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Neko_Rukiafan

Neko_Rukiafan

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I got a review code of Master Reboot for my website and though I can't say much right now the game is by far the best horror title on the Wii U thus far! It's absolutely an incredible game so be sure to support Wales Interactive and download the game when it releases tomorrow! ;)

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Pahvi

Pahvi

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Rukiafan wrote:

I got a review code of Master Reboot for my website and though I can't say much right now the game is by far the best horror title on the Wii U thus far!

I'd call that an overstatement. Although the plot concept appeals to me, on PC it was nowhere near as impressive as ZombiU and Resident Evil Revelations on Wii U. Unless the Wii U version has some extra stuff to it and updated graphics models... but I doubt it.

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64supermario

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It seems like a game that would be fun for a playthrough, I do like the vibrant colors as well, I might pick it up eventually. I have to debate whether I want this or Wooden Sen'Sey, heck I'm getting Mega Man Network next week for sure.

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DPad

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Is it just me or is $15 just to steep for a digital game? If it was $5, it'd be a no brainer for me. $10 & I'd consider it. At $15 though, I'd just rather not. I've gotten a handful of my physical WiiU games for that price...NEW! Lol just saying...I find the price of entry to be the one thing I struggle with when it comes to ALL digital games, including this one.

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TG1

TG1

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I agree with Neko_Rukiafan - this is a must own Wii U game! I guess if you didn't like the PC version for some reason,you won't like this one as much either. But it's one of my favorite eShip games yet, and well worth $15!

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New_3DaSh_XL

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DPad wrote:

Is it just me or is $15 just to steep for a digital game? If it was $5, it'd be a no brainer for me. $10 & I'd consider it. At $15 though, I'd just rather not. I've gotten a handful of my physical WiiU games for that price...NEW! Lol just saying...I find the price of entry to be the one thing I struggle with when it comes to ALL digital games, including this one.

Naw... I find $10-$15 perfectly acceptable for Wii U eShop, and $5-$10 fine for 3DS eShop.

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Neko_Rukiafan

Neko_Rukiafan

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TG1 wrote:

I agree with Neko_Rukiafan - this is a must own Wii U game! I guess if you didn't like the PC version for some reason,you won't like this one as much either. But it's one of my favorite eShip games yet, and well worth $15!

It really is! The graphics are on par with most AAA Gamecube titles which is very impressive for a fully 3D game developed by an indie studio! The game easily blows Zombii U out of the water in-terms of its eeriness. The gameplay is varied and highly polished, the audio ambiance is scary as $#!%, and the game features over 30 lengthy stages! It's just an all-around amazing title and this is coming from a person who isn't really into the genre, yet I absolutely enjoy playing Master Reboot! ;)

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Xyphon22

Xyphon22

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I just finished this game a couple of days ago and thought it was pretty cool. It was creepy more than scary which I think is a good thing. I basically lucked into a few of the puzzles that I still have no idea how you are supposed to come up with the answer (I couldn't find anyplace online talking about it), and I don't like how you can miss key points of the story (I read recaps after I beat it and realized there was a lot I did not know, and the story makes much more sense knowing those things), but otherwise it was fun. I also don't think there were anywhere near 30 stages, but maybe I'm missing something.

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SKTTR

SKTTR

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It's more like 30 areas. Each memory is separated into two stages (12 memories x 2 areas) plus the introducing and final areas, and you have at least 30.

I recommended it before. If you like creepy adventures go for it. If you liked the darker atmosphere and more mature story, and focus on adventuring, exploring, puzzling, and platforming instead of action that is found in The Cave, Stick it to the Man, Costume Quest 2 and partially even in Little Inferno, you should try Master Reboot.

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