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The Surge Set in a dystopian future as Earth approaches the end of its long life, those who remain in the overpopulated cities need to work to survive as social programs become saturated by an ageing population and increasing environmental diseases. As the intelligence of technology incrementally increased over the years, many jobs for the human race had been made redundant, forcing Earth's people to flee to the suburbs seeking labor, aided by exoskeletons to improve their efficiency. The world of The Surge offers a grim vision of the future, one in which the evolution of our technology, our society and our relationship with the environment led to a decadent state of the Human condition. The Surge features innovative combat mechanics and an original character progression system based on modular upgrades gained through tight, visceral combat.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 74 / 100
User rating
7.1
Downloads 2699
Genre General, Role-Playing, Action RPG
Company / Developer
Deck 13 , Focus Home Interactive / Deck 13
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The Surge reviews ( 7 )

ChikatiloZ, May 16, 2017

First off, the intro is worth at least $10. Without spoiling it, you start the game confused because you're a handicapped dude, not some superhero. Then you're treated to a scene that can only be described as the wolverine creation scene on steroids. The intro was very immersive. Runs wel on max settings (3570K RX480 average system) the mechanics are cool, the fighting is cool, unlike just about every console port action rpg released in the last 10 years it doesn't hold your hand. The game isn't perfect, but it's a load of fun and i'm giving it 10/10 simply because it's so refreshing to have a dev respect their audience, it's not dumbed down to thesame level as witcher 3, batman games or just about every other action rpg console port, in this the AI actually puts up a fight, unlike the witcher 3 or batman you CAN and WILL die if you screw up. just about every other action RPG you can chew on your mouse, roll your face over your keyboard and your guy will beat the enemy with all kinds of crazy moves, you don't make those moves, you aren't playing, games play themselves these days. This one, you play, just for that it's brilliant, devs don't do that anymore, they think we want cutscenes and games that play themselves. So thank you guys for making a game and not a movie with some minor interactions. Screw you batman, witcher 3, mass effect andromeda, if i want to watch a movie, i'll take my wife to the movies. The surge beats all 3 of you because it lets ME play.

dypsomaniart, Jun 30, 2017

Just finished first playthrough, just over 50 hours. I love this game. I have been a gamer for 30 years and this game ranks right up there for a thoroughly enjoyable and satisfying experience. I almost didnt buy it due to the comparisons with dark souls (which I didnt enjoy) but I was pleasantly surprised and have been solidly addicted since. I loved the level design and the enemy attacks, learning the layout of each level and every enemy's attack patterns and weaknesses was very satisfying. The first time you encounter a new enemy they seemed impossible, but as you learned their moves they all got easier, to the point where I was clearing out whole levels without returning to medbay by the end. Tag a limb, block, parry first attack, jump back to dodge next attack, then dash forward into high low high combo, to finisher. Next victim. Then, just when you get comfortable and cocky destroying those enemies, you move on to the next level and have to learn a whole new set of moves and remember a new map layout. I loved nearly every minute of it (I nearly rage quit on the fourth boss fight, had to use google's help to get me through that one}. Seriously, I see all these bad reviews and it just obviously didn't click with some people. If you are good at memorizing complex patterns- like learning a new song on a musical instrument- and you are a focused and detail oriented sort of person like me, this game is a gem. If you need the GPS in your car to get to the milkbar and back, and you think the only way to beat an enemy is go back with a bigger gun, maybe look elsewhere. I'm off to start new game plus!

GamesXtreme, May 18, 2017

The Surge is a refreshing take on the *Souls formula, it joins Nioh in that regard and forges its own path towards something quite unique and extremely interesting -- it's a definite must-own game for *Souls fans and could entice new players with its gritty sci-fi setting.

Chadpowers, May 16, 2017

Combat is ok by itself. Though in comparison with similar games it has some major flaws and is below average. Regrettably, the combat is already the best thing about this game. The rest of the content, activities and other game elements are best described in as few words as possible as 'thin' and 'just barely enough to not be bad'. After the novelty of the combat wears off, the game offers very little in terms of motivation to finish it or even to play it again. Worse, the flaws in the combat and the supporting systems become glaringly obvious after a couple of hours, destroying even the last bit of incentive to play. Ultimately, this game is ok to buy right now if your really enjoy 3rd person action combat but don't care about anything else (i.e. story, plot, characters, level design, balancing, other activities than combat...) If you have standards, but still want something new to play with, buy this once it's on sale. For anyone new to the genre, this is definitely not worth full price, probably not even worth getting on a sale. .

Sjalka, Aug 4, 2017

A very good installation in terms of optimization, visuals and controls - as well as content - sort of. But ... i found it to be quite boring after too short a while. The positives: - great optimization - runs amazingly well on low end computers - great customization/options - clear UI with most informations readily on screen - very good combat mechanics with enemies signaling attacks in a mostly fair way - good death mechanic with real punishment - excellent salvage mechanics the negatives: - it felt VERY repetitive - not only because the game is a huge trial and error run - but also because a lot of enemies require very similar tactics ... and the enemies are not exactly spaced much. So i felt like fighting like 10 identical dudes with 2 handed hammers one after another in very similar environments - which of course - became rather dull quickly. - grinding - yes, there is a lot of grinding involved that is not the best kind of grinding.... - unimaginative upgrade system - and the upgrades offer no real feedback in terms of increased power (usually they just remove a little more health from the enemy per hit) - very little variance in visuals - but maybe it is cause i did not get THAT far in the game. I would have loved to see more enclosed or even fully enclosed exo-skeletons, armor parts with more utility gadgets - no ranged weapon (aside from a drone pea-shooter) .. yes, that was a great disappointment for me. So the game does not allow sneaking or sniping - nor real tactical movement. If you want to get from A to B ... and there is an enemy in between - you pretty much have to melee it. - no character customization ... i do like to pick gender and looks of a character. But if that is not offered - i am usually happy if the character is at least somewhat exciting. (and i do not mean in a heroic way, but maybe he should not look like a 90s janitor on pain meds and acute depression) My conclusion: Technically good - and those that enjoy the melee are well served. There is not much variation though... ( pull, dodge, hit, dodge, dodge, hit - repeat) If you want a little more free will and possibly a greater focus on story - this is not for you. For me personally - it is average ... but not more.

SaintMSent, May 22, 2017

Better than Lords of the Fallen, but not by much. Main idea of the combat system is interesting, but not enough. Other aspects of the game are awful. Bad level design, bad hitboxes, bad enemy placement. I don't know why you should play this game in the world where Dark Souls exists.

Joe_Friday, Apr 17, 2018

A boring, grinding chore of a game. Gameplay mechanics are slow and clunky. Dead enemies respawn in areas you've already cleared, so be prepared to kill the exact same enemies over and over and over again. It was so awful that I refunded it.