ReCore: Definitive Edition

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ReCore: Definitive Edition

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General Information

Available on:Xbox OneSep 1, 2017
PCSep 1, 2017

Developer: Armature Studio

Genre: Adventure

From legendary creator Keiji Inafune and the makers of Metroid Prime comes the “ReCore Definitive Edition”, an action-adventure masterfully crafted for a new generation. You are “Joule Adams”, one of the last remaining humans on the planet “Far Eden”, a mysterious and dangerous world controlled by robotic foes bent on your destruction. To survive you must forge friendships with a courageous group of “Corebot” companions, each with unique abilities and powers. The ReCore Definitive Edition includes the new “Eye of Obsidian” adventure. Join the plucky Corebot “Violet” and journey into the permanent midnight of the “Starving Sea”, a previously unexplored region of Far Eden where ancient enemies plot their revenge—on Joule and all humankind! Other features of the ReCore Definitive Edition include: • The “T8-NK” (or “Tank”) Corebot frame. Use the T8-NK to cross quicksand and explore Far Eden with new power and speed! • Dynamic sandstorms in Far Eden’s “Shifting Sands” regions. Brave the storms to defeat more dangerous enemies and earn more valuable loot! • 10 new dungeons and 2 new overworld areas • 3 new weapon modes for Joule’s Energy Rifle • Upscaled to higher resolutions with HDR skies and lighting • Dozens of additional Corebot gear pieces • Decreased loading times and other improvements • Increased level caps and gameplay tuning • All new Achievements Supports Xbox Play Anywhere: yours to play on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC at no additional cost!

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ReCore: Definitive Edition Reviews

Metro GameCentral

GameCentral
7 / 10
Metro GameCentral

Half the price it originally was, but now twice as good – this third person take on Metroid Prime has been remastered into the game it always should have been.

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What starts as an inoffensively dull game turns into a repetitive and frustrating mess filled with technical issues, terrible combat, and an uninteresting story.

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