Alien Rage – screenshots

City Interactive released some screenshots and a trailer for their new game entitled Alien Rage which will release on Steam, PS3 and Xbox later this year.

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Alien Rage puts the player in the role of a highly trained elite commando on a mission of sabotage. Featuring non-stop, visceral run-and-gun action in an explosive environment with meaningful co-operative gameplay and using proven Unreal 3 technology, Alien Rage sets a new standard for digitally distributed XBLA and PSN titles.

• Strong thru-the-gun experience – impressive visual effects, satisfying physical impacts and great gun animations make gun play a whole damned lot of fun;
• Fast-paced, close quarters combat – the action moves fast, enemies are always advancing, and you never, ever have to look back;
• Solve all your problems with a gun – don’t look for keycards, don’t push on buttons, just point your gun and pull the trigger, demolishing the environment as you go;
• A veritable arsenal of weapons – nine unique guns that don’t just differ in looks, but have different effects, abilities and functionality.

• Co-operative environmental puzzles –challenges that require team work to alter the physical environment in order to proceed or complete objectives;
• Impactful choices and rewards – compete cooperatively to gain a better individual score, but beware, you will lose points if you let your teammate fail;
• Co-op centric mechanics – work together to breach open doors, gain access to areas that are otherwise unreachable, and provide medical support when your teammate is down.

• Good things can come in small packages – the game is designed to fit within the size limitations of XBLA and PSN while maintaining the quality of a full-scale high quality title, made possible by the use of Unreal Engine 3;
• An immersive sci-fi experience – visually stunning, large-scale environments with impressive long-range vistas and expressionistic lighting.

Written by: Rob Cram

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