Jagged Alliance: Rage xbox one

You may remember the Jagged Alliance series from way back in the ‘90s, well now there’s a new take on the tactical offering and a few well known mercs are on hand, ready to do whatever’s necessary to earn a bit of cash. This spin-off is Jagged Alliance: Rage! and if you can hold back the rage for a second, you’ll find it’s now available on Xbox One.

Set 20 years after the initial instalment of the series, Jagged Alliance: Rage! sends you on a road trip straight into a hellish jungle, which is going to test your mind and your characters’ bodies to the limits. It’s just you and a selection of mercenaries – such as Ivan Dolvich, Helmut “Grunty” Grunther, Charlene “Raven” Higgins and others – up against a crazed army and their island-ruling, drug overlord. Each merc has their own desires and posses unique skills that become even more powerful throughout a battle.

There’s an almost 20-hour long campaign to work through here in either single player or online co-op, which mixes deep turn-based gameplay with plenty of adventurous elements. It’s personal choice if you take the more stealth-like approach or go for it with brute force in Jagged Alliance: Rage!.

Should you wish to own it on Xbox One then simply venture through to the Xbox Store, where it’ll cost £23.99 to purchase. We guarantee that’ll be a much safer route to buy it compared to what the brutal expedition has in store for you in the Jagged Alliance: Rage! experience.

Game Description:

Jagged Alliance is back – With a new take on turn-based tactics, adventure elements and the well-known quirky mercenaries! Set 20 years after the first Jagged Alliance, this spin-off lets you experience a road trip into a jungle hell to test your mind and body to the limits! This time it’s just you and a few allies versus an entire island ruled by a drug overlord and his crazed army. Do you have what it takes to rise to old glory?

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