This planet ain't big enough for the three of you.
The Earth's surface may be nothing more than a burnt out hell hole but the Survivors, the Evolved, and the Series 9 robots still want it real bad and they're willing to have a whole new Armageddon to get it. Now's your chance to stake your claim to what's left of the planet. Send in your anaconda tanks and enforcers, counter the Survivors' hi-tech armies with mutant lo-tech mastodons and giant scorpions, or hit the fields and reap some serious body count with Series 9 seeders and weed killers.
Krush Kill 'N Destroy 2: Krossfire is a fast and furious real-time strategy game where you have to be quick or be dead. Seek out and conquer oil fields with your mobile oil platforms to fuel your army. Erect buildings such as the Machine Shop, the Barracks, and the Research Lab to build and improve your army and take the fight to your enemies. Seek out ancient technology bunkers and use the technological treasures within to turn the tide of battle. Most important of all: KRUSH, KILL 'N DESTROY!
For challenging RTS gameplay in gritty post-apocalyptic setting, and an advanced AI opponent that will give you a run for your money--this is your best pick!
Age requirements: ESRB Rating: TEEN with Animated Blood, Animated Violence.
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8, 1.8 GHz Processor, 512MB RAM (1 GB recommended), 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended), 2GB HDD, Mouse, Keyboard.
Posted on 2013-03-26 17:21:43 bysnowplow123:
This sequel to KKnD is a mixed bag. Some good things, some bad. Apologies for simple language, GOG's new (when was this implemented?) limits on reviews is too short.
Graphics - worst feature of game. Terrain is fine, units are very bad, worse than KKnD 1. Animations are bad; too few of them. Example: clock. A clock hand moves smoothly around. In this game, there are no positionsread more between the numbers, and there are only 8 positions. So instead of a continuous movement from lets say 12 to 6, in this game you see the unit snap from 12 to 1:30, to 3, to 4:30, to 6. There are no in between animations.
Sound - mutant animal sounds and survivor unit voices are reused from KKnD 1. The series 9 robot voices are bad.
Music - Well done tracks for all races
Storyline - similar to KKnD, the FMV intro to each mission is the extent of the plot "progression". Humor seems less consistent than in first game.
Gameplay - Overall, more balanced than the first KKnD:
-Buildings more build time, multiple at once cause slow build, so build order is important
- research expanded ; include more buildings
- High ground and vision plays a more significant role in strategy
- Towers very good now (too good maybe)
- Units do different damage vs infantry/vehicles/buildings
- Unit pathing is the the second worst I have ever seen in any game (first place for worst goes to Dark Reign 2).
- air units far too easily countered ; not worth cost and time
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Posted on 2013-04-04 17:31:49 byEverclear88:
This is a pretty cool RTS-game in the post apocalyptic wasteland. Think of it as Fallout 1 as an RTS. You have:
The levels are really fun and very challenging. The environments are cool and it is quite unique to its gameplay style.
What makes the game special is the awesome techno-metal soundtrack. It pumps you up, making you ready for warfare moreread more than any other in-game music.
At the time I liked the calm of Age of Empire II's music, but this is dirty, hectic and filled with chaos!
Give it a shot, soundtrack alone os worth 6 bucks =)
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Posted on 2013-10-11 10:19:05 byLAntC:
I loved this game when I was younger but playing it again, it's not near as good as the prequel and feels a bit more outdated that the prequel. However it's still pretty good play. The one place where this trumps the prequel is the music, the music is way more memorable.
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