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Guns, cars, lasers, and explosions! Nightwolf is a synth-themed, cyber-powered vehicular combat game in which you enter this dystopian future’s most popular sports arena – the MEGADOME! Survive an onslaught by motorized enemies and dispatch them in style for the enjoyment of the crowd!
release date: 12 Jun, 2019
About This Game
GUNS, LASERS, CARS & EXPLOSIONS
Inspired by cult classics such as Interstate ’76 or Twisted Metal, Nightwolf: Survive the Megadome is a fresh take on the vehicular combat genre. As a contender in this dark future’s most popular blood sport, you must battle the most dangerous motorized killers from around the world to the beats of an immersive synthwave soundtrack. You are a battle-hardened gladiator, your ride is your weapon, and your fame can mean the difference between death or glory.
NO GAME IS THE SAME
Fight in a variety of arenas against a host of different enemies. Each wave spawns varying enemies and therefore a different challenge every time.
GO BIG OR GO HOME
Simply surviving is not good enough. What you do and how you do it is reflected in your popularity. Please the sociopathic crowds with an exciting, explosive show and you can expect prizes and buffs. Provide a dull performance and you are in for a nasty surprise.
ADAPT OR DIE
Enemy fire is not the only danger present in the arena. Emergent environmental threats such as cybersandworms, laser walls, and incinerators, just to name a few, create additional hazards… but you can always use them to your advantage.
YOU LIVE, YOU DIE, YOU FIGHT AGAIN
There are only a handful of MEGADOME champions, so you are expected to die. A lot! While death means the end of the current playthrough, you still keep the fame points you have gained to upgrade your driver and your ride… Become an ever more menacing MEGADOME contender.
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 2 GHz
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD 3000
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 2 GB available space
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Nightwolf: Survive the Megadome user review
About two years ago when this game came on steam it was quite enjoyable to me. It was hard and grindy already back then, but now that it's supposedly finished, I'd say they ruined lots of fun and outright replaced it with frustration. The developer added purchasable continues for when you get blown to pieces and you start with 1 continue, before you could just restart the battle you were in without losing progres. And also he made it so that a health pickup now is a very rare find, in 3 hours of playing I just found one. If and when you find it, it will not heal you as much as it did before, you need to upgrade the health pickups as well. The upgrades are pretty expensive considered to how much xp you get per match. Also when this final version came out, I lost all of my previous progress, where I had almost everything unlocked!! That's a bummer.
Nightwolf: Survive the Megadrome
I'm going to begin my write-up on this by saying i wanted to like this game, I enjoy the Twisted Metal series and i've been looking for something to scratch that itch. However, unfortunately this game couldn't do it due to technical issues that i hope will get fixed further down the line, if not addressed in a later title by the same developer.
I can't recommend this to anyone. The driving is difficult to control and feels like you're sliding all over the place. Yes I know that it might control different on sand and snow but why? What purpose does that serve to enhance the game? You can't pull of a simple 180 to shoot the cars behind you and you desperately want to do this since you're probably taking a ton of damage.
Interstate '76 was one of the first PC games I have when was a kid (come with a Creative Sound or Video card I don't remember). And it was one of my favorite games for years! I always want a modern game how look and feel like Interstate '76 but never find it... Nightwolf: Survive the Megadome is different, yes, is in the future, have a synthwave/futurewave feel, don't looks have a "open world" or good history mode like Interstate '76 or lot of weapons and cars... BUT! Its make me feel happy, is like a spiritual successor of the old game I loved so much! I recommend very much!
Driving doesn't feel right, sounds were off/not playing in some cases, physics are a bit off (got caught spinning a doughnut continuously without accelerating or anything).
That one is a GOOD one :) With some fixing here and there it could be great title!
Best I can say right now is that this game is way more fun than it has any right being at a $5 price tag. Looking forward to whatever is going to be added, and I can't see how it'll do anything else but get better.
I'm an enthusiast of Twisted Metal-like games and damn this game is awesome!
This feels so good i could fight my way to Megadome the hole night long.
Games ok, but it really needs different textures and color. Has good potential to be a great game. Also the maps are too small and they sure need to add more fun creativity to maps.
If you're into the neon soaked retro futurism of Ridley Scott's Blade Runner or the dystopian combat-sports of Rollerball/The Running Man, you'll find something to like in this game. The way I see it, if the theme is dripping, the music so perfect you'd consider leaving on the game just to bob along, and the game functions in almost-just-right way, then that's about all you need.
that neon sky is the limit with this one! a lot of fun for $5 (only have a little bit of time on it but im enjoying it) can't wait until they add the story into this! as is of right now a very very solid twisted metal esq vehicle shooter. if on the fence of picking it up, just do it... still trying to figure out how to use the ps4 controller on it though