Psychotoxic: Gateway to Hell

Platform(s): Arcade, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS, PC, PSOne, PSP, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360
Genre: Action

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by Judy on Feb. 11, 2005 @ 8:17 p.m. PST

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Basically a human, she is also an angel and guardian, marked centuries ago to save mankind. Play on two different levels: The reality level contains the main elements for the battle against the horseman, including both indoor and outdoor scenes. In the mind level, Angie enters other people's thoughts - here time and space have no meaning.

Psychotoxic is a brilliant first person shooter with an exceptionally exciting story line. The setting is New York, in the year 2020. Three of the four horsemen of the apocalypse have caused terrible damage on Earth. The fourth horseman is now preparing for his return. Violence and aggression are increasing drastically. Humanity's last hope is protagonist Angie Prophet. Basically a human, she is also an angel and guardian, marked centuries ago to save mankind. Play on two different levels: The reality level contains the main elements for the battle against the horseman, including both indoor and outdoor scenes. In the mind level, Angie enters other people's thoughts - here time and space have no meaning.

Features

  • Superior 3D engine (Vulpine 3D Technologies)
  • 23 different weapons to choose from
  • Extremely attractive heroine "Angie Prophet"!
  • Innovative level design providing a constant stream of new surprises
  • 21 single player maps
  • 11 multiplayer maps
  • Innovative interface provides easy access and complete control
  • 22 different opponents and 8 "special" NPCs
  • 12 gripping music tracks highlight the atmosphere
  • Intricate story line combining the real world and the world of nightmares


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