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KKnD2: Krossfire

Real Time Strategy (RTS), Strategy

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Beam Software, Melbourne House, Infogrames, GT Interactive Software

October 31, 1998, April 15, 1999

PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation



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Content Gaps: Some areas of KKnD2: Krossfire feel underdeveloped or lacking in content.

High Difficulty: The steep difficulty curve in KKnD2: Krossfire can be daunting for new players.

Repetitive Elements: KKnD2: Krossfire may become repetitive after extended play, especially in the Real Time Strategy (RTS) genre.

Why To Avoid

Beautiful World: Explore the stunning world of KKnD2: Krossfire, a visual treat for fans of Real Time Strategy (RTS).

Community Driven: The game has a strong community, which enhances the multiplayer experience.

Innovative Mechanics: KKnD2: Krossfire introduces new and innovative mechanics in the Real Time Strategy (RTS) genre.

Why To Play

It's 100 years since nuclear warheads totalled the Earth, 40 years since the militant Survivors crawled from their underground bunkers to struggle against the mutated Evolved for control of the surface. With a victory for either side seeming doubtful, many people from both sides fled the conflict 40 years ago and have spent the time regrouping, licking their wounds, and planning for the next assault.

Now the New Survivors pour out of the ground, trying to retake the surface. The 'Further Evolved' ride mutant beasts to defend the surface once again. But now there's a whole new factor no-one's accounted for. From a line of dust on the horizon, the Series 9 robotic army, once farming robots, whose purpose in life was lost when the farmland they were built to protect was burned in the nuclear annihilation, and now with revenge in their crazed visors, storm across the land killing anything they can find. The War of the Three Armies is getting underway. Pretty scary huh?



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