Metal Wolf Chaos XD
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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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Metal Wolf Chaos is an old game with a wild reputation, and though it lives up to it in some ways, it's not good in general. At best, it's a curio that helps inform the story of From Software's trajectory over the years. At worst, it's a frustratingly shallow experience that fails to capitalize on it's best qualities. The From Software of yore deserves applause for punching up so confidently, and in style, to a degree, but Metal Wolf Chaos doesn't live up to the hype that's been building for well over a decade.
Metal Wolf Chaos XD should have been the perfect title for me. It’s as dumb, over-the-top and self-aware as possible, just the way I like it. Sadly, not only did its gameplay age more than expected, but its audio quality is so poor that I wasn’t able to listen to the game’s magnificently horrendous dialogue at any given point.
Metal Wolf Chaos needed a remake instead of a remaster. The general premise and FromSoftware’s commitment to its ridiculousness is almost worth the trip in and of itself, but the levels tend to be either offer no challenge or such a steep one that players will have to grind to get past it. Yet despite this, it’s still great to see it being released worldwide for the first time.