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The Wall

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Action

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'The Wall' Revealed - Screens

by Rainier on Aug. 20, 2005 @ 2:00 p.m. PDT

The Wall is an FPS with an emphasis on the single player mode. However, it also contains RPG and RTS elements that greatly enhance gameplay. The player's weapons are customizable, both in function and appearance. An RTS-like ranking system and team-based missions give the player the sense that he is not alone, but operating as part of a much larger conspiracy. The player character has hidden abilities that are discovered and unlocked during the game. As in an RPG, his abilities improve as he accumulates experience.The non-linear mission structure provides a rich and varied storyline, the outcome of which ultimately lies in the player's hands. A total of more than 22 single player missions are planned to take place in 7 different regions comprising a total of 15 different settings. This includes both secret and regular missions.

Nowadays. European town. Terrible nightmares come to young doctor. He sees someone cruelly kill scientists, padres, journalists…And once our hero understands – his horrors are real and police began to hunt on him because that someone from his dreams is …himself. Soon, strange, dreadful things happen in the town. A lot more serious than young doctor. It seems the place of living all peaceful natives becomes a fight area between two alien civilizations. The Exodus of this conflict will answer on – will last World War be or not…

Game Features

  • Total fair destruction of the game world.
  • Open gameplay with strategic planning.
  • Tense storyline combining elements of thriller and sci-fi.
  • Support for all the latest technologies: dynamic lighting, specular, bump and parallax mapping, powerful physical engine.


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