In Soulstorm's announcement press release Lorne Lanning explains that the story in Soulstorm, while inspired by Abe's Exoddus, would not be a one on one copy like New 'n' Tasty was. Unfortunately, they all appear a little too pixelated when set against the high-resolution backgrounds. Abe travels through the mines with several of his friends to discover that the are exhuming Mudokon bones for a new unknown product. Bottles of flammable Soulstorm Brew combined with a lighter may be turned into an improvised Molotov cocktail, for example. Of course, unless you played through his first game, you have no idea just how hard he's had it, and thus no idea what's in store for him the second time around. Then again, you probably won't get stuck in any one sequence for too long, and if you do, there's a good chance you can backtrack and do something else instead, then return to that point after you've gained a little more experience behind enemy lines. A small number of team members who originally worked on New 'n' Tasty founded in November 2016.
A bunch of new enemies have been added as well. Fortunately, unlike in Abe's Oddysee, in Exoddus you can save anywhere, anytime and after your inevitable demise you'll start off right there. Abe can mind-control just about anything, so long as one of those pesky head-zapping devices isn't around to keep him from trying. Shortly after the discovery, Abe was chased out of the mines by a. Oddworld Inhabitants reopened their own studio for the development of Soulstorm, aiming to develop most of the game in-house in conjunction with Canada based. Abe then assassinated three head Glukkon officials before continuing to the brewery.
Mudokons are no longer clones of each other and have a more defined personality and unique appearance. The scenery itself is richly colored and detailed, occasionally even to a fault, as certain areas look too busy or too cluttered. Soulstorm aims to tell the story as it was originally meant to be. After all, the sequel to Abe's Oddysee closely follows the first game's challenging formula with a combination of hair-trigger side-scrolling action and puzzle-solving, though it throws in plenty of tough, new bad guys and situations. He should help Abe during his travel. After examining the contents of the brew, Abe discovered that the Glukkons were using Mudokon bones as an ingredient in the brew.
Crafting and managing followers will be some of the main gameplay mechanics in Soulstorm. Having to see for the blind is just one of many different puzzle elements in Abe's Exoddus, making parts of the game feel like Psygnosis' classic Lemmings. Fact is, like its predecessor, Exoddus is extremely difficult, and success will invariably demand continuous trial and error no matter how good you think you are at platform games. After freeing the Mudokon spirits imprisoned in the Mudanchee and Mudomo Vaults, Abe gained scary powers from the Spirit Guides, including the ability to heal his Mudokon friends of Soul-Storm addiction, and the power to turn invisible. Many of Abe's pals in Exoddus have been brutally blinded; you'll need to guide them to safety with your voice, by telling them to stop and go as necessary.
The more powerful hardware compliments the design goals for Soulstorm by allowing higher visual fidelity, lighting and physically based rendering. His old foes are back, such as the mean-spirited machine gun toting Sligs and the spider-like Paramites, but new threats abound. Mudos is inhabited by various sentient races all living together. At a glance, Abe's Exoddus appears identical to the first game, which means it looks fantastic - in both senses of the word. Pre-release promotion Oddworld Inhabitants was present on the Electronic Entertainment Expo E3 2017 in Los Angeles to privately show Soulstorm to a select group of people.
Odd things are happening at the SoulStorm Brewery. During his escape he learns he is destined to be the leader of his people and spark an uprising. Once you mind-control one, you can make a Slig open voice-recognition doors with the proper series of curses and chortles. Conversely, Abe's veterans will have a pretty good sense of what's at stake. RuptureFarms will also make a brief appearance. On April 27, 2017, Lorne Lanning said the release of Soulstorm was pushed back to 2018. However, upto this scene, Abe's deeds at RuptureFarms have not been mentioned yet since the ceremony scene was cut.
The game isn't short by any stretch and mostly well paced throughout, with high-speed action sequences interjected by the occasional puzzle where you can actually take your time to think. Abe will be able to pick up objects he finds and craft them into useful items. Inevitable frustrations aside, Abe's Exoddus is continually rewarding as you successfully accomplish its countless, difficult trials of dexterity and wit. Plot summary Gameplay First screenshot for Oddworld: Soulstorm. Glukkons have more unique appearances as well, their eyes no longer glow and their skin tones are now a very distinct grey. » Abe's exodus is the direct sequel to Abe's Odysey and the settings such as the engine, the 2D scrolling gameplay and graphics remain pretty much on the same lines. Even though Abe's exodus is not as good as the first adventure, this game is still a whole lot of fun and recommended highly if you found the first game to be fun.
Abe's peaceful retirement was shattered when visited by a vision from the Three Weirdos. Abe learned the Magog Cartel was mining Necrum, the sacred Mudokon city of the dead, to collect bones to make super-addictive SoulStorm Brew. Abe's Exoddus, cleverly disguised as just a simple side-scroller, is a worthy follow-up to the original and looks beautiful, controls nicely, is plenty difficult, and equally rewarding. After narrowly escaping the , Abe landed in the jungles of Necrum where he was confronted by who entrusted him with the task of shutting down the. In addition, , , and were never mentioned unlike its video game counterpart. Unfortunately, the same can't be said for Abe's fellow Mudokons, a race imprisoned by the wicked Glukkons and forced into hard labor in their nefarious brewery.
Meanwhile the Glukkons have developed a highly addictive and highly flammable drink called , designed to keep the Mudokon slaves docile and dependent on their masters. They use Mudokon slaves to do it, blind ones that couldn't see. After freeing the Mudokon spirits imprisoned in the Mudanchee and Mudomo Vaults, Abe gained scary powers from the Weirdos, including the ability to heal his Mudokon friends of SoulStorm addiction, and the power to turn invisible. By the end of 2015 announced that they would no longer be working with on full-scale projects. It seems that the evil Glukkons are using Mudokon tears as a key ingredient to their best-selling beverage, SoulStorm Brew. In the film, the Shrykull is never mentioned. In response to the newscaster's statement, the Brewmaster and his Slig crony burst into laughter.