Pariah (2005) – PC Gameplay / Win 10


Pariah (2005) – PC Gameplay / Win 10

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Pariah is a first-person shooter video game, developed by Brainbox Games, HIP Games and Digital Extremes. It was released on May 3, 2005 for Microsoft Windows and Xbox. It uses a modified version of the Unreal engine and the Havok physics engine. Pariah received mixed reviews from critics.

Pariah features standard first-person shooter gameplay, largely influenced by the Unreal franchise, particularly Unreal 2 (whose game engine Pariah is based on). The single-player and multi-player game feature drivable vehicles that may be used in combat. The game’s most remarkable feature is the use of collectible Weapon Energy Cores with which to upgrade the player’s weapons, giving them additional features and greater power. Each weapon in the game can be upgraded a total of 3 times.

░▒▓ PC Hardware ▓▒░

CPU: Intel Core i7 3770K @ 4.20 Ghz
RAM: 16 GB
GPU: Nvidia Geforce GTX 970
OS: Windows 10 64bit

░▒▓ Recording HW/SW ▓▒░

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  1. Way back when game demos were actually good, I played the demo of this game which included like 2 levels and a multiplayer mode as well. (At least I think it was the demo, don't remember) I would play the multiplayer mode where I was in Sweden together with my two friends, Samara (same name as the monster in The Ring movie, as she said) from West coast of Canada, and together with "Mad Dog" from Australia (hope you're not getting bullied at school anymore, bud). It's incredible how I remember those two friends from an insignificant game demo 15 years ago… but I remember. Too bad we lost touch.


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