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Submitted by combocaster 623d ago | review

Ravaged Review (www.ComboCaster.com)

The Kickstarter has revolutionized how small studios finance the development of the games. Without relying on publishers can create games freely without influence and be creative as possible. Ravaged is an online FPS funded by Kickstarter that saw the light of day for a few months and is now quite presentable when we receive the analysis codes the game had plenty of bugs.
Ravaged can be played both in the first and third person and has features classic and traditional with relatively large maps with a strong emphasis on vehicles. All with a post apocalyptic intent of a cross between the feel of a world like Mad Max and gameplay of Battlefield. Obviously, the apocalyptic background is a mere pretext to justify any form of confrontation, there is not any kind of story or persistent world, is just another FPS. There are two factions in the game, resistance and jackals, five classes available in each of the two, each with a specific equipment. Can unlock new weapons spending experience points. The arsenal is quite varied, from various types of machine guns and RPGs the weapons. (PC, Ravaged) 7.5/10

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