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Cargo 3 is a futuristic action game set in science-fiction horror world, which links the best features of the genre: unusual dynamics and thrilling high intensity of the gameplay. Our main goal was to create a unique, realistic and gloomy mood, build up tension and intensify fear, at the same time to provide players with a maximum of emotions and sensations. While producing the game, we also focused on giving the appearance of reality and authenticity, as well as ensuring a high degree of identification with a virtual hero.

So if you are looking for thrills and gloomy worlds attract you and you like being scared, CARGO 3 is made for you. It is a blood-chilling game, which guarantees great entertainment and will also make your heart race. Of course, it is exclusively for adult players, as well as for those with strong nerves.

Mode Normal / Mode Nightvision

Mode Frenzy / Mode Shadow

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Vinci Games
Vinci Games
Age rating
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP3 / Windows Vista / Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.4+ GHZ Dual Core Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 640 @ 1GB / ATI® Radeon™ HD 6670 @ 1GB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 10 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
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        At first Glance, Cargo 3 doesn't make a bad Impression and unlike some other Genre Representatives, it looks better by lengths, but only good Graphics alone don't make a really good Game yet and that's unfortunately the Case here. As I said, the Graphics are great, which you can expect from the Unreal Engine, but the Rest somehow gets stuck halfway. The Level Design can really be described as a Labyrinth of countless Rooms strung together, which unfortunately for the most part also look the same. The Opponents not only look stupid, but also behave accordingly, so they simply stay on a pipe lying on the Ground and first display a small Dance Insert and pay no more attention to the Player, but don't Worry, the Player himself remains Also like to hang on the Pixel-sized Tubes, always beautiful According to the Motto equal right for all. So What's the Task at play? Quite simply, find one of 3 different colored Key Cards to get to the next Area and that's it? Yes, unfortunately, because once you have found every Card you go from scratch again, of course always in the same colored Order. After All, after a While a redesigned room is always added, the Variety should of course not be neglected. Let's come to the Fine-tuning, the Choice of weapons and Objects. The Objects are limited to 3 small Charging Stations for Life, Armor and energy, from a weapons point of VIEW there is already a tiny spark in it, so you have a Selection of MINIMAL 3 Weapons with you, which of course grows a bit during the course of the Game, but I personally have The Feeling that they all deal the same damage that does pretty much Nothing at all. Of Course, you should always bear in mind that for a Game, as bad as it should be, who or the Developers have invested time and even hard Work in it and of course everyone deserves a Chance. I really can't say it's the worst Game I've ever played, but I'll never count it among the best. The €5€ for which it is offered in the Shop is worth it, I think so and I also think it's okay that the Developers have remained realistic In terms of price and not as some others for a grotto Game demands the same price as for AAA Titles But if even the €550 is too expensive, you can wait until it appears on offer. The Question of whether I recommend it or not is a bit difficult for me in this Case, it has the Potential, but whether the Developers are now continuing to work on the Game and releasing bigger updates or not ..., well that's the Point, so I'll stay with a very VERY Wobbly yes I hope I don't regret that ...
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