movies or tv shows are almost always bad, playable at best, but mad max break that cycle. It is an all around solid game that not only plays great, but runs great as well. It actually has some of the best combat out of any of the open world games I've personally played and the world/setting is easily one of my favorites.
Everyone who watched at least one Mad Max movie probably already knows what to expect. That's what I thought too until I started up the game. The tutorial missions grip you and the game never let's you go. I was a bit awed with the car combat as I have never seen it made like this. I did hear several people compare it to RAGE in that regard but since I haven't played it yet I can't really say if it's true or not. The only real con I can think of would be a bit lacking story since it's too short. Though it might just be me since I usually play heavily story driven games. Not to despair though, there is always something to do, whether clearing minefields, clearing camps full of enemies, scavenging the wasteland or just racing. The characters are interesting and if you are willing to stay idle around them they will strike up conversations with you that i found really interesting. I liked how you can progress the story at your own pace. Instead of doing mission after mission you can just enjoy the free roam and complete optional objectives in whichever order you want. Some people might not like it, even I had doubts before I bought it and started playing. I'm around 50 hours in and don't plan to stop playing until I complete it 100%.
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