Descent 3 (PC) Reviews
Description:Publisher: Interplay Productions / Genre: Action / Genre: Adventure / ESRB Rating: T - (Teen) / Platform: Windows / Distribution Media: CD-ROM
Newest Review: ... were responsible for all the mayhem in the first two games. Outrage has sensibly opted to keep the trademark gameplay of the ... more
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Descent 3 plus Mercenary Add On - White Label (PC CD)
Platforms: Windows 95 Windows 98
Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Customer Descent 3 (PC) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/10/12 (Very useful, 6 readings)
The origins of Descent 3 go back to Nineteen Ninety-five, when games developer Parallax took the gaming community by storm with its groundbreaking title Descent, closely followed a year later by the obligatory sequel - Descent II. After bated breath Outrage (scion of the mighty Parallax) has delivered the next chapter in the saga, and it's better than ever before! The storyline in Descent 3 begins where the end of Descent II left off. The warp core has malfunctioned in your Pyro-GX fighter, causing you to be put in emergency stasis while your now derelict craft drifts through the vastness of space, getting ever closer to the blast-furnace heat of a nearby sun. ... Read the complete review
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