Oddworld Stranger Wrath HD Walkthrough: Part 1 (HD)



Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath is an action-adventure video game developed by Oddworld Inhabitants and published by Electronic Arts for the Microsoft Xbox.
Music for the game was written by composer Michael Bross. It was released on January 25, 2005.
The game details the adventures of Stranger, a fearsome bounty hunter. Throughout the game, Stranger pursues and captures outlaws in order to collect bounties.
The goal is to ultimately earn enough moolah (in-game money) to pay for a mysterious life-saving operation.
One of the most notable features is the “live ammunition” system, which is ammunition made of living creatures like fictional insects and small mammals,
each with different uses and effects against enemies.
The game is re-released as part of the Oddboxx, a collection which includes all the Oddworld games released.
It was scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2010 on Windows through Steam, but became available 20 December 2010.
Development team Just Add Water developed an updated version of the game for release on the PlayStation 3 which was released on the PlayStation Network on December 21, 2011 in Europe and December 27, 2011 in North America.

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32 thoughts on “Oddworld Stranger Wrath HD Walkthrough: Part 1 (HD)

  1. This game looks great. Never played it, but it intrigues me a lot. I heard that some time ago, Oddworld Inhabitants tried to develop a spiritual sequel with a much darker tone, named "The brutal ballad of Fangus Klot", with the aforementioned protagonist battling through cat-like invaders in a landscape inspired by real life Afghanistan. The project was ultimately scrapped, but the author of the series always wanted to tell this story set in the Oddworld universe. He even said that if the recent remakes sell enough, he would consider picking back the concepts and try developing the game. That's really something I'd like to see.

  2. This game is available on smartphones btw. Only 3 bucks. Plays fantastic with a controller.

  3. Can't denie the game for what it is, they did great for it's time…but man they are trying waaaaaaaaaay too fucking hard with the MC's voice actor/lines to sound cool, just comes off as cringey as fuck.

  4. Sometimes I just wish for somebody to capture Looten Duke alive, but nice walkthrough though

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