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- Live forever and become immortal through a unique decapitation and regeneration mechanic that offers a different approach to 3rd Person Action game play. Detach your arm and use it as an exploding detonation device against the enemy, or tear off your head and use it as a scout within the level design
- Fight in critical situations making use of the hero's immortality! Get electrocuted and shoot electric bullets, catch on fire and use your body as a light source, fight enemies in a hurricane or on the highway among passing cars and several other invigorating environments
- Combination of various weaponry at your disposal including an array of guns for long-range attacks. Whip out the Butterfly Blade to slash and destroy what is in front of you
- Online co-operative and competitive Challenges against the enemy or each other. Play with up to 4 players and outwit those you're going against using the decapitation/regeneration elements as strategy
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Over 500 years have passed since a mortal named Bryce Boltzmann endured a life-altering tragedy at the hands of Astaroth, the Demon King. His wife murdered, left defeated and rendered immortal, he now moves through life without aspirations other than where he will find his next drink. Lending a hand to the clandestine group, the National Anti-Demon Agency(NADA), he pursues redemption through the extermination of demonic forces within the modern day world along with his agency partner, Arcadia.
NeverDead is a third person action/shooter offering a radically new game experience within the genre based on decapitation and regeneration. Lose any limb and still have the ability to endure the fight as death has already passed you by...
Top Customer Reviews
The final game has a few moments of brilliance mixed in with ultimately frustrating and unrealized gameplay. All the weapons Bryce seems to use, from handguns, machine pistols, assault rifle's, to his trusty sword, seem pretty unpowered. The damage factor could use some upping in my humble opinion since each "standard" enemy takes a ridiculous amount of hits to kill and you are often flooded by them onscreen. You also have some sort of charge timer on your sword, where the first few swings do slivers of damage, but then after that you do no damage for quite some time leading to your character having to run around or switch weapons.
After each level you can also spend points earned on new upgrades for Bryce. Sadly a lot of these don't make sense (Things like melee impulse increase?) or have little effect on your gameplay. It seems like the designers should have started Bryce with most of these upgrades and then worked up from there rather than making him pretty powerless with low damage and have to spend the entire game upgrading to hold his own.Read more ›
The plot for this game is simple. The player controls a wisecracking human demon hunter named Bryce, who was cursed with immortality five hundred years ago by the demon king Astaroth. Now in modern times, he hunts demons for money and revenge with a female private investigator name Arcadia in order to stop a demonic invasion that has nearly destroyed the city, which is lead by Astaroth.
The graphics for NeverDead have a comic book feel to them, which works strongly in the games favor. This leads to some graphical glitches and slow downs that left me sighing and waiting for them to pass. It really detracts from the immersion when this occurred.
Bryce is capable of wielding dual firearms or a two-handed sword to dispatch his foes. There is a wide variety of weapons to play with. You are able to wield a different gun in each hand, which makes close quarter combat a lot of fun. Ranged enemies can take a dose of lead from the assault rifle whilst stragglers and hopeful ambushers are blown away by a shotgun blast. There's rarely need to zoom in and pick out targets, a spray and pray approach is encouraged as the enemies are thrown at you thick and fast. Enemies rarely provide any variation in attack, and this makes for a repetitive combat system.Read more ›
Bad voice acting
Uninteresting characters and story
Dumb ending (even after credits...)
Joke boss battles
the only good things i liked were:
Certain songs of the soundtrack (most of it is generic and loops through each enemy encounter...)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've purchased this form M$ Store for <5. Definitely worth 10.
Bryce and Arcadia -- these two amazing characters and their corny lines -- kept me going through the game! Read more
Seems to be an unbeatable game(never dead) sometimes. One level it will glitch and auto save so you can't beat it. Seller did great though.Published 15 months ago by mica beard
This game is sooooooo boring
never again. If anyone wants mine I only used it once and it just sucks I'd sell it for as low as $2.00
I bought this game for my boyfriend because he has been wanting it for awhile he likes it so I'm happy he's happyPublished on March 16, 2014 by kelsey