Murakumo: Renegade Mech Pursuit
Murakumo: Renegade Mech Pursuit published and developed by From Software is a First-person Perspective, Action-Adventure, and Single-player video game. It takes place in the futuristic setting and obliges the player to discover different energy sources. During the gameplay, the player needs to build various structures and seek out energy named Oliver Port.
According to the storyline, a highly advanced group of people jumps into combat against multiple robots and struggles to protect the whole humanity from destruction. There are lots of quests and missions, and the player needs to take and even complete all of them to proceed. During the gameplay, the player is capable of chasing down and destroying different renegade mechs.
At the start, the player becomes a member of the elite mech pilot group and gets into the battle against a rogue group for destruction and terror. While playing the game, the player must select one of five different elite Murakumo Mechs, and each of them contains its unique devastating skills, arsenal, and abilities. Lots of modes are available, such as Scenario, Free Mission, and Expert Mission.
These modes permit the player to challenge ten Giants, and other mechanized bosses to record personal best Rank. Murakumo: Renegade Mech Pursuit offers some core features, such as Vast Environment, Cartoony Graphics, Enhanced Mechanics, Excellent Soundtrack, A Variety of Weapons, Lots of Levels, and more.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory developed by Ubisoft is an Action-Adventure, Single-player, and Multiplayer video game. In the game, the player needs to discover numerous bodies by acting as a patrolling guard. During the gameplay, the player has to leave different bodies lying out in an open environment, try to eliminate all NPCs and disable several cameras.
While playing the game, the player can kill lots of civilians and even some friendly soldiers while completing different missions. Throughout his journey, the player must avoid any mistake that can cost him a lot. The game obliges the player to score high by accomplishing different objectives. It lets him cancel some mission objectives, including locate covert listening devices and even tap different phone lines.
The player is capable of making use of different knives in multiple ways, such as threatening an enemy, kill different monsters in close-quarters combat and even pierce several gas tanks on generators. At the start, the player gets into the role of Sam and executes various activities to proceed further.
There are both lethal and non-lethal forces, and the player must choose one of them when ending an interrogation. Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory proposes some significant features, such as Great Graphics, Enhanced Mechanics, Brilliant Soundtrack, Smooth Controls, Indie, Achievements, and more.