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Steel Rats

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Become one of the Steel Rats, a biker gang sworn to protect their city against an invading army of alien robots - Junkbots. Wreck and ride through hordes of enemies, switching between four unique characters as you wreak havoc with the ultimate killing machine; your flame spewing, saw bladed, motorcycle. Ride in style through the retro futuristic world of Steel Rats. Set in an alternate version of 1940’s USA, gear up and mount your chromed stallion and save Coastal City from the invading horde of Junkbots. Your motorcycle is your weapon designed to crush your enemies in awesome and stylish ways whilst traversing up, down left and right, over rooftops and through enemy-infested tunnels.FeaturesRace, shoot, stunt all for the price of one! Now for something a bit different. Steel Rats blends genres in a way no game has before, infusing 2.5D stunt bike, racing action with precise platforming and intense vehicular combat.Drive and destroy! Your motorcycle is your weapon in the fight against an invading horde of alien Junkbots. Combine up close melee combat and precise, deadly shooting with a ludicrous vehicular arsenal including wheel-mounted saw blades, harpoon guns, flame spewing exhausts, and handlebar mounted mini guns. We’re sure you’ll find some juicy ways of using these tools to wreak havoc on your enemies.Ride with style Start your engine and master the realistic physics based controls of your bike to perform stunts and skillfully destroy Junkbots with a barrage of special abilities and weaponry. The more creative the destruction the better, ride up walls, backflip of the side of buildings and unleash havoc mid-air whilst riding upside down.Dash and explore! Discover the secrets of Coastal City and reveal the mystery of the Junkbot invasion. Explore each level, find every collectible, unlock new areas and dominate the leaderboard.Meet the Gang Choose which of the four members of the Steel Rats you want to play as and switch them up any time you want. Each character has a unique ability and weapon equipped to their custom built ride, allowing you to unleash some serious damage on the Junkbot horde. A hardened biker hailing from Boston. Proud leader of the Steel Rats, riding his armored bike straight into the fray. Born in Brasil, she grew up on the streets of Coastal City. A bold racer, leaving her enemies in a wake of fire. A teenage, japaneese-american savant. Brilliant mechanic and prodigious engineer. A long time performer of a travelling German stunt circus. A madman who likes to live (and ride) on the edge.
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Release date
Nov 6, 2018
Tate Multimedia
Tate Multimedia
Age rating
Not rated

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  • OS: Win 10
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Steel Rats reviews and comments

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The game has Passed and in general I liked it. This is a good platformer with interesting gameplay chips, nice music, classy setting. But the game has a few problems that the impression spoil. The First time is difficult to cope with the control, a lot of buttons are involved, but the controller gets used to it quickly enough and from the ride begins to get the undoubted pleasure, it is realized it is pleasant. But battles no longer cause problems, closer to the middle of the game bots already click as nuts, even the most fatty and powerful. Fights with them begin to quickly slide into a boring routine, half of enemies stupid already miss that would not waste time. And the special originality they can not boast, even bosses boring, especially the last. Gameplay well dilute special moments, for example at the speed you need to break away from someone or on the contrary to catch up, rush on the slope with breeze, dodging kamikaze-bots. The Most cool moment when you need to drag from the robot up the pipes and trampolines, chic moment, the best in the game in my opinion, dynamic, tense and original filed. In General, all that is connected with riding on the vertical surfaces is very cool, cool find, pipes wildly twisted, shaped insane architecture ala roller coaster, chasing them is always fun. Still very cool and original made the penultimate level, just set. But All this is criminal little, the main gameplay is riding the level in search of buttons/elevators/generators/exits, simultaneously fighting off enemies. There are no hard trial moments, where-it would be necessary to jump, firing from bots. There is no binding to the abilities of the characters, as soon as you get a pumped laser from Toshi, about the other riders can simply forget, sometimes only switching to a big guy. Money is always in bulk, there are no problems with buying everything and everything. Few cinematic moments, all in a trailer. In Short, the game becomes boring and routine from the middle, and extremely easy. For all the time I passed the levels only because of bugs, twice I got stuck mottik in textures, and once did not work the script, disabling energy shield and I could not pass. This is a bad thing, the complexity should grow from a level to a level, need challenge and challenge the player's growing skills. But still laik for a very decent experiment with genres. I even look forward to the sequel, the main thing is that the developers have made more hardcore and diverse gameplay, with a lot of bosses and original enemies, and the addition of trial moments.
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