Blazerush

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Blazerush
Developer(s)Targem Games
Publisher(s)Targem Games
Platform(s)PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux
Release29 October 2014
Genre(s)Racing, vehicular combat
Mode(s)Multiplayer, single-player

Blazerush is a top-down vehicular combat video game, developed by the Russian studio Targem Games. The game was released on PlayStation 3 and PC Steam via in October 2014.[1] November 19, 2014 saw the release of the first update 1.0.1. for PC users.[2]

Gameplay[edit]

BlazeRush is an arcade racing game where players compete with each other on various thematic tracks. The main goal of the race is to cross the finish line first. During the race, players can pick up various weapons with different characteristics. Weapons can be used both for attack and defense. You can also find a number of boosters, such as nitro, rocket and pulse variations on the road. Unlike most traditional races, BlazeRush puts emphasis on split-screen local multiplayer, allowing 4 players at once, as well as the possibility to drop into the game at any time.

Game modes[edit]

At this point, the game has three game modes — Survival, King of the Hill and Race.

Survival

In this mode, the pilot with the least numbers of ‘death’ wins. You are also pursued by an angry boss, so those falling behind risk being overwhelmed.

King of the Hill

In the mode ‘King of the Hill’ the pilot to lead for most of the race wins.

Race

A three-lap sprint. The winner is the first person to cross the finish line. Given the level of insanity in the game, the results of each race are often spontaneous and unpredictable.

Story[edit]

The game has three planets suitable for life, and thus for the crazy races. As the game progresses, these planets undergo global changes, serving as a backdrop to our magnificent competition.

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