Mad Max

10 Best Games for Kleptomaniacs

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by T.J. Denzer October 21, 2015 @ 11:01 AM
You don't need that tin can do you? How about this crutch? You're not even injured! And come on, what's up with all these cheese wheels? Surely you're not going to eat all of those. There are a ton of games out there that are all about the loot, but "loot" can be a flexible term. There are quite a few games that have players digging through container after container and finding simple cloth or destroyed books with the occasional items that are actually valuable or purposeful. Nonetheless, when videogames have taught us to think that we just might need everything we come across, it's hard to resist temptation to just grab everything we see in every box.

Mad Max Review (PlayStation 4)

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by Jason Fanelli September 14, 2015 @ 9:39 AM
-Avalanche Studios
The wasteland is a dangerous place, filled to the brim with psychotic warmongers and vehicular violence on every road. Luckily our hero is well-suited for such a world, and Mad Max does a pretty good job of making the player feel as powerful as the titular hero throughout the adventure. There’s one enemy that even Max can’t overcome however, and it defines the entire Mad Max experience: repetition.

E3 2015: Avalanche's Mad Max Magnum Opus

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by Luke Brown June 24, 2015 @ 3:27 PM
Avalanche
I'll tell you what; you haven't lived until you've harpooned a War Boy from his car, and flung him across the wastelands at hundreds of miles per hour. You just haven't. It's science. I would know, as I spent the better part of my time with Avalanche Studios' Mad Max testing out that very experiment. It's all in the initial plunge; the one that sticks right in the War Boy's chest. You nail that shot, and you can feel the life force exiting the body almost as fast as it flings past Max's car.