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Auto Age: Standoff

Rating Summary

Based on 6 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

60

Top Critic Average

17%

Critics Recommend

Based on 6 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCSep 21, 2017

Developer: Phantom Compass

Genres: Racing, Vehicle Combat

The year is 2080. America lies in ruins. Bands of militarized motorists work to keep the peace in the east. Wheeled gangs rule the western wastes. A mysterious voice crackles through the static of radio relays, beckoning travelers into the desert canyons of the Dead Zone. Choose your side and speed full throttle into a deadly game of ruthless car combat soaked in '80s Saturday morning cartoon style. Will you rally behind SAIGE and Val Vega to fight for a better future, or seek total domination with the evil Dark Jaw and his ragtag Jawlings? Hurl headlong into the chaos of twelve-player online combat, buckle up for classic couch co-op, or even do both. With Auto Age: Standoff's versatile split-screen play, you and three other friends can skirmish privately or team up together in online battles. In a high-tech world of lowlifes, you'll need every advantage you can get. Choose your chassis and gear up with powerful weaponry and the latest gadgets, including missile launchers, ramming plates, mines, boosters, and more.

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"Auto Age: Standoff" (Early 2017 Trailer)

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Auto Age: Standoff Reviews

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Auto Age: Standoff wears its Eighties influences on its sleeve, but doesn't add enough content to back it up. It does offer a decent distraction though, with a bit of fun vehicular combat that harks back to the days of Vigilante 8 and Twisted Metal's PSOne days.

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A story might not be what one expects from a multiplayer only game like this; however, there is one and it actually has me wanting more.

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I love what the developers are going for here, but it feels like a huge squandered opportunity.

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If you're just looking for a car combat game to play with friends in 2017, Auto Age: Standoff won't let you down. If you're looking to play any other way, you'll probably be disappointed by the bare-bones feature set on offer.

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