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Soccer Rage

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Soccer Rage is a sport/action game that features: a hybrid engine of soccer and fighting. This game has a dynamic and fast-paced soccer gameplay. There are no red cards, no off-sides, no outside balls, no substitutions, brutal fouls are allowed along with fighting.

In order to beat your opponent you need to have a greater goal difference or make your opponent have less than 7 players on the field. There are no red cards, no off-sides, no outside balls, no substitutions, brutal fouls are allowed along with fighting. Create the best strategy in order to beat the opponent team while attacking or defending.

For example, while attacking: you can give passes, long range passes, one and two passes, you can shoot, precise shooting, lofted shooting, rage shooting and much more. As for defending: you can perform moves such as: tackle, slide tackle, shoulder barging, and also you can rage slide tackle and fight your opponent. Damage your opponent until they get injured pulling them off the game and remember: any team with less than 7 players will lose the game.

Available features
There are 8 teams to play with.
Full keyboard and controller support
Full customizable controllers
Up to 4 players in a local multiplayer match.
Tournament mode.Planned features
Online Multiplayer.
Advanced AI
8 more teams
8 more scenarios.
Team/Player customization
Strategy planning.

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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.4 GHz or better, AMD AthlonTM X2 2.8 Ghz or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX®-compatible
  • Additional Notes: 32bit windows users need to ensure they have at least 4gb of ram usable on their system.
  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Processor: Quad Core Processor or better,AMD PhenomTM II X4 3 Ghz or better
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX®-compatible
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Soccer Rage reviews and comments

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Early Access Review [For the brief conclusion, just scroll to the End. Here begins the detailed Part:] So I don't know exactly why there are so many positive Reviews for the Game in it. Above All, the Statements of some Reviews that are absolutely not true Confuse me. At least at the current Time of Early Access. I would currently discourage buying for the Reason that it is more like a tech demo than a playable Game. It is clear from Early Access and you can't expect much, but I don't just want to tell others that it's not so playable at the moment. First Of all, the FPS don't seem to be quite right yet because it feels at least quite jerky. Not really strong but so easily you already notice it. Then you hardly know anything ... You have a few Tutorial Videos (some of Which don't even work out), but they really only explain the Simplest thing you can find yourself. Special Moves or especially the 1on1 Fights are not explained in the Configs Controller you will search in vain for a Description which Button in the 1on1 Fight Stands for which Move ... Lealone how the Special Attacks work or how to build the Combos. Apropo 1on1 Fights ... Here I see the biggest Weakness of the Game at the moment. First Of all, the Opponent attacks while you get out of the Loading Screen. Sometimes you have already seen the first Hit and hats not even because the Cut from the Loading Screen to The fight is not quite around. Ergo has to push backwards to block during the Loading Screen and that is the only thing you can do as a first "Attack." Then you are taken apart quite starkly by the Opponent because the one not only makes the rough Dmg, but also Combos that you can do without dat what you can do 80% of Life. You yourself somehow move like a Sloth in the Deep Sleep Phase ... Until a Punch or Kick is out, you have already got 5 from the Opponent. Since you don't get any Hints about how Special Attacks or the combo setup work (if you even meet the opponent) you are totally inferior to even the simplest Level of Difficulty and you can only hope that you have as few fights as possible during a Game. This doesn't always mean you always lose just because you don't have any More players. The Football game itself is so far ok, where a lot has to be done ... Just as far as the switching Of the Players is concerned. Automatically switch them late to Players you can use and then often first on Players who have nothing to do with what Is happening. Then you have to switch manual first and that can take you to catch a player who is Close to the Ball. If the Goalkeeper is injured (he lacks, for example, an Arm that goes faster than you think) then he doesn't do anything more ... There's every Shot a Goal. Would be nice if you could then put at least a nice other Player in Goal instead of a Motionless goalkeeper in there. At Game models, only Quick Play is currently possible and only with a Limited Number of Teams (which is not bad in Early Access). But You have absolutely no Idea if other Teams have other Strengths or Weaknesses ... So far they all play the same for me and thus differ only from Appearance. But there are already some cool Arenas with in it that look quite nice and generally the Graphics are not bad just the Implementation hooks still something because the Players often slip across the Ground like on Ice or similar. The replay function is terrible ... You should just put that off before every Game because the just annoys. When you score a Goal then the replay function has to calculate first (??) and then at some point you can play the Replay which is so unspectacular, but you only see a few Seconds ... You really never have it. Another Little Thing I find doof but is not World Moving ... You can't exhibit music. You can either feel the whole Sound or just not. The Music is quite good at first but Repeats constantly and therefore it would not have been bad to adjust this seperat. [FAZIT:] A Game with a cool Idea. If it really goes on in Development then there could be something out of it but at The moment I advise against a Purchase because you are simply treated too unfairly by the Opponent and essential Things are still so spongy and befallen that you can't have Fun with it yet. As soon as a few Things are fixed (especially the 1on1 Fights) I would recommend it but since the 1on1 Fights are a Main Game element and really hardly work until not until not that is so unfair ... Better you'd have to wait a little more. As soon as the time comes, of course, I will renew my Review. :)
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