Mad Max Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 - First 2 hours! (PS4 Let's Play Gameplay Commentary)
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Mad Max Walkthrough! Walkthrough and Let's Play Playthrough of Mad Max with Live Gameplay and Commentary in 1080p high definition at 60 fps. This Mad Max walkthrough will be completed showcasing every level, mission, boss, and story ending.
Max's journey to the Plains of Silence takes an unexpected turn when a group of War Boys (run by warlord Scabrous Scrotus, psychotic son of the Immortan Joe) run him off the road and steal his clothes, his supplies, his weapons, and his car before leaving him to rot in the desert sun. Traversing the wasteland in search of his prized Interceptor, Max meets a hunchbacked mechanic named Chumbucket, an overzealous individual that's hell bent on crafting the perfect vehicle, the Magnum Opus. After giving Max hope of exacting vengeance on Scrotus, the two form an unlikely partnership and set out in the base of the Opus in search of food, water, allies, upgrades, and redemption in a world devoid of sanity
Mad Max is a post-apocalyptic action-adventure game, with a heavy emphasis on vehicular combat, in which the player takes on the role of eponymous character Mad Max (Bren Foster). According to the publisher of the game, up to 60% of the game's campaign requires the player to drive. Mad Max will feature a variety of weapons which Max can use to defeat his enemies. Though the shotgun is Max's weapon of choice, ammo is scarce, so melee options are the smarter approach. The 'Thunderstick' is an explosive weapon that can be lanced into an enemy's chest, blowing up the victim. The harpoon can be used in-vehicle with Chum riding along. Max's Magnum Opus can be combined with a V12 engine and a powerful ramming ability to destroy enemies' vehicles and weaponry. Weapons, such as flamethrowers and a mounted cannon, and a grappling hook can also be added to the Magnum Opus. When simultaneously driving and aiming, the game enters slow-motion and allows the player to toggle between targets. Despite the game having a third-person perspective, players can switch to first-person view when the player is engaging in combat with enemies while driving the Magnum Opus. In order to encourage exploration, the Magnum Opus can be upgraded by using scavenged materials found in the desert, by hijacking enemies' cars or by collecting enemies' car parts. Nitro boosts are also featured for acceleration. Armor and weapons are also available for customization in the game. Enemies sometimes will hop on top of the Magnum Opus in an attempt to make it explode, but the player can avoid that by adding dangerous hazards, such as spikes, around the car. The player has access to the garage screen throughout the game, allowing the players to customize the Magnum Opus for any occasion. Max's garage can be used to change and modify the car's engine, chassis, wheels, body works, including paint jobs, and the "shell" of the automobile. However, upgrading one aspect of the car will negatively affect other aspects. For example, upgrading the engine will allow Max to drive faster, but it will also negatively affect the handling. The sound produced by the engine changes when players change, add, or remove certain pieces from the Magnum Opus.
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Developer: Avalanche Studios
Release: September 1, 2015
Genre: Action Adventure, Vehicular Combat
Platforms: PlayStation 4 (PS4), XBOX One, Windows PC
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment