Forsaken Remastered

Forsaken Remastered

Forsaken Remastered Review (A Solid Descent Clone) - Gggmanlives
 
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The team at Nightdive Studios, that brought back Turok and Turok 2: Seeds of Evil, are pleased to announce that on July 31st, Forsaken Remastered will be available for purchase on Steam!

Developed by Probe Entertainment and Iguana Entertainment and first released in 1998 for PlayStation, PC and Nintendo 64, Forsaken was a vision of a dystopian future where science has gone out of control. Scavengers from all over the known worlds have come to Earth to loot the remains of the technology that can found in underground tunnels. But beware! You must fight your way past automated defenses and the scum of the universe to find the treasures hidden on each level.

Forsaken is a 3D first-person shooter in which the player has complete 360-degree range of freedom. In a far-off future you play as a scavenger searching through the underground tunnels for weapons and treasures. But you face dangers from automated defense systems and other scavengers."
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3 Comments
cantDoLikeMe Sep 4, 2018 @ 7:13am 
multiplayer quality put on back burner in 2018....
Madcat Aug 2, 2018 @ 3:27pm 
Didnt know about the respawning, but I sure did see how the AI behaves the higher the difficulty.
Dekonega Aug 1, 2018 @ 8:53am 
Woah. Good review. I liked especially that you talked little bit about the menu options. Only thing I disagee is that if you do play Descent 1, 2 or 3 on higher difficulty then it also features respawning robots which come from specific spawn pits in map. Some have limited amount of opponents they generate. And then there were some other minor nuances. Maybe also mention of macOS and Linux support would have been nice. :Lorelei: