It's 500 years in the future. Man and machine are virtually one, and the greatest megacity in the world is locked in a brutal war. Mammoth, biome-chanical monsters tear at the sky, and the earth shakes with the full fury of a brutal battle.Read full description
It's 500 years in the future. Man and machine are virtually one, and the greatest megacity in the world is locked in a brutal war. Mammoth, biome-chanical monsters tear at the sky, and the earth shakes with the full fury of a brutal battle. These are the warriors of the future, when war escalates to massive proportions, and immense power of destruction engulfs the streets. Harness the power, make a difference. Take control. Become Slave Zero!
3rd person action gaming at its best!
Huge sense of scale! Control 60 feet of raw power as slave zero™.
Interactive city so real it seems alive! Rampage through a city filled with hover cars, ground traffic, and screaming humans fleeing for their lives.
Massive mission based levels. Protect allies: steal from and destroy the enemy, while working your way up a 7 mile high city.
Intense Animation! Crush cars and tanks under foot: climb city buildings or swat hover vehicles while completing mission objectives.
In your face graphics and sound! New 3D Technology - the Ecstasy Engine™!
Includes bonus content! Original Artwork and the Soundtrack in both FLAC and MP3 formats!
Slave Zero is a decent, if bare bones, giant mech shooter where you run around corridors shooting up everything. The gameplay is very similar to more well-known games like Zone of the Enders, where you shoot up enemies while dodging their damaging, if somewhat telegraphed, attacks. If you are not careful, you will die easily. Also, even though you have three weapon types, you have to constantly worry about ammo consumption, and it is easy to run out of ammo if you suck at aiming, but when you get the hang of your weapons and dodging, it is an absolute blast to carpet bomb your enemies with missiles Gundam style while turning them into swiss cheese with your machine gun, all while effortlessly dodging their attempts to do the same to you. The story is serviceable, if a generic dystopian future story, but it gets the job done. It isn’t bad or memorable, the game would probably be just as enjoyable even if it didn’t have a story, but for what it is and does, it at least gives context, which in a game like this is really all you need. Slave Zero might look dated, but it still handles very well, even if it does not have all the bells and whistles or engaging stories of similar games.
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