Nex Machina: Death Machine Crack & Activation Code

Nex Machina: Death Machine Nex Machina is an intense arcade style twin-stick shooter from Housemarque. Taking hints from both Robotron and Smash TV, Nex Machina focuses on pure action, voxel destruction and competition in the distant, cablepunk themed future.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 86 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1309
Genre Action, Shooter, Shoot-'Em-Up, Top-Down
Company / Developer
Housemarque / Housemarque
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Nex Machina: Death Machine reviews ( 4 )

jose-antonio-5, Dec 28, 2017

Todo un homenaje a los arcades clásicos; sencillo, frenético, muy divertido y 100% habilidad además de una banda sonora de electrónica al estilo ochentero genial No seas un estúpido ignorante que valora un juego en función de las horas que dura y no por su calidad

zzZZZzzzzZZz, Dec 6, 2017

Смачная аркада из прошлых времён выпущенная после барбершопа и с электронной сигаретой в зубах. Канонически сложная и суетливая аркадная машина (а последний босс, он трудный самый): откидывает все заигрывания с апгрейдами, обвесами из вторичого оружия, комбо и оставляет вас один на один с экшоном и таблицей достижений. Это также из тех редких, по нынешним временам, игр, которая с удовольствием вам покажет "Game Over" и даст пинка к первому уровню. Ностальгия прям.

blunderfuljoe, Sep 18, 2017

Nex Machina can only be described as a bullet-hell twin-stick shooter. This top-down shooter constantly fills the screen with enemies charging full speed at you while others sit back and take shots. You learn to weave in and out of fire while utilizing the dash to move through enemies unharmed. Predicting and being aware of visuals is key in this game. Each enemy has a different style of movement and different pattern of attack. One will lunge at you at a certain distance, one enemy continues to spin while shooting a constant stream of lasers, and another one completely disregards you to kill humans found on the map. Reading and learning firing patterns come innately as you continue playing the game. Each enemy will be seen multiple times through a stage and you learn their habits pretty quickly because if you don’t, you die. While you do this, there are specific side objectives available to help boost your score. There are a set amount of humans on each level of a stage. This mechanic is reminiscent of Resogun’s saving human mechanic. Saving the humans will increase your multiplier and thus increase your score. At the end of each stage, the game awards you with points based on how many humans you’ve saved along with bonus points from other secret objectives. There are different power-ups to pick up in the game. Enemies are known to drop them from time to time and they can also be found in the destructible environment in each level. These power-ups can be extremely useful from passive abilities like weapon spread and weapon range to rechargeable active abilities such as rockets. They are extremely helpful and make you feel powerful, but the biggest downside is how they are handled when you die. The music has to fit with the overall aesthetic of this kind of game and the soundtrack in Nex Machina does everything I could hope for. It's a blend between techno and trance music. The music keeps with the pace of the game well; there was never a moment when the music slowed down and neither did the game. I'm a fan of alternative rock and yet I couldn't help bob my head with the music. It does well to keep the player entranced to the screen while creating a rhythm that you can follow that helps you focus on the dodging the rain of bullets. Housemarque’s Nex Machina, takes a futuristic setting and makes exploding voxels exciting again. The game makes my palms sweat as my focus never wavers from the moment the game starts. With no time to think, the game continues fluidly from level to level and stage to stage. Visually, the game is another masterpiece in terms of what it does well. Bright visual colors and cues make it so that even when you are focused on the mayhem around you, you never miss what’s happening on another part of the level. Power-ups make the game easier as you progress through levels, but the overly punishing continue screen makes all your effort for naught. The variety of enemies per stage add more nuances and challenges that make each stage completely different from the one before. The game is only several hours long in a single playthrough of arcade mode, but the different challenges shown from the menu screen will provide many more hours of play. Go forth and watch as visuals bring you in and the gameplay keeps you playing.

RS132, Dec 4, 2017

This game is held back by one truly stupid decision: there's no saving whatsoever. If you start the game in one sitting you either finish it in that sitting or start over completely next time. There is a "Single World" world mode that lets you start at a particular level, but beating a level in that mode does not unlock the next. I know they're going for an "arcade feel," but there's some things best left in the 80s. You're not asking me for quarters, you shouldn't ask me to start over every time I want to play. Hard Pass.