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SAS3 was a long time in the making. We had so many people email and ask that we make SAS2 into a multiplayer game, and eventually we agreed it would rock if we did it. However it was easier to just completely remake the game as a sequel than to retrofit into SAS2. In the end it took way more time and effort than we ever thought.

Here it is finally for those who haven't already been playing it on ninjakiwi.com.

You can play single player or multiplayer, in either mode you get experience and rank up and unlock new stuff.

We have loads of updates planned, new guns, maps, game modes etc.

Enjoy SAS3!

Reviews


machinabassmachinabass

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

meh

I just dont like the top down look, other then that i have no objections.



Beserked8218Beserked8218

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The game...

This has truly hooked me. Though the campaign is short lived, the multiplayer is great. I've had lots of fun playing with friends on this. A few improvements I would do:
Add more guns, or at least make more guns available for lower ranked people (You need to be rank 22 to get an LMG).
Add a chatbox.
Make the barricades a little more realistic.
Make purge easier. It is almost impossible (I say almost, because I have beaten it once, but I had to kill 1992 until the end, which was a waste of ammo).
Make shotgun and LMG ammo cheaper. It costs 25 dollars to get 200 bullets for an smg, but 75 dollars for 25 bullets on a shotgun? Honestly, make it cheaper.
All games have their flaws, but this game I liked so much. I can not rate it a 10, because if I did, that would mean there was nothing to improve on it.


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tails27tails27

Rated 4 / 5 stars

it's ok BUT....

I don't like the deal with the camra goes where the mouse goes I got confused as hell I much prefered it when the camra focused on your charater


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Jester323Jester323

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Game is pretty fun, but

Logging in through mochi to save was nothing but a pain in the butt. I've logged in 5 times but the game has no idea. Sort of dumb.

The game itself is pretty fun, didn't get far because I'm having problems saving, but oh well. Maybe it's just me. Good game overall.



weirdoinventorweirdoinventor

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A bit of a double feeling

This game has a lot of content, but a single player campaign that gets you only part of the way to it. Even after failing the final level several times I still only have level 7. I was fully expecting a second campaign popping up. I beat the game with the skorpion after all.

It's not that the campaign is too short, but for me it would feel better with a steeper curve and faster levelling. Most of those awesome weapons I was looking forward to using can now only be unlocked during the post-single player void, not the best part of most games. And I suppose this hurts the premium content too. If the game is fully beatable with the early weapons, why pay for a flame thrower? (Besides flame throwers being awesome that is.)

However, leaving it at that for a review does not do the game justice. I had a lot of fun after all. The game looks good, plays good, the level designs are nice (especially the castle, even though it's much easier to beat it if you don't use any of the interior) etc etc. One minor issue is the broken barricades not being passable by the player. Yes, it does prevent all sorts of weird bugs, but it still feels unnatural. It's a really good game really, the difficulty curve just makes no sense.