A solid top down shooter, set in yet another dystopian future!
The future is upon us in this game as well, and, as dystopias have shown us, rarely does the future bring anything good! So it's the year 2034, and a Mars colony has been overrun by aliens; as you'd expect it, the game asks the player to go into full action mode, and try to solve the issues that these baddies have left behind. Thus, you're going to have to do a lot of reaping of alien lifeforms, some that will require more knocking about, others that will require less! Machine Hunter is also the kind of game that can be quite relentless at times, a bit on the darker side (it wanted to be a bit of a scaremonger, a bit of a horror game) with lots of corridor bits and a sufficient quantity of puzzle bits to keep the experience entertaining. So, yeah, play it, see how you like it and if you do try a game such as Total Mayhem as well, also quite capable a corridor shooter, though a much more light infused one, for those that hate dark and sinewy alien infested spaces! Plus, the way the game is drawn (still isometric, but more airy) it is less likely to make you feel claustrophobic.