By Irvin Fleming
For a game that is fun, conventional, and fun to play, in terms of the gameplay, Sunset Overdrive appears to be a significant example of the enjoyment that games can fulfill. Since the demonstration of the game takes place inside of an amusement park, which has an abundant of colors, then clearly the atmosphere is amusing to play.
Although it resembles the 2013 zombie game, “Dead Rising 3”, there is an intriguing style about the game that involves comic book cues, and bringing out the wit, as well. The usual mindset of going to an amusement park is to enjoy the rides, especially the roller coaster. Sunset Overdrive is a roller coaster that the players can enjoy with a variety of weapons, as a Punk Rock character. The Neon lights with the architecture from Asian cultures present a unique visual world that the player can travel through by using wires around the area, otherwise walking freely on the roads. The villains seem to be influenced by Insomniac games previous franchise Resistance, due to their physical features, especially the Brawler.
The Multiplayer gameplay shows how chaotic the metropolis can be, including at night time. The Chaos Quad mode permits players to use crafting of particular tools to protect their fortifications against the enemies. There are eight players who can work as a team to defend themselves against the enemies, including various modes “Scavenger hunts, Combat missions and Traversal missions.
About the Author
Irvin Fleming is an accomplished, passionate, driven, skilled, proactive, and talented professional with an aptitude for cognitive communication. Currently, Fleming is seeking challenging positions. When describing himself and his character, Fleming said he is open-minded in interactions, a caring, warm and energetic person. “I am very eager to learn the new things and willing to strive very hard to achieve desired result. “I am independent, analytical, reliable, and a dynamic team player; very dedicated to work and work ethics in the workplace. I am an ambitious person, yet realistic about my chances of completing a task with success.”