Ion Fury is a first person shooter action game which is mostly an all out rage bloodbath, supported by a heavy metal audiotrack. The game’s visual look old and it’s based on many old school games, the chunky, at time pixelated graphics bring in a nostalgic feeling.
The game’s combat system is extremely challenging unlike most First Person Shooters, Ion Fury offers to the player no recharging health, or the ability to take cover or tutorial to the game; this makes the shooting of Ion Fury absolutely raw, and for someone with a thrill for that kind of challenge this game sits very well. The game has no real focus on story, mostly focusing on hardcore action, which can easily become a boring after a point if it was not for the range of weapons to experiment with. Ion Fury offers an excellent arsenal of weapons, and each weapon has a slightly more deadly alternative firing mode. The game’s music, combat and a bloodthirsty environment makes it offer exactly what players would find themselves loving and deeply engaged in.
Platform- Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Price- 569 Rs
Developer- Voidpoint, LLC
Publisher- 3D Realms, 1C Company
- Music fits the environment well
- Combat mechanics are challenging and engaging
- Excellent range of weapons
- Music sometimes get repetitive
- A good storyline would have made the gameplay experience better
While Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison earned her codename defusing bombs for the Global Defense Force, when evil transhumanist mastermind Dr. Jadus Heskel unleashes the members of his cybernetic cult onto the streets of Neo DC, she knows it’s time to start causing explosions instead of preventing them.
Her quest to slay Heskel leaves a trail of carnage throughout huge, multi-path levels filled with gigantic explosions, more secret areas than we can count, and inhuman foes behind every corner. There’s no regenerating health here; stop taking cover and start running and gunning.