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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:47pm 10/05/17 | 8 Comments
Touted as the mega-hit videogame from 1996, STRAFE from Pixel Titans and Devolver Digital looks to recreate the intense action and feel of games like Quake and the original Half-Life and meld that with procedural generation for its levels, and rogue-like progression. That's if you can survive for more than a few minutes.

The launch trailer, which helps sell the over-the-top violence and the tongue-in-cheek '90s aesthetic is basically a short film. A fairly entertaining one at that too.



We've had the chance to go hands on with the final version of the game for a few days now, and it's safe to say that they certainly nailed the look. And the way in which blood spills out and covers entire environments would have friend just about every 1996 PC.



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FaceMan
Posted 05:13pm 10/5/17
That was hilarious
Spook
Posted 07:25pm 10/5/17
haha, yer great clip, would have been nice to see some game play. (unless that clunky quake looking stuff was the game play)
trog
Posted 08:34pm 10/5/17
that is truly excellent
dais
Posted 10:02pm 10/5/17
good stuff
dais
Posted 10:02pm 10/5/17
Joaby
Posted 01:12pm 11/5/17
I have it. It's ok. The guns don't have the impact I'd like them to have, and I get some really awful frame drops in some areas.
Psycho
Posted 10:03pm 14/5/17
I have it. It's ok. The guns don't have the impact I'd like them to have, and I get some really awful frame drops in some areas.


YOU NEED MORE RAM!!
Joaby
Posted 09:19pm 15/5/17


YOU NEED MORE RAM!!

But Billy G said 640k is more than I'll ever need!
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