PC - Windows
Metal Wolf Chaos XD
Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots
About this game
Content Rating: Teen
The country is in peril as President Michael Wilson defends the nation against a full-scale rebellion led by Vice-President Richard Hawk and the mechanized legions he commands. As the 47th President of the United States, it is your sworn duty to take your country back by any means necessary and end this unjust coup d'etat! Battle in your advanced mech - armed to the teeth - across iconic American landscapes including the Brooklyn Bridge, the Grand Canyon, and the front steps of the White House.
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- OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x64
- Processor: Intel Core i7-950 (4 * 3000) or equivalent / AMD Phenom II X4 965 (4 * 3400) or equivalent
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Storage: 500 MB available space
- Additional Notes: Controller Recommended
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Metal Wolf Chaos definitely would not have earned its following had it been released more recently or under different circumstances. Intentional cheesiness has been done better by plenty of other games since 2004, and mech combat had been done better by plenty of other games even before then. But it is still funny – and not just on principle because of the weirdness surrounding it, but because it was designed to be. You should not buy Metal Wolf Chaos XD if you want to own a great game. You should buy it if you want to own a memetic touchstone with a mediocre game attached.
Your enjoyment of Metal Wolf Chaos XD is dependent on your tolerance for old game design and cheesy dialog. The lack of checkpoints and auto-saving during missions is going to hurt once you're in the back half of the game. Its humor is also hit-and-miss, depending on whether you take it seriously. Its absurdity pairs nicely with some solid gameplay mechanics, and it has enough of that conviction to make you overlook the flaws and give the game a fair shake.
Metal Wolf Chaos XD is a totally unique experience that is worthwhile for anyone who’s a fan of early 2000’s action, or satirical and off-the-wall humor. The over-the-top feel of both the gameplay and story makes for a truly enjoyable experience, though it won’t last long and isn’t excellent for repeat plays. If you’ve been dying for this to make its way to the West this is a totally serviceable release, but those seeking a more robust remaster might be disappointed.