The A.X. Corporation could produce a vaccine that would allow human beings to live in any environment.
At the same time, according to inside information there was an astronaut, John Rick, who had supposedly found a so-called "Second Earth" which was a planet with an Earth-like environment. He returned from his space expedition and disappeared. The Intelligence Agency suspects the Corporation.
Innovative physics engine that reflects the real world
Diverse selection of weaponry, each with its own unique features and melee attack options
Internet and LAN multiplayer with up to 10 players
Spectacular 3D graphics and cutting-edge rendering technology
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Graphics are decent, sound is OK, gameplay is decently long, a lot of levels are quite nice actually (especially the first part of the AX planet). Weapons, while there is sort of a selection of them, some are mostly useless. Basically you just rely on a rifle with basic zoom and you aim for the head. All other weapons are either too clumsy or ineffective to even bother with them. Enemies are not the brightest out there, but sometimes they make surprising moves and they are often crazy accurate across wast distances. The main problem with the game is that you're basically fighting like 5 enemy types through the entire game. And most of those are just generic humans. Next problem is the way game feeds the story to you. It tries to do the conspiracy and evil corporations thing, but just doesn't manage to give you the right feel of it. You know, the Deus Ex sort of feel for the story, conspiracy, twists and stuff. Here, you sort of just tag along the story, because you just have to progress further and that's it. Anyway, the game is ok, if you like old school shooter where you have to tackle basic problems like flipping switches and stuff, look for access cards and shoot bad guys. It's not excellent, but it's ok enough if you don't have anything else to play.
for a budge FPS, it delivers just enough action and fun to make it worth getting if you can find it on sale. OK, so it's not the best FPS you will ever play, in fact it probably won't even rate in your top 10, but really, it's not that bad. When you play a budget game, you expect it to deliver at least the basics of what makes a game good, and this game does that. There is a story (not great, but it is there), it has weapon choices, the controls are serviceable (there's nothing to really hate), the voices are OK, and the action is pretty constant. So, like I said, it has all the basics covered. There's not really anything unique or memorable about this game, but neither is there anything that will make you hate it. If you can find this game on sale for under 5 dollars, it is well worth getting. I wouldn't pay full price for it, but on sale it's not a bad buy.
Exodus From The Earth is a fps that reminds Blood and other iconic first person shooter. The fact you can drive vehicles makes it similar to Halo, sadly the game is very boring. The gunplay is not too rewarding, the plot is very uninteresting, graphics are outdated.
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