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The Surge 2 [OVERCOME] On the way to Jericho City, your plane is shot down by a mysterious storm and crash-lands in the outskirts. You wake up weeks later in a derelict detention facility inside the city. Armor-clad soldiers enforce Martial Law, robots are on a rampage, and a dark, expanding nanostorm[OVERCOME] On the way to Jericho City, your plane is shot down by a mysterious storm and crash-lands in the outskirts. You wake up weeks later in a derelict detention facility inside the city. Armor-clad soldiers enforce Martial Law, robots are on a rampage, and a dark, expanding nanostorm looms over the cityscape... [SURVIVE] In a bid to survive, explore the sprawling, devastated city of Jericho. Fight its numerous, ferocious threats in brutal, unforgiving combat, slashing and tearing the limbs off your opponents to steal valuable equipment that will make you stronger - strong enough to face the most fearsome, imposing foes lurking in the city. [UPGRADE] With an expanded arsenal of weapons, armors, abilities, implants, and drones to build your character, and a bigger, more varied and more ambitious world, The Surge 2 challenges you to survive and unravel its hidden secrets. * Hardcore, brutal melee combat * Face deadly foes and colossal bosses * Cut off parts of the enemy you want to loot * Rich character progression and customization… Expand
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
Downloads 107
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG
Players No Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Focus Home Interactive / Deck 13
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The Surge 2 reviews ( 6 )

RaysOfGrey, Nov 13, 2019

Okay, so hear me out. I do NOT...I repeat, I do NOT like Souls-likes games. They simply do not appeal to me. All that extreme trial-and-error gameplay. Did not play Bloodbourne, did not play Sekuro, did not play Dark souls. Now....THAT being Said. I ab-so-lute-ly LOVED The surge 1. For some reason the atomosphere and the whole sci-fi aspect of it drew me in and I played it start to finish at least 3 times in the past few years. And the surge 2 has proven to be just as much fun, and I dare say, it improves on the formula of Surge 1. The combat system really is what carries the game and the whole sense of progression you get throughout is immensly satsifying. Unlike some other RPG games where your "Level" is basicly nothing but a stat increase that just scales with the enemies and vice-versa. In the Surge your progression is actually quite noticeble. The enemies stay the same, in the sense that their hitpoints and level do not increase. But your overal skill and armor/weaponry DO increase as you gather new gear and weapons and upgrade them. So the challange remains, but your impact changes drasticly. And that is just very satisfying. Being able to eventually kill certain enemies with a few well placed strikes whereas before you really had to whither them down hit-by-hit. The lore is being dived into a bit more this time around, but...this is very subjective to personal taste. To ME, it was fine. I`m quite neutral in this. The point I am really trying to make is...if you`re usually NOT into souls-like games...then you should give this a try. This game and its series is highly underappreciated. The whole SCi-Fi genre feels great, and it's more of an exploration/action/rpg than a hardcore souls-like game. *IN my personal opinion. Get it on sale if you must, but I tell you, it'll be money well spend. The gameplay and the mechnics in this game are enough to keep your entertaint for at least 20+ hours. Here's hoping that surge 2 finally puts this game on the map, because it does deserve a spot.

DarkBalls, Oct2, 2019

I can't recall the last time I found a game this captivating. As a long time SoulsBorne fanatic I found the concept of the original Surge intriguing, but I stayed away since it seems to lack diversity in its environments and game play. Man, Deck 13 has really stepped up its game for this sequel. The diversity and complexity of The Surge 2's environments pose a brilliant and fascinating challenge. The artistic style of this game is mind blowing and highly inspired. And while The Surge is indeed heavily inspired by Souls, there are many features of this game I see as improvements to the genre. Being able to target and extract weapon and armor upgrades from your enemies is so freaking cool. I have experienced issues with the game crashing on start up. Luckily, it hasn't crashed once while I've been playing. It's also performing quite well on a fairly old PC. After finishing it, I'll likely go back and play the original.

Mandulum, Oct 22, 2019

Favorite Thing: I loved The Surge 1 and I continued to have a blast with The Surge 2. It's still a killer Souls-like. Least Favorite Thing: I crashed a few times in the early hours. Date Completed: 2019-10-21 Playtime: ~ 27h Enjoyment: 9/10 Recommendation: If you like The Surge 1 or Souls-likes then definitely.

lur_, Jul4, 2020

Review for the base game without any DLC. Deck13 keeps improving and The Surge 2 is their best soulslike yet. Unfortunately it's still far from the quality of the top offerings from FromSoft and Team Ninja. Improvements over The Surge include faster and smoother combat and much more environmental variety. The new directional parry mechanic is a mixed bag. The directional aspect adds almost nothing over having non-directional parries, and the overuse of difficult-to-read windup animations in enemy attacks gets really tiresome. Also, placing even more mechanics on the right stick which is already used for lock-on and limb selection makes for some frustrating mistaken inputs, such as losing your lock-on by accidentally clicking the stick trying to do a directional parry. On the positive side, the big damage opportunity reward after a set number of successful parries on bosses is fun, and the limited but easily recharged healing system is good. Level/area design is much better than The Surge, but is still one of the weakest points of the game. Very few areas are memorable, and several areas feel like they could have been randomly generated. Cramped, cluttered, samey, nonsensical and/or anonymous area design causes the large amount of interconnectedness to become confusing and tedious. "A jumbled mess" is another description fitting many of the areas. The exolines (zip lines) are pretty neat, but also provide the designers a means to do very lazy area designs. The bosses are generally an improvement over The Surge, but some of the fights still suffer from misdirected gimmicks that fail to meld with the core combat mechanics. The "Metal Armor" fight being perhaps the clearest example. A couple of bosses are repeated several times over, and at least one boss is "just" a souped-up version of a regular enemy you've fought many times before. The game has a quirky tone and feels a lot less dark and foreboding compared to the first game. I didn't really pay attention to the story. There are a couple of technical issues. The upgraded engine (I assume) seems to run a bit worse than the previous one without really looking much better. The loading screen seems strangely decoupled from the main game engine, causing the annoying issues of sound effects continuing to play when entering a loading screen and the game actually giving you control of your character long before exiting the loading screen. It's probably possible to walk off a ledge before you even know you have control. The game crashed to desktop about once per hour (three times) before I set it to run as administrator, after which it never crashed again. Not really an acceptable solution on principle but it seems to work. The list of soulslikes I would recommend over The Surge 2 include all of FromSofts offerings, both of the Nioh games and Code Vein. If you've exhausted all of that and still feel an itch to play a soulslike, I would say The Surge 2 is a decent choice.

tobivv, Apr3, 2020

A pretty good soulslike game that introduces its own mechanics to the genre, however, it relies to heavily on its progression system, going too far in a grind-to-win direction.

Figaro79, Sep 29, 2019

Не понимаю зачем они клепают такие тупые игры. По сути Surge1-2 это игры паразиты - смотрите мы на DarkSouls похожи. Нихера вы на DarkSouls не похожи, вы просто говно склепали. А журналисты которые ставят высокие и средние оценки этому говну просто продажные шлюхи и никто больше. The Surge 2 пустая трата времени и денег.