Xenowerk Review (ASUS ZenFone Zoom): Console-Level Third Person Shooter, a Bit on the Repetitive Side (Video)

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  • 11 Apr 2016
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  • While playing with the ASUS ZenFone Zoom, we also had fun with the game Xenowerk, available for free in the Play Store. It’s a third person shooter, with graphics good enough to have made it viable on the PlayStation 2 and first Xbox.


    The game involves an Ellen Ripley-style character from Alien, who’s fighting… you guessed it, aliens. Graphics look very nice and we’ve got destructible objects, excellent lighting and a great vibe of the game, with creatures lurking in the shadows. You will be able to use flamethrowers, rocket launchers, lasers and what have you, all of the weapons unlocked by spending currency earned completing levels.


    You can also buy gear, like costumes, each with its own set of abilities. Those include healing powers, speed boost and the ability to freeze enemies where they stand. Levels are huge and often times I even got lost in the long corridors, even though I had a map that even pinpointed enemies. Aliens are very varied, ranging from huge bosses that seem taken out of Plants vs Zombies to small zerg-like creatures, that are very fast and acid spitters that are annoying because of their target.

    You will have to avoid irradiated areas and once enemies dies, they leave behind powerups, which may help you. Weapons have a cooldown period, so you have to take a break from shooting every once in a while. We can use a main and secondary weapon and deal destruction over 50 levels. This is a fun game to play and you’ll have a blast destroying generators, getting data from PCs and eliminating aliens.

    We give it an 8.3 out of 10 and while it’s nice to play, it’s not memorable. You can get it here.

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