Posted on January 28, 2012,

NeverDead Walkthrough

Table of Contents

Save Nikki…Again

  1. Make your way towards the train by running along the rightmost section of track beside you as missiles are fired from ahead.
  2. When you reach the platform across from you, take out the rocket launcher enemy and drop to the ground floor below.
  3. Clear out the enemies around you, then cross over to the opposite side of the ground floor by using one of the corridors within the sidewalls of the area.
  4. Take out the remaining enemies in the area and climb the nearby metal staircase to the floor above, then move towards the trains in the distance across the yellow and black striped floor.
  5. Destroy the beams in front of you to cause a structural collapse, then use the ramp that falls down in the aftermath to reach the next floor above.
  6. Take out the missile launcher enemy on the uppermost landing and follow the walkway you’re on around the room, then eliminate another wave of creatures and continue ahead until you reach a dead end that’s been webbed shut.
  7. Eliminate the flying enemies that appear above by running back and forth across the walkway to evade their laser-guided attacks, then move through the previously blocked doorway to complete this level.
  8. Achievement / Trophy Unlocked: Serve and Protect (20 points): Save Nikki.

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4 Comments on NeverDead Walkthrough

Aids

On January 29, 2012 at 2:53 pm

NeverDead should of been NeverMade. Game looks like .

David

On January 30, 2012 at 12:16 pm

“…Bryce Boltzmann, the very faux-english-named protagonist…”

Who writes this stuff?!? The only famous person of that name of whom I am aware is the 19th-century AUSTRIAN physicist, Ludwig Boltzmann.

Kevin Thielenhaus

On January 30, 2012 at 12:19 pm

You might want to look up “faux” David.

David

On January 30, 2012 at 7:09 pm

“Faux” is the French word for false. What, exactly, is your point?