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It's 2066 and the world is a different place. While the privileged insiders live in fertile domed cities, the rest of us fight for survival in the wastelands. Rival gangs battle for supremacy, turf control and valuable resources. In order for a young man to succeed he must make the right choices about his future. That's why you want to join the Company.

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It's 2066 and the world is a different place. While the privileged insiders live in fertile domed cities, the rest of us fight for survival in the wastelands. Rival gangs battle for supremacy, turf control and valuable resources. In order for a young man to succeed he must make the right choices about his future. That's why you want to join the Company.

It's on you, rookie. We think you've got the skills, but do you have the guts to go up against the worst maniacs from the Lepers, the Templars, and the Red Sixers gangs? We'll give you a piece, a rig, and let you try to prove yourself. No guarantees, but if you pull this off you might have what it takes to be one of us...

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Publisher:
Retroism
Developer:
Beyond Games
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Source:
Retroism
Released:
Wednesday, March 31, 1999
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Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP or higher
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800/ATI HD3870
  • DirectX: 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB Available space
  • Sound Card: Windows X-compatible
  • Capsule client required to download and play.
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Quite a fun mix of a FPS and Carmageddon/Twisted Metal

This is quite an unique game both in setting an gameplay. Graphically speaking the game was quite nice for the time it came out, tho not extraordinary either, a solid 3D engine with some nice effects, and it hold a certain charm even today. The setting and atmosphere is very solid, with a sort of post-apocaliptic vibe going on. Gameplaywise, the game is basically split into 2 parts; one being the on foot element, which is a normal FPS gameplay shooting the bad guys, and the other, getting into some vehicles where you get a 3rd person view of the car, and you can basically run over the same bad guys you were shooting earlier, explode them with your weapons, or try to take down other baddies in vehicles. These 2 parts are intertwined in the level progression, and you change from one or the other on the fly (no loading in between action), in fact you can decide to leave your car at any moment or get back into it. Some parts are on-foot only, while others the car is imperative. It has a pretty robust storyline, tho a bit silly it's fun with some great B+ movie lines. My only complaint is that the music plays for maybe a minute on each level, then fades out, leaving you most of the level in silence up to another section where another track might play. Despite not doing anything wrong, there's not much where it stands out from the rest either (besides the setting and car driving gameplay) weapons are the common things you see in every FPS, (shotgun, etc and they all look very similar.) without alternate fire, levels are quite linear, and not many secrets are there to be found. All in all, it's not a masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination, but is an all around solid old school game from the 99'-2k era.

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