Serious Sam 3: BFE is a first-person action shooter, a glorious throwback to the golden age of first-person shooters where men were men, cover was for amateurs and pulling the trigger made things go boom.Read full description
Serious Sam 3: BFE is a first-person action shooter, a glorious throwback to the golden age of first-person shooters where men were men, cover was for amateurs and pulling the trigger made things go boom.
Serving as a prequel to the original indie and Game of the Year sensation, Serious Sam: The First Encounter, Serious Sam 3 takes place during the Earth’s final struggle against Mental’s invading legions of beasts and mercenaries.
Frantic Arcade-Style Action – Hold down the trigger and lay waste to a never-ending onslaught of attackers or face being overrun by Mental’s savage beasts. No cover systems, no camping – it’s just you against them. All of them!
Fearsome Enemy Creatures – A new battalion of unforgettable minions including the rumbling Scrapjack and towering Khnum join the legendary Headless Kamikaze, Gnaar and Sirian Werebull to create the fiercest opposition you’ve ever had the pleasure of mowing down!
Spectacular Environments – Battle across the expansive battlefields of near-future Egypt bursting at the seams with total chaos. The shattered cities of tomorrow lined with the crumbling temples of an ancient world become your destructible playground!
Destructive Arsenal – Unleash Serious Sam’s arsenal of weapons including a scoped assault rifle, the double-barreled shotgun, the explosive automatic shotgun, the punishing minigun, and the almighty barrage of flaming cannonballs! Carry all of Sam’s weapons at once and switch between each gun on the fly for maximum firepower!
Brutal Melee Attacks – When the going get’s tough, the tough take matters into their own hands! Rip out the eye of a closing Gnaar, twist off the face of the hideous Scrapjack or snap the neck of an Arachnoid Hatchling for an instant kill!
Co-Op Multiplayer – Go to war against Mental’s horde with up to 16 players online and annihilate everything that moves across 12 single-player levels of mayhem in Standard Co-Op, Classic Co-Op, Coin-Op Co-Op, Beast Hunt and Team Beast Hunt mode.
Survival Singleplayer & Multiplayer – Try to survive alone (offline) against wave after wave of enemies with specially created levels in Survival mode or have your online friends join two teams, fighting both each other and enemies, in the relentless Team Survival mode!
Versus Multiplayer – Fight against each other or other teams in various multiplayer versus modes like Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, Last Man Standing, Last Team Standing, Instant Kill and My Burden, along with Team Beast Hunt and Team Survival!
Split Screen Modes – Play local (offline) split screen co-op and multiplayer versus modes with up to four players on one screen! It even includes the support for multiple keyboards and mice!
Level Editor* – Create your own levels, MODs, textures and other content with the inclusion of the fully featured Serious Editor 3.5!
Steam Workshop – Submit your content creation or download new player-created content and modifications for Serious Sam 3!
Misc Game Options – 5 difficulty levels, quick-save, auto-save, multiple save slots, 3rd person view, co-op gameplay tweaking options, game controller support, localized with subtitles, parental blood & gore control including hippie mode, various color schemes, tons of advanced graphics options to tweak, cheats, console, Steam trading cards, achievements, leaderboards and cloud and much, much more!
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Classic carnage. Nothing more, nothing less. Graphics aren't the greatest but the guns and the enemies are worth fragging. The developers did a good job blending the retro fps feel with some modern mechanics. However, it's certainly not for everyone. The game gets repetitive from time to time and if you don't have a friend to play with, then you're gonna have to deal with it. Overall, if you're unsure whether you'll like it or not, I say give it a try.
If you're a fan of retro games like Doom, Duke Nukem, Wolfenstein, Quake, etc., then you will find that Serious Sam is cut from the same cloth. The environments can get dull and the many waves of enemies can seem repetitive at times, but it is capable of providing a strong challenge for those seeking it. It's also a great game to play with friends in cooperative play, and the online multiplayer still appears to be somewhat active, so there's a competitive element as well. All in all, if you can look past the previously mentioned issues, then you'll find a game that's worth playing until the end.
The graphics of this game are still good and if you like the humor of the Duke Nukem games then you're going to like this game because the comedy is just as funny. The gore and blood make this game very over the top and fun when you're killing hundreds of alien creatures chasing you down and there are a decent amount of weapons to kill them with such as a sledgehammer, your bare hands, desert eagle, rocket launcher and machine guns. The level design isn't that great though, and doesn't offer much variety and the action can get repetitive when you're killing the same aliens over and over again. The boss battles are great and unique I think and the campaign is long enough to keep you entertained. The best part about this game is that you can play the campaign online co-op with up to 16 friends, which I tried and worked out great with no problems and just massive mayhem and destruction all over. So if you love the over the top gory FPS shooters from the 90's like Doom, Quake or Duke Nukem, then you will like this game.
I have never played the previous games and never will. I managed to get this in a really good humble bundle with a friend and we eventually got around to playing it when we got bored with all the other games. This might have been our last choice, but was definitely one of the best games in the bunch. If you run on a hard setting it is very challenging and fast paced. This is basically a run and gun comedy game though, so it takes a specific mood to play. I liked playing it alone too, but no where near as enjoyable as with a friend. Alone on a hard setting can make the game take forever so a friend helps move things along. If you have to play alone, it is more fun on an easier setting. Going slow in this type of game just ruins everything. There are some very hard to find secrets in this game, which makes it even more interesting. Recently a secret area was found (four years after the game release) which can show you just how hard some of the secrets are to find. Some are very easy as well, so don't worry about never finding them or anything. I have two favorite moments in this game: One was when I whacked my friend with a sledge hammer and got a steam achievement for it. The other is when I killed a screaming monster and Sam mimics the monster "AAAAAAAAAAAAAH shut up" because what happened next was pretty entertaining. You will know what I mean when it happens. I recommend this game, but again, try to get it with a friend because it is much more entertaining. Especially when you whack them in the face and get an achievement for it!
Serious Sam 3 is a game meant for hardcore gamers of the past but has been "modernized" to a certain extent. Basically, it retains the same formula the series is known for. Advancing through several waves of enemies, each one harder than the last, with nothing but weapons ranging from a simple Desert Eagle or a rocket launcher. All the action takes place in a derelict Egypt with the deserts filled with hostile aliens, mutants, whatsoever meant to be killed in a gory mess. You play as Sam prior to the first game in an attempt to save mankind. As he is slaying his enemies, the adrenaline-fueled music will keep one entertained. Unfortunately, the game has flaws, such as facing waves of enemies become repetitive and some players may feel like it has been copied and pasted too many times. Also, SS3:BFE is an under-appreciated game as the community is sparse and there is not much custom content floating around as I hoped for (in comparison to L4D2 for instance). As such, it can be hard to find players online. I give this game a B- for being very fun at the first playthrough but after that, it requires custom content, multiplayer experience, or co-op for additional tries.
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