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1. Posted: Fri 11th Oct 2013 11:19 BST
Anyone decide to risk buying this game from normally lackluster publisher Enjoy Gaming? I have and it has plenty of flaws. Crazy difficulty spikes being one that stands out to me. Your life is never refilled as you enter new stages, meaning you have to shoot small background objects to stay alive. If you're a rail shooter fan, like I am, there is plenty to enjoy here as long as you can handle the occasional glitch, hit detection issues, and the aforementioned spikes.
A not-so-bad homage to the House of the Dead era of gaming.
Edited on Fri 11th October, 2013 @ 11:20 by brandonbwii
Abandon hope all ye who enter here.
2. Posted: Fri 11th Oct 2013 19:40 BST
I agree with everything you said.
The game is campy, which adds a lot to its charm. I like the mad scientist takes over a crazy amusment park setting. The game starts off slow with generic levels, but picks up nicely (and has branching paths also thanks to the 2 characters!)
3. Posted: Sat 12th Oct 2013 05:16 BST
I know. I also have problems with enemies appearing slightly off screen. I like the enemy variety though (aside from the single boss I've faced twice so far), is great and quite funny in the intentional B movie way. I've been wanting to play this coop but I don't have anyone that would care to play this sort of game (I have multiple versions of both dsi and 3ds).
4. Posted: Sat 12th Oct 2013 06:16 BST
Being on rails, if you miss an enemy on the first pass it can really hurt. I lost a couple lives on a single enemy just because I didn't manage to take them down on the initial flyby. They kept attacking me offscreen, while I waited for the camera to pan back. Sloppy!
For 500 points, I wish the game had download play.