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Submitted by BIoodmask 1232d ago | review

IGN: A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda Review

The game can be difficult, and although it’s short, the overall A.R.E.S. experience promises to be episodically delivered. Therefore, this title is really only scratching the surface. At five stages, A.R.E.S. is an experience that tries to stress speed-running and earning better overall scores at the end of stages. There are collectibles to find, and a few different weapons to experiment with. At $10, A.R.E.S. is a good game to download and play one night when you’re bored. Just don’t expect more than you’re paying for, and you won’t be let down.

Presentation - 7.0
Graphics - 7.5
Sound - 8.0
Gameplay - 8.0
Lasting Appeal - 7.0 (ARES: Extinction Agenda, PC) 7.5/10

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