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Pressure

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Publisher: TopWare Interactive
Developer: Chasing Carrots
Release Date: March 26, 2013

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by Rainier on March 22, 2013 @ 11:22 a.m. PDT

Pressure offers a mix of shooting and top-down racing in a colorful Steampunk setting where players take control of a buggy that runs on steam power to speed through the cartoonish world.

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"Pressure" sticks players into the driver’s seat in a fantastic steam punk themed universe, filled with strange characters and unique villains led by the diabolical Count Soap II. This greedy tyrant has a malevolent plan to steal all available water in the land, in a sinister plan based on his steam technology. To save his world, our hero must leap into the driver’s seat of his steam buggy, blast his enemies and keep an eye on his pressure gauge. An empty pressure tank is the end of all hope for a drying world. Fight your way through 30 levels of this comic book style steam punk world, and either take out Count Soap II, or lose your home.

Thwarting his sinister plans and returning the valuable water to the citizens of the world is the main objective of the game… as well as destroying his countless, caltrop-laying minions.

A sophisticated shop and upgrade system allows players to upgrade their buggy in between races.

In “Pressure” it’s cut and dried; are you ready?

Key Features:

  • Thrilling racing experience with realistic physics
  • Classic arcade shooting fun 
  • Single and Mulitplayer content (local or online)
  • Lovely characters and fresh setting
  • Online Leaderboards and Achievements
  • Upgradeable vehicles and characters
  • Over 30 distinct levels
  • Clever and challenging boss fights
  • Fully animated cutscenes
  • Steamfunky soundtrack

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