- Ashen (2018 on Windows, Windows Apps, Xbox One...)
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Ashen is a horror themed FPS about the war between Seven River City and Maqabir, one a city in reality, the other only appearing after summoned by an arcane ritual. The game is mostly old-school Quake-style action, but has some puzzle solving elements in it. It also supports four player multiplayer.
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Average score: 68% (based on 16 ratings)
Average score: 3.8 out of 5 (based on 5 ratings with 1 reviews)
I like FPS games. I like handheld consoles. I like Ashen. Really. This game has really good atmosphere, which is rather difficult to achieve on handheld console like N-Gage. Music tunes in game are catchy and finally sound loud enough so you must not search for your earphones to play with excitement. Sound effects are nice enough. Graphics engine pretty much looks like Quake (my favorite one). Although game story isn't one of those WOW!!! things, i liked it simply because when you play FPS game you want to shoot out those beasts and not to participate in soap opera. Range of weapons is pretty cool and i liked those weapon reload animations.
Controls are horrible, but you can't expect better form this type of console. Nice thing is that there is auto aim on Y axis. I wish there is quick save option but there are only two checkpoints per chapter. Also i would like there is damage indicator so I can see from which side enemies attacking me.
The Bottom Line
All hard core FPS players should have this one. You hate Red Faction, S60 Quake runs slowly on your smart phone or you just hate C2DOOM? Take this one and enjoy.
N-Gage · by Dragan Stojanovic (1) · 2008
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Game added by Zack Green.
Game added June 13, 2004. Last modified February 22, 2023.