Wasteland Angel ist die Wiederkehr der Ära alter Arkade-Shooter, in denen Spieler Wellen von Feinden bewältigen muss und sich gegen epische Endgegner zur Wehr setzen muss.
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Veröffentlichung: 1. Sep. 2011
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“…Wasteland Angel ist ein Spiel das mein Herz gefangen hat. Ich habe mit Begeisterung gekreischt als ich das Gemetzel aus erster Hand erfahren habe…”
– GamersDailyNews

“Es gibt einen Haufen Mutanten und Verrückte zum Hochjagen, und in Wasteland Angel gibt es ziemlich viele spaßige Wege das zu tun.”
– GameFront

“Wasteland Angel is one of those games you want on your games list, even if it’s just for a quick adrenaline fuelled warband killing romp. You will always come back to it when you have some time to kill, or whenever some punk has topped your score. GREAT!” EGamer

“Wasteland Angel is a good amount of game for a great price. Any fan of oldschool shmups will be pleased, and newer gamers will have a ton of fun with game that is easy to jump in to and blow stuff up.” Grade B - The Multitap

Über dieses Spiel

Blöd gelaufen! Der dritte Weltkrieg hat sich ereignet und den Großteil der Weltbevölkerung getötet. Diejenigen, die gegrillt wurden, hatten sogar noch Glück. Die Überlebenden müssen ständig in der Angst leben, von gewalttätigen Gangs, abtrünnigen Militäreinheiten und natürlich Mutanten umgebracht oder versklavt zu werden.

Mit einem schwer gepanzertem Fahrzeug, unbegrenzter Feuerkraft und dem Durst nach Rache gewappnet, durchstreift unsere Heldin, der Wasteland Angel, durch das radioaktive Ödland, während sie von einer gottverlassenen Stadt zur nächsten reist und Überlebende davor bewahrt, versklavt zu werden. Sie hat nur ein Ziel: jene zu verteidigen, die sich nicht selbst verteidigen können.

Wasteland Angel bringt Sie zurück in die Ära der klassischen Arcade-Shooter, in der Spieler Wellen von Gegner abwehren und sich zum Schluss epischen Endgegnern gegenübersehen. Die Spieler steuern das übermächtige Fahrzeug des Wasteland Angel aus einer isometrischen Top-Down-Perspektive, während sein Doppel-Maschinengewehr eine Schneise durch das Terrain bahnt. Um die Hindernisse der Gangs, Mutanten und Abtrünnigen bewältigen zu können, besitzt Wasteland Angel aufrüstbare Waffen und Munition, welche Gegner von diesem Leben ins nächste befördern können.


  • 24 Level rasanter Action in 6 verwüsteten Landschaften
  • 3 gegnerische Fraktionen, darunter Gangmitglieder, Abtrünnige und Mutanten
  • 4 Schwierigkeitsstufen von Anfänger bis Selbstmord
  • Verschiedene Missionsziele von Eskorte bis zur kompromisslosen Offensive
  • Superwaffen steigern das Gemetzel, darunter Minen, Napalm, EMP und Nuklearwaffen
  • Riesige Schlachten mit Endgegnern, die Ihre Fähigkeiten und Ausdauer auf die Probe stellen
  • Bonuslevel inklusive Fahren/Schießen aus der First-Person-Perspektive
  • Online-Scoreboards für jeden Schwierigkeitsgrad
  • Sterne-Beurteilungen für alle Level und 40 Errungenschaften für Sammler


    • Betriebssystem:Windows® XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor: Intel® 2.0 GHz CPU
    • Speicher: 2 GB
    • Festplatte: 4 GB
    • Grafik: 256 MB mit Unterstützung für Pixelshader 3.0. (nVidia 8600 oder vergleichbar)
    • Sound: Soundkarte mit DirectX 9.0c Unterstützung
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
1.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27. Oktober 2014
Story: 10/10 mit einer postapokalyptisch Welt macht man nichts Falsch
Ideen: 9/10 2D und 3D in einem Spiel Genial
Grafik: 8/10 gute Grafik, für das was es ist
Gameplay: 5/10 leider ein bissel schwer zu steuern
Spielspass: 9/10 viele Gegner, viele Level und Highscore—-Wunderbar

Fazit: Wasteland Angel ist ein Wunderbares Spiel was ich alten Arcade Spieler und denen die es werden wollen währmstens ans Herz lege

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17 von 26 Personen (65%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. August 2014
I tried to like this, I tried to finish this. But... it wasn't to be. Having had quite a bit of fun with top-down drivers in the past, be they racers or shooters, I had high hopes for Wasteland Angel. While it wasn't the worst game I've ever played, the game still disappointed on almost every front. Although... if you are an achievement hunter, the 40 achievements are not TOO difficult to acquire...

The campaign is only 6 chapters/levels divided into 2 missions, one boss fight, and one bonus mission - very short indeed. The plot was essentially irrelevant. Worse yet, the game is incredibly repetitive and boring. Every chapter plays the same way, with the same enemies painted differently - only 3 generic enemy types, doing the same thing, over and over. And you, defending against them for wave on end. The maps are stale and all have the same objective: defend one area. Once during the day, once during the night, and then the same thing with two towns... Even the additional/optional objectives don't really bring anything interesting to the game: escort a vehicle to the town, pick up some crates, become a turret. However, the bonus missions are all the same and incredibly strange: changing you from a top-down view to a first-person view, where you either race for checkpoints or kill as many enemies as you can.

While the game offers weapon upgrades, they are arbitrary and do not carry over from a past map - every mission sees you start with the most basic weapons. Killing enemies and running over pick-ups automatically gives you more/better weapons. Sadly, you are unable to tinker with either your vehicle, or your weapons yourself.

Then there were the bugs. Being stuck in mid-air, enemy AI resulting in them being stuck and unable to move, and therefore unable to be killed (especially the bosses). This is complemented by the top-down camera angle, which can be blocked by terrain, causing you to get stuck. The automatic 180 degree reversal whenever you reach the edge of the map (which also isn't particularly well delineated) was also disorientating. These issues were exacerbated by the controls: while it may not be the case for everybody, the controls were very sluggish and laggy for me, making it incredibly difficult to turn.
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5 von 6 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
7.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. August 2014
I took this game from sale, and I'm not sorry. It's not a masterpiece for sure, but i like it alot.
+ Classic post-apocalypse Mad Max style (so-called "postapunk") without zombies, "realism", and so on - rare stuff now.
+ Classic Hard Rock / Heavy Metal music - also not often now.
+ Tons of fun!

Short, but fun game!
Totally worth the sale price, maybe worth the regular price, but kinda too short.
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6 von 8 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. September 2014
Considering that I got all of the achievements in this game I guess I should say something about it.

Wasteland Angel is the humble story of a woman and her car trying to make it in America. The Wasteland Angel doesn't have a name, so let's call her Mad Maxine. Her car Gypsy is built like a tank, ready to take on World War 3....oops? WW3 already happened and everybody lost. The scant remnants of humanity are just trying to survive under the crushing weight of evil. As the vigilante heroine you gotta protect the cities and kill all the bad guys.

This game has been making the rounds on various indie bundle sites. It's likely that you already have it (and you don't even know). My suggestion is to give it a shot and here's why:

First and foremost this is an arcade-styled game. There's a scoring system, multipliers, bonus points, all that good stuff. Your primary objective is the survival of both yourself and 100 civilians. The enemies arrive in various vehicles and they're either targeting you, the civvies, or both. Regularly out-numbered (but never out-gunned) you make short work of everyone as they arrive in waves. Any leftover time in-between waves is best spent recharging in the city for bonus points. Occasionally secondary objectives will pop up. They are of the "do this" or "destroy that" variety.

Aside from the first-person bonus rounds, Wasteland Angel uses an overhead view. It's pretty easy to track the action and indicators will light up if enemies are kidnapping people. Destroyed vehicles tend to drop power-ups. I'd probably be a little worried if everyone happened to have an air strike or a nuke in their car but eh...it's a videogame. Every few stages there's a boss fight. They're pretty standard, though they can only be damaged by power-ups (napalm, mines, etc).

For the most part Wasteland Angel does the job. It's a fun game. Destroying those stupid bad-guys is satisfying, especially when it involves dropping a nuke on 6-7 of them. After you destroy their vehicles you can gun them down. The controls are satisfactory, and with 20+ stages and leaderboards there's no lack of content.

HOWEVER. There is room for improvement. First and foremost, Wasteland Angel runs a bit long for an arcade-styled game. While playing single stages for score is fine, going through the entire campaign is going to take a few hours. Even with the option to save and quit between stages, this isn't quite ideal. I'm thinking instead of one long campaign, just cut it up into three or four. Also in the interest of pacing, each stage would have less but more intense waves.

Another issue is that the controls could be better. Well maybe better isn't the right word. Maybe uh...more technical? Technique? Ehh I'll think of a better word later. Anyway I'm thinking that Gypsy could use some more moves. While getting around the wasteland is fine as is, some tricks would help getting in getting out of screwy situations. It would also give the developers more room to try more ideas. For example, maybe the RB & LB buttons could be used for doing barrel rolls. Yeah I know "Do a barrel roll!" is hilarious & timely but seriously. Give the car a flippy move for dodging dangerous crap like missiles. Or if it looks like you're going to hit a building and crash just WHOOSH look at all the time you're saving. As a bonus, pressing LB & RB together could result in a 180 spin. The controls in this game are responsive as is, but more abilities couldn't hurt.

Updating the controls would also lead to better boss-fights I imagine. The few in Wasteland Angel 1 are lacking. The first couple are indirect fights. By this I mean you're dropping mines or napalm for them to run into, you're not actively fighting them. The current level of maneuverability just isn't enough to take these big guys head-on. Also there's a fight with a super mutant. I guess it's kinda direct in that you actually have to shoot him, but that's only after dropping an EMP to stun him for a couple seconds. Also the tank boss can be annoying, since it prefers to hang back and snipe at you rather than run over all the fresh mines you've laid out for him.

Also this probably counts as more of a nitpick but there have been a couple occasions, where I got stuck on something. There was also a time an enemy seemingly disappeared, but it didn't count as destroyed so I lost out on bonus points. Some of the stages are also a little too cluttered and lack the proper amount of "flow". Maybe for a sequel, they could use a base design for each stage. It doesn't have to be something obvious like a circle, but it has to be easily indentifiable to the player so they're not driving into a seemingly random wall just to rescue some hapless civilians.

Oh and make it so it's easier to run enemies over.

Still, Wasteland Angel isn't too bad a game. It has the right concept, a solid core, it just needs some tweaks and it could turn out to be something really good.


PS - Everytime I type "Wasteland Angel" I keep accidentally typing "Wastleand". Yeah I don't know either.
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3 von 3 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
4.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Januar
to put it simple this is a great car based shooter.

u can either play story mode or level wise. basicly same thing just storymode moves foward where level based u can always go back and replay ur fav levels <3. there is a nice selection of super weapons to use also which livens up the gameplay.

the bosses sometimes can be a bit tricky but if ur good at these types of games u can win them with ease sometimes and other times its a challange.

one of the toughest things to do is save every damn civilian which makes the game even more tricky.
but also there is bonus levels added. mainly survival, racing, or timed survival kill for more time.

if u see this game on sale get it as its a great game to play but it can be slightly short. but the level mode makes up for that as u can always replay any boss,bonus level, or just any plain level anytime u want.
sidenote~ u may wanna buy a controller as it makes the game easier and more fun ^w^ logitech brand works wonder <3 started without one ended with one and so much more enjoyable

overall 10/10 for a great car based shooter <3 ~ will be updating this review in the future~ ^w^

oh and who doesnt love running over the baddies once there cars are gone come on. lol
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4 von 5 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. September 2014
Ehh Not a Bad Game... Cheap game on sale, Picked it up through a bundle. Very Short, you could beat it in an afternoon. Kind of gets repetitive, but by time you get sick of it, you have already beat the game!! Slightly buggy at some points, and controls can be kind of floppy. This game is a Solo clone of Vigilante 8 or Twisted Metal game in my eyes. One of my biggest complains is lack of Multiplayer. I really think Co-Op would be fun!

Rating: 5/10
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7 von 11 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Oktober 2014
Similar to Renegade Ops, GTA 2, or Zombie Driver. Top down vehicle based shooter, with a more unique first person bonus level mechanic. Lots of fun for $1.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. Dezember 2014
Wasteland Angel is a Road Warrior/Death Race hybrid themed isometric car battle game. You are Angel, a beautiful but tough woman travelling around the post-apocalytpic United States in search of your friend, Eks, in your armoured car 'Gypsy'. As you travel around, you encounter towns under attack by Wastelanders and you help to defend them.

You are able to pick up weapon upgrades and special weapons to help you do this, and there is a wide variety of each, though the by far most useful is your main weapon, as most of the rest require good placement and the enemy AI is erratic at best. One of the problems with the weapon upgrade system is that eventually your main gun becomes powerful enough you can quite literally pick a spot and just rotate on it like a turret. Thankfully, weapon upgrades do not carry from one stage to the next.

Wasteland Angel, is, however one a game added to the list of games where the minigames are better than the actual game. At the end of each stage is a bonus level, which takes the game from isometric to first person, which I found a lot more fun than the base missions themselves.

The game's physics engine is... well... it's VERY arcady to say the least. Often times collisions cause your car to spin out of control, way beyond what would be reasonable. Fortunately there is a reset button to right yourself fairly quickly, though a lot of time this can mean failing to save and/or running over civilians. Worse yet, often times enemy cars will get 'stuck' offscreen, preventing you from finishing the wave until a car from the next wave hits them to get them unstuck.

Graphically the game is okay. It isn't spectacular, but I have definitely seen a lot worse. The audio is decent, and the voice acting is comically bad but I am left with the impression that this is on purpose. The music gets irritating VERY quickly, but a lot of the time I didn't notice. I had tuned it out because I was focusing on the sometimes very frantic gameplay.

The game is very short. I was able to complete the game and collect all 40 achievements in just under 4 hours. It has the length and the equivalent overall quality to a mobile game, therefore while it is a lot of fun I think $9.99 is asking a little bit too much. I would recommend this game to anyone who enjoys arcade games, but only if they were able to pick it up on sale for 50% off or better.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 18. Dezember 2014
This game reminds me on Zombie Taxi Driver HD, but in not that high quality.

Your goal is simple. You have to defend some people living in small outposts. You drive around and have to destroy all enemies.

You can get all 40 achievements in 2-3 hours and I think thats the main reason why I recommend this game. Without achievements I would not play longer than the first mission. There are nice cutscenes and I like the voices of the speaking people in that game, but the the goals of every map are always the same. You just have to destroy everthing, so I skipped all dialogues.

The First Person view in the Bonusmissions are ugly like hell, but it brings variation in the game.
Sometimes enemys spawned out of the map and so I could not kill them. Its a okay Top Shooter, but one playthrough is enough for me.

If you get it cheap and if you like to collect achievements, than you should give it a chance.
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. November 2014
I enjoyed this game. It gets old, pretty much the same mission concept 20 times.

The bonus rounds were fun to mix-it-up.

I dont see myself playing this again, but it was a nice - easy perfect game for the achievement ♥♥♥♥♥ in me.
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3 von 5 Personen (60%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. September 2014
this game is great got it for $1 and in my oppimion it is worth the full price , the graphics are nice and it is a great time killer that will make time fly by . http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=310052041
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 9. August 2014
I don't want to take a large crap on this game because let's be honest. Take a look at the screenshots and you get what you think you are going to get. It's a top-down car shooter. If that is all you want then by all means.

If you want more, then look elsewhere. There are some pretty large bugs, such as randomly getting flipped over, enemies getting stuck off the map and you can't recharge at end of "waves", bosses glitch out and just spin in circles with their aimbots. (Mutant Boss could hit me ANYWHERE on the map) and overall it's just not a fun experiance.

If you are in it soley for the achievements, then it's not too bad. I finished the game in just over 2.5 hours and got them all while just doing the story.

Would not recomment, especially not at the current price of 9.99.
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7 von 7 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
3.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Mai 2014
Ich habe die Demo gespielt und dabei gedacht...
Hmm Postapokalyptisches Setting, Waffenstrotzende Karre und dabei in der Einöde eine Siedlung beschützen.
Klingt doch eigentlich ganz Vielversprechend.

Nur das es nicht mehr wird.

Nach ca. 3h hat man das Spiel durch.

Im Prinzip spielt man das gleiche Level immer wieder.
Der unterschied liegt nur in der Anzahl Städte die es zu beschützen gilt (1 oder 2).
Das aussehen der 3 unterschiedlichen Gegnertypen.
Und die grobe Farbgestaltung der Umgebung.

Sollte man nicht gerade die Highscore Liste stürmen wollen, einfach die Demo 3h lang spielen.
Im Grunde ist dies Vergleichbar.
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. Juni 2014
★★★☆☆☆☆☆☆☆ - 3/10

Ich habe das Spiel nur zu Ende gebracht, weil ich die Errungenschafften haben wollte. Ansonsten bietet es überhaupt keinen Anreiz weiter zu spielen. Es ist irgendwie immer das gleiche und sehr verbuggt.

I finished this Game only for Archievments.
There is absolutely no incentive to keep playing on. It's always the same and very buggy.
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68 von 73 Personen (93%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
10.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 19. Dezember 2013
This game somehow reminds me of the mid-90s sci-fi flick Tank Girl, but maybe the similarity begins and ends with the post-apocalyptic setting, the cartoonish art style and the main characters, both girls whose favourite activity seems to be shooting mutants. You take on the role of Angel, who drives around in her car and saves the inhabitants of post-world war III settlements from mutant attacks. So much for the backstory.

Gameplay wise, Wasteland Angel is a no-nonsense top-down shooter. You're looking at a desert landscape from an isomotric perspective, drive around with a car whilst shooting at other cars that likewise shoot at you. That's pretty much all there is. Your main armament consists of two fixed guns, additional weapons can be aquired by driving over power-ups. Each level has three stages and, after you defeat the stages final boss in the third, a short bonus stage that leaves the top-down view and switches to a first-person perspective. The game never breaks from this pattern.

Your car can be controlled with the keyboard or a controller, both work equally well and what you prefer is just a matter of personal preference.

I chose to write a negative review but that doesn't mean there's no fun to be had. There certainly is. There's nothing wrong with the simplistic approach to vehicular combat, driving around in a car blasting everything in sight. The game plays smoothly, the controls are responsive and intuitive, there's nothing bad to say about the sound effects, music and voice-overs and the visuals, while definitely not on par with bigger budget titles, are pretty much what can be expected from an indie game, at least they won't give you eye cancer.

The main problem with Wasteland Angel is that its initial appeal wears thin all too fast. It's incredibly repetitive. Every level offers the exact same scenario, level structure, you're fighting the same enemies again and again, even the environment looks exactly the same in every level.

The game is very short and not particularly challenging. You can easily play through the whole game in one session. While most players probably consider this a downside, achievement hunters might appreciate the fourty easily obtainable unlocks.
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39 von 48 Personen (81%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. Juni 2014
there are a couple redeeming sides to this classical top-down (mostly) driving-shooting game - story, as much as this type of game needs one, and the fact that it partially is a good bit of fun.

it takes a couple hours to run this through on easy and considerably more on hard or nightmare where you definitely will retry and retry and retry several of the fairly lengthy levels. with how repetitive it is, i do not see many people wanting to do that.

i cannot really recommend this is earnest. there are bits of fun in there but as this game type/genre is seeing revival recently, if you really need to mindlessly drive and shoot in top-down perspective - you would probably be better off with another game.

technically, it is mostly competent. while not looking exceptional, it looks good or ok - except for the out-of-box 1st person perspective bonus levels where models have the same level of detail as top-down perspective and look like something from end of 90s. control scheme is adequate and keys can be remapped. for some reason every time i started the game from steam, it decided it needs to run a visual c installer with the uac prompt this causes but that might be just my environment.

the only technical gripe is about clipping problems. when you run into something that obstructs the screen, you can get stuck and not even see which way you are facing, making it really difficult to get free quickly. also, the decision to reverse the direction immediately when you drive straight out the level limits is occasionally very annoying, especially in the last set of levels where one of the cities is right at the edge of level.

unfortunately, there is the main downside - this game is repetitive. repetitive, repetitive, repetitive.

you have 3 or 6 different levels and 3 sets of enemies plus bosses but there is no real variance.
- levels are functionally all the same - first you defend one city at day, then at night, then 2 cities on similar map at day, then at night. repeat that three times.
- there are three types of enemies - one that fights you, one that steals civilians and one that does both. the three sets - they are just different skins for the same functions.
- bosses are formulaic as well. big, deal and absorb a lot of damage, can be killed with gathered superweapons.
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22 von 34 Personen (65%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 8. Dezember 2013
God awfull game. The very bad version of Renegade ops. Whole game is basicly shooting generic enemy wave after wave after wave. Even if this was on a phone, still would be boring. Avoid this!
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8 von 10 Personen (80%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Februar 2014
Fun enough with easy achievements for those who like it

Even being a little fun, it's not worth your time. I will just say bad design. I gave the game a second chance and it was really a waste. As one can see on my only screenshot of said game, the freaking boss got stuck on the same spot enough times for me to give up on the game. Not only the boss is stupid, but the enemy AI too...

The game is bad, I could have finished the game if not for these bugs (not really bugs, just bad design and poor AI, let's just call it bug for lack of better words) and still I wouldn't recommend it.
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18 von 29 Personen (62%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 11. Oktober 2013
Seriously, do not buy this game, i was trying to play it, everything was kind of good, but it lags horribly, even of high end PCs, there isn't a single graphic tweak in the game and the config files are encrypted, it always says that i must lower the resolution because it's slow, and i can't get anything lower than 1024x768, still the game says it must be lower, thanks to this issue you cannot play it correctly, the enemy tanks fire at will at you and you recieve more damage than anything else. another big issue it's one achievement for 25 checkpoints on a bonus level... you've just started the level and you have 5 seconds to reach the next checkpoint, and the next one give you even less time, it's impossible to get it, i was going to give it a so-so recommendation but now it's the worst steam game i've ever played, DO NOT BUY THIS GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!, by the way it's extremely easy, you get achievements all of the time and it can be finished it a couple of hours.
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14 von 22 Personen (64%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. April 2014
I really enjoyed this game for the first 10-15 minutes, but experience that, and you seen the whole game. Endless waves of the same type of enemy, only the location changes. There is an occassional boss fight, and a first-person experience on bonus rounds, but other than that, it's just a boring, repetitive grind.
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