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HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET


HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Amid a rush of political and social issues, it’s nice to return home to something so incredibly familiar that you take it for granted as you age up into the maturity of adulthood. As you begin the tutorial level and pop out of your cellophane-shelled cardboard encasement, HYPERCHARGE Unboxed proposes a lovely blend of what we millennials have come to love in the FPS or TPS genre, both fully on offer within. Flawlessly executed is an impossibly nostalgic representation of playing with our action figures on a cool Thursday afternoon as we wait for our parents to finish preparing our lower middle-class dinners with the utmost love and care. A memory long forgotten, yet fully realized with the intense action and thrill that HYPERCHARGE Unboxed presents with that same attention to detail that will have you calling your parents up to check on the whereabouts of your favorite childhood play things. Initially released on Nintendo Switch and Steam in early 2020 with planned releases on the Xbox and PlayStation TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed offers a variety of modes including my personal favorite and ridiculously addictive Waves mode which pits you against, you got it, waves of increasingly difficult enemies as you scavenge for weapon upgrades and materials to build increasingly more interesting defenses for your Hypercores. This isn’t a Fortnite clone with the ability to build ridiculous towers or shield yourself from enemies. Instead, the player is give the ability to choose up to 3 different types of defenses to use in each match, ranging from a small Lego-inspired defense tower, to “poisonous and venomous” vines that deal damage to enemies as they step on them, to turrets that give players that extra backup when you’re pinned down or facing some of the game’s incredibly fun bosses. The enemy variety here is plentiful, offering things from standard dummy bots that walk in a fairly straight line towards your Hypercores, to the Battle Blades, tops that spin uncontrollably and bounce into your defenses as well as you and your teammates, and even drones and attack helicopters.

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There was enough on display here that nothing ever felt repetitive or tired. Even though these enemies fell into obvious tropes of the Tower Defense genre, they’re all wrapped in a unique package that kept me excited to fire my weapon again and again. Deathmatch is also available, pitting you and 7 other players or bots against each other in either free for all or Team Deathmatch for some intense and chaotic fun. Plague mode has 8 action figures running around the arenas with a shotgun and as the round begins, one player is infected, turning them into a zombie. The goal here is to hold zones while holding off the increasingly large pool of players or bots as they get infected and try to eliminate the other players. All of these modes are fun, if a little bit unoriginal. The team at Digital Cybercherries, a group of 5 90’s babies that never gave up on their dream of playing with toys for a living, have done something truly special here. What makes this game stand out among a litany of other FPS titles releasing this year like Call of Duty Vanguard Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered 

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Battlefield 2042, or Halo Infinite, is it’s impressive art direction and soundtrack, which finds obvious inspiration in things from 90’s cartoons to movies like Small Soldiers. Yes, the game is wholly fun, but without this attention to detail, I don’t think it would stand out as much as it does. It controls well enough, but there is a bit of a learning curve when it comes to in air movement and making jumps which can occasionally be frustrating, especially in the middle of combat. Everything else is immaculate. The character models really look and feel like 4 inch tall G.I. Joe figures running around firing little BBs and your enemies break apart when killed just like you’d expect them to. Each unlockable playscape feels fully unique and lived in: locations like the ruins of a teenager’s bedroom to the isles of a We R Toys store are all fully explorable and have some fun collectibles to be found, granting you new and silly customization items for your toys. Some are hidden in plain sight with no obvious path, to others that are tucked behind packed boxes or folded pairs of jeans.

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Don’t worry, if you’re a completionist like me, you can go into the game via Free Roam mode to explore and collect everything you need to get all of those boxes checked. With virtually nothing but great things to say about the game, it’s a shame that the player population is so low that I was left playing almost exclusively with bots. While the friendly and enemy AI in this game is largely top notch, there were several instances in my time playing where enemies would wander out of bounds, keeping me from being able to kill them, or just stop in place, making them exceptionally easy targets. HYPERCHARGE is certainly a title that’s built to be played with friends and I believe that as great of an experience as it is solo with bots, it would challenge any Triple-A title releasing this year for fun factor with a group of your buddies to rain hellfire down upon unsuspecting enemy toys. While there’s no denying that the world has seemingly moved passed the stage of young kids playing with their action figures and instead has them playing video games on their parents Xboxes Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed does a fantastic job of making me feel like a kid in my bedroom, playing with my little brother and our action figures again more than any other toy soldier game has before it. For only a fraction of the cost of what I’ll spend on games like Destiny 2 or Halo Infinite this year, I cannot possibly recommend this game enough. Hypercharge Unboxed comes from a five-man team with a unique premise and a diverse array of gameplay styles. The meat of the action is a first-person shooter with a few twists and turns. You play as soldiers battling not only one another in deathmatch modes, but also one that merges wave-based shooting with tower defense. HU’s settings are unique as yes, you’re a soldier — but you’re toy-sized in a human world and get a small taste of being a Buzz Lightyear-esque hero as you battle enemy forces. The wave-based tower defense sections are very much like Monday Night Combat a decade ago where you blast away a series of enemies while making sure that your strongholds are secure.

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Here, you’ll have both a red and blue one to protect with a limited amount of resources allocated to do so. The first wave is the easiest, but also the one that relies the most on you to protect them as you won’t be able to set up any defenses. Later on, you can set up a variety of traps and barriers using coins picked up in the world — or gambled. Unlike just about any FPS I can think of, there’s a slight gambling element that actually works to make the game better. In each stage, you can find a slot machine and wager 25 coins that would go towards repairs or defenses and hope to win big. Doing so can cost you a bit or it can pay off huge. If it works out well, you’re set for the entire match as you can set anything you want up as a defense and repairs cost next to nothing. It’s a fun risk/reward mechanic and is something that you can turn off if you want things to be more reliant on skill than luck to survive. Deathmatch mode is about what you would expect, but with a more chaotic feel due to the smaller environments.

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

HYPERCHARGE Unboxed Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Not having as much surface area to move around means you have to play a lot more carefully. Shooting like a madman may work in some games, but you’ll wind up having to reload a lot here and give away your position easily. Oftentimes, melee alongside quick traversal will help more than raining down gunfire. While HU isn’t Titanfall when it comes to traversal mechanics, it is one of the few shooters that nails down a solid sense of speed when you’re running and momentum when you’re combing that with moving around the stage. The end result is a game that feels tight no matter what mode you’re playing and that benefits from logical controls. Trigger aim and shoot, while your bumpers run and jump. It all works nicely and you have face buttons for menu commands and in-world interaction. Everything works in an intuitive manner and there are even gyro controls for aiming to make things feel more natural.

Right away, the gyro controls don’t feel as tuned as Splatoon 2’s, but with some tweaking you can get some quick aiming without ever having to move a thumbstick — although that’s also an option if it’s needed. One thing that sets Hypercharge Unboxed apart from not only other shooters on the Switch, but consoles in general, is its freeroam mode. Here, you can not only learn the level layouts, but focus on mastering the mechanics and figure out the best kind of strategy for each map. The areas themselves are tightly-packed and mastery ensures that you’ll have a fighting chance in deathmatch mode and be as efficient as possible in the wave-based mode. This means that in the bedroom area, finding a prime shelf to use as a makeshift sniper point is huge as it gives you an area to attack without having to risk much. If someone spots fire coming from the area, however, then they’ll be able to see where you’re at and either lull you in by not attacking right away or planning an attack and taking you out where you stand. Call of the Wild: The Angler 

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