Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot

Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot is an Action, Stealth, Platform, and Metroidvania video game developed by Vatra Games and published by Konami for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game features Single-player mode only, and it acts as the sequel to Rush’n Attack, released in 1985… read more
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#1 N+

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N+ is a Side-scroll, Platform, Single-player and Multiplayer video game created by Slick Entertainment and published by Metanet Software for Multiple Platforms. The game offers three-button controls, which the player uses to play the game. In the game, the player controls the small black ninja, who is capable of jumping, climbing, dodging, and rebounding from walls in order to gather golds on his way to the exit of the level. There are many levels and each level the player gets into the time limit based on the metabolism of ninja which according to the instruction for the games, grants the ninja an extremely short life-span. Collected gold may increase the remaining time for the player, thus being a valuable item to gather. While the player is given extra lives, death can still come often and swift. The gameplay becomes difficult to play as the player reaches the advanced levels where he will face difficult tasks to complete. N+ includes prominent features such as Side-scroll Action, Command the Ninja, Several Levels, and more. Try it out, and you’ll like it.

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#2 Exit

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Exit is a Puzzle, Action, and Single-player video game created and published by Taito for Multiple Platforms. The main premise of the game is to command the main character named Mr ESC, who is an escapologist, out of offices, underground facilities, hospitals and other structures within the time limit. During the journey, the player needs to dodge obstacles such as floods, earthquakes, meteor showers, or even fires. In the game, sometimes the player needs to assist the trapped citizens’ escape as well, and it will take quick planning and thinking ahead to exit point successfully. There are several levels, and each includes a starting point for the main character and an exit point. In each level, there may be more one civilians trapped and sometimes, the player can’t complete the level unless he saves some or all the civilians before he escapes. There are four different types of individuals such as Young, Children, Adults, and Patients. The player explores the environment from a side-scroll perspective in order to complete a set of levels to earn points.

More About Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot

Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot is an Action, Stealth, Platform, and Metroidvania video game developed by Vatra Games and published by Konami for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game features Single-player mode only, and it acts as the sequel to Rush’n Attack, released in 1985. The storyline of the game revolves around the protagonist named as Sergeant Sid Morrow, an American special agent who is sent on an epic mission with his team to recover a prisoner from the secret military base of Russia. The game is heavily inspired by many action gameplay elements from the original game. It is played from an isometric perspective, with the protagonist being able to move vertically or horizontally. There are several new features over its predecessor, such as stealth combat, non-linear levels, usable equipment, and attack combos. The main character is equipped with a knife in the start of the game, but the player can pick up other temporary-use weaponry such as rifles, grenades, and rocket launchers. Rush’N Attack: Ex-Patriot includes prominent features such as Shank Combos, Temporary Weapons, Isometric Gameplay, Several Levels, and more. Check it out, and have fun.

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