|Grand Theft Auto with robots would seem to be the most apt description
upon the first impression of Scrapland, that was only produced by
American McGee. Featuring a seemingly open-ended gameplay structure,
a noirish murder mystery, a goofy sense of humor, and a huge city to
explore, Scrapland would seem to have all the makings of a futuristic
adventure of epic proportions. The plot takes us to the distant future.
D-Titus Debris, the main character of the game, decides to give up wandering
around the Universe and look for some common job at last. According
to his brand new plans, he's heading to Chimera city - the capital of
Scrapland. But right after he becomes a mere reporter there, his life
turns into a raging vortex of unexpected events and dangerous encounters.
He is into something that not everyone can easily deal with. D-Titus
is going to investigate a chain of mysterious murders. The enormous
megapolis is at your full disposal. Any central street and any distant
corner of Chimera are free to explore by foot or driving a gunship.
You can modify your transport the way you want, equipping it with deadly
weapons, mounting powerful engines and almost impenetrable armor. D-Titus
himself possesses the ability of transforming into 15 different types
of automatons, each with his unique skills. No one forbids you to take
missions from criminals, but it will naturally draw attention of the
police to your illegal deeds. So beware! Breathtaking multiplayer battles
including Deathmatch, Capture the Flag and other fascinating modes are
available. The main visual feature of the game is the astonishing cartoon
graphics and animation. Implementing latest graphical technologies,
'Scrapland' delivers a unique visual experience and will guide you into
a world of science fiction and sparkling humor.