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Content Rating: Teen
Embark on an exotic journey into danger in this rip-roaring 1930s third person adventure for 1-4 players! Encounter pulse-pounding action, treacherous traps and tales of derring-do!
- OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit Windows 8.1 or 64-bit Windows 10
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: 2 GB VRAM
Downloadable Contents (DLC)
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None of this is irritating enough to make Strange Brigade aggressively unfun, but I really began to ache for a new idea, some surprise that would pull me back in. Having fun in Strange Brigade is heavily dependent on how much fun I can have with my group of friends, and my friends will likely follow me around to other, better games—games where the adventure has more to say and the action explores ideas we haven't seen before.
Strange Brigade is an odd bag. It tries to capture a 1930s charm but instead of being charming, it becomes unbearable. It attempts to wrap a story around a horde mode experience but the narrative is unoriginal and the threat of being overrun with enemies is rarely present. Strange Brigade is a disappointing and repetitive experience that offers mildly enjoyable combat but is otherwise entirely forgettable.
While Strange Brigade can be frustrating at times, the charm of its 1930s world, the wonderfully exaggerated English alliteration of its narrator, and solid level design, combat encounters, and four-player co-op make it a strong, stylish third-person shooter. Hopefully this isn’t the last time a situation calls for the expertise of the Strange Brigade.