Exodus From The Earth - PC

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Viewed: 3D First-person Genre:
Shoot 'Em Up
Media: DVD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Paralax Arts Soft. Co.: Paralax Arts
Publishers: Zushi Games (GB)
Funbox (GB)
Released: 28 May 2010 (GB)
29 Jan 2010 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 16+
Accessories: 360 Controller Support, Mouse, Control Pad, Keyboard


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In the near future, it seems like a certainty that we will all be colonising faraway planets for one reason or another. Films, books and other texts love to play up on various reasons; pollution of the Earth, curiosity or simply a conquest of the universe. The Exodus From The Earth plays into this premise once more by putting you in the shoes of Intelligence Agent freelancer, Frank Rixon.

With the story taking place on both a future Earth and a distant planet with strange landscapes and inhabitants, Rixon's mission is to infiltrate the A.X. Corporation and uncover details about a secret mineral that will allow humans to live on alien planets. Once working with the Intelligence Agency to help save humanity from a dying Earth and expanding Sun, it appears the Corporation has an agenda of its own.

A whole range of enemies will be on your tail to ensure you don't discover any nasty plans, from security service agents to full-on cyborgs, robots and mutants. Fighting through the resistance by the powerful Corporation will be tough, but with numerous other quests and problems arising you'll have a lot more on your plate to deal with than a mere conspiracy.

The action is accented with a distinguishable graphical style that will give the feeling of a realistic representation of the near future. Modifications of current-day weapons and vehicles are rounded off with the sort of ultra-modern finish that will make you wish they existed in real life. But it's a stark contrast to the dank, rustic view of other locations...