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Title: Metal Assault | Status: Shut Down
Genre: MMOTPS | Theme: Action
Graphics: 2D | Filesize: 219 MB
Publisher: Aeria Games
Developer: GNI Soft
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(35 votes, average: 3.86 out of 5)


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Overview

What’s explosive about it:

Solo, Co-Op, and Team Missions

Similar in style to the Metal Slug series

Mission Mode

Metal Assault is a free to play massively multiplayer online (MMO) 2D side-scroller shooter with graphic style and gameplay similar to Metal Slug series, that promises to win over core and casual players alike with with great game modes, including player-versus-player (PvP), player-versus-environment (PvE) and Pv…Z? In player-versus-zombie mode, obliterate oncoming masses of enraged zombies with your best weapons and assault vehicles.

As an R.O.C. Operative, players will be able to explore the City of HERZ, run and gun across 12 dangerous maps and go on a series of gun-blazing assignments to unravel the mystery behind the explosion at R.O.C. HQ and the disappearance of the famed Professor Russell.

Once you select a hero, you can customize your appearance and start playing. Complete quests and defeat enemies to earn experience points and upgrade licenses. Through cunning attacks and enemy-flattening strategy, you will be able to consistently boost your character’s weapons, skills and outfits until you finally emerge as the ultimate executioner.

Some missions in Metal Assault require the use of vehicles, and some game modes have vehicles waiting for pilots and drivers.  Along with a blazing arsenal of personal guns and grenades, players will come across several types of multiplayer machinery as they work to overtake enemy terrain and lay siege to massive NPC bosses.


Metal Assault system requirements:

OS: Windows XP / Vista / 2000
RAM: 512 MB | HDD: 512 MB Free
CPU: 1 GHz Intel Pentium 3 or equivalent
Graphics Card: NnVidia GeForce FX5200(128MB)

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  1. Howardlerton on May 13, 2012

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  2. commanderhavoc on November 23, 2011

    Metal Assault is a bit like Metal Slug if you think about the frantic battles you wage against both the computer controlled enemies as well as other players, only its a bit more bloody.
    The game offers a lot of fun in that, but one thing that kinda puts me off is the fact that there isn’t much in the way of customizing your characters which is a shame really.
    But otherwise it is a fun game with plenty of frantic action for everyone.

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  3. hunter on July 31, 2011

    PvE can b b a bit too easy with powerful gunz but its much harder(depending on the diffculty) if u have starting weapons but PvP is a bit chaotic when there are a lot of players but other than that this game is a ton of fun

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  4. eliteninja on April 25, 2011

    fun download it its beast. zombies,pvp,and co op missions :)

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  5. Bananaplasm on April 24, 2011

    The game is quite fun. It gets chaotic in bigger groups. Although it looks intimidating everything is quite simple.
    Only downside is the lack of documentation. The “game guide” is pathetic and cheaters ruin the PvP experience. But the PvE is quite fun.

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  6. Icedrake on April 22, 2011

    This is just my opinion, and I’m sure many people may try to contradict me, but when I played the game, I found that the customisation options were very limited, the interface of the game was unruly, the gameplay was chaotic, etc. And how the heck do you reload your weapon? Do you have to pick up ammo for it off the ground? Simply put, this game is really, quite unusual.

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    • BananaPlasm on April 24, 2011

      R reloads the weapon for me =P
      and ammo lies on the ground as far as I know

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    • mr.bojangles on May 5, 2011

      the customization is in the weaponry. You can upgrade your weaponry based on how you want to improve it. Maybe you want a really high accuracy. Or you want a really rediculous bullet speed. Or you just feel the need to balance out that gun.

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