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Awesome graphics and interaction… just needs to go a lot farther. Fun but leaves SO much more to be developed. Could be adult oriented… or game oriented… either would sell. Right now it’s just a great demonstration of VR potential.
The game is not really bad in itself. The graphics and the songs are good, there is the choice in mutliple spaceships with different special power. But that’s all. The game is really simple, you just have to click on the left and right mouse buttons to turn in the associated direction, and there is nothing more. It’s all the the time the same thing with the same damn music that is good at first, but that become really really annoying after a moment.Also there is some bugs, if you buy a starship the price for the other rise, but if you close the game, when you restart it,the prices are back to the original for some but not for all the spaceships. I can’t recommended this game, exept if you want to play the same game during hours with a simplistic gameplay.
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You move your spaceship with your two mouse buttons. No other controls. You dodge space rocks and collect energy tokens that you then spend to unlock or upgrade ships. Each ship has its own special ability. It’s just a time killer. It gets boring fast. Waste enough time and you will get all achievements, no skill required.
For what it is it’s really overpriced. The game has cards and backgrounds, but most of the backgrounds are just screenshots from the game and it won’t “wow” you with its graphics. You can get much better games for far less, with better graphics, better gameplay and better cards and backgrounds. Epido is one I would recommend.
Space Bar at the End of the Galaxy
I’ve played it through twice. Its got good player interaction for a VN. It also has good character development (as deep as you can get in less then 2 hours), my complaint is that game gives us a variety about Imperial and other factions, but you give no information about them. A few blurbs of imagination that has already gone into the game would help players except the characters be more real. I don’t mind invisible histories, but I nice blurb about them can a long ways towards making a player more sympathetic to them.
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It’s not bad at all but there are better options out there.
I’m really on the fence when it comes to giving this game a bad review. Here’s some points that stood out that led me to my negative review.
-The writing is pretty decent.
-Characters react in a realistic way to what you choose to answer.
-The character models are good, although with only 5 people ever depicted in game, that’s to be expected.
-The world and characters are actually flashed out a bit, which is rare for such a cheap and short game.
Redemption: Saints And Sinners
Would not recommend anyone to purchase this one. Product is too raw. It needs remastering and fresh team for finishing the project. Maybe, the idea is not the worst, but… Too many “if there were…”. So, step by step.
1. Graphics. Looks fine, but… It is some kind of the Unity Engine, completely without any optimization. Your FPS will drain starting from the first room. 5/10.
2. Gameplay if fair enough. Sometimes lags, for example you’re unable to click a node in the electronic scheme puzzle, rotating buttons on the energy node remain inactive after activating and e.t.c. Also weapon switching doesn’t work properly. I think this all caused by the Unity Engine. 5/10.
I wanted to leave a review as I’m pretty confident, with only 89 current reviews; that the developer may see it.
Firstly, I like this game for what it appears to be. To me this game appears to have been created as a first real use of the developers core skills in the field and as such, represents a very well designed game given the basic coding knowledge present.
The assets used have reasonably high resolution textures and are high quality (except for the obviously hand-made red ‘shootable fuse box’ which sticks out as not part of the original asset pack used) and therefore they are, along with good lighting, at least remotely nice to look at, allbeit a little monotonal grey.
Arenus is an Arena based game set in a dystopian Sci-Fi Universe.The game will follow you, The player, working and training with your chosen gladiator.
Working together you will guide your chosen gladiator in fierce battles up through the ranks of the Arena.
In addition to the Arena battles there will be special encounters and side stories that help flesh out the events going on as you climb the ladders of the Arena. Some of these events will help strengthen the universe while others side quests will tell the unique story of your chosen Gladiator.
The battles in and out of the Arena will be Turn Based Battles with unique custom designed pixel art animations. Based on the Gladiator that you chose, your companion will come to the fights with their own personal edge and special abilities. New abilities will be unlocked as you progress through the battles of Arenus.
I enjoyed this game,, Medium length of play time. mine was 25 hours. Could have been longer.
A nice Story and Very dependant on choice. What you say really does affect character interactions.
I was fairly quick into a relationship with Rana, Once you figure her out it’s fine.. But I never ended up with her at the end as she realised she was not the only one in my heart. The others are fairly slow to get through to though one is a surprise when it happens. One I missed out on because of wrong choice of words, shame that as it seems a good option. The final girl,, I like her and she is interesting. She gives up everything to stay with you at the end.. I was playing the Female character,, And I understand that Reactions are different to a Male Captain..
Posted: Aug 2, 2016 @ 10:04pm
EARLY ACCESS REVIEW
a few spell checks here and there, and there’s quite a few images that needs to be filled in…
but this visual novel does have some promise and it looks entertaining enough to read.
it is early access after all so it’s too soon to hate it, plus i’m sure it’ll be a lot better once the
loose ends gets tied up and all the blanks gets filled in.
that, and is hoping for a uncensored patch, that’ll get everyone excited to play.
this was my last review almost two years ago, i copied and pasted it all so i can update and post my new review of what i think of starlight drifter now…..and i LOVE IT!!! ♥
I wouldn’t suspect games filled with fart jokes and smurf-level wordplay about milk to be that fun.
This game is really fun but don’t assume it’s an easy one! Actually, the very first level is already quite challenging!
It really feels that the guys developing it had some fun and share a good sense of humor. Also, for the price you can’t go wrong..
Sunrider: Liberation Day - Captain’s Edition
Whelp, that was a fun ride. Quite a bit has changed from MoA and after playing through what is apparently now known as 1.0 (2.0 being a planned update that will rehash the story ending and bring back some lost MoA features) I can safely say that as a strategy RPG title, Sunrider stands loud and proud.
Our hull is holding! - The Great:
- Alot of MoA’s clearly specialised ryder craft didn’t actually have alot of specialization behind them apart from raw stats. LD changes this a bit by giving your units a few upgraded and a few more completely new abilities that really set them apart from each other. Where as in MoA it didn’t reeeeaaaalllly bother me if a unit was knocked out of action, now in LD I can really feel the set back as I lose an entire front of strong counters for my recklessness in the form of a single loss.
Well, this was…a thing. As the third game in the Sunrider “series”, Liberation Day has left me quite conflicted. The series as a whole has done much to transcend the boundaries of traditional visual novels, for better or worse. So it only makes sense that I write out another long-winded review for such a complicated game, right? Here goes…
Remember Mask of Arcadius? While classified as a VN, most of your time with this prequel was probably spent in the turn-based space battles. LD does the same thing, though the battles are more balanced and interesting. All of your crew from MoA is back and better than before, including new abilities and upgrades for a more diverse strategy (especially for Kryska, she’s great this time around!). To compensate, there are some interesting new enemies that require a bit more planning to manage effectively. Also, upgrades and purchases now have separate currencies, which makes customization significantly more interesting. Command points are now capped, but since you get them from each unit you defeat, you’re encouraged to use them more often, instead of merely accumulating them for the final missions. With everything factored together, I think the difficulty of LD is roughly the same as it was in MoA, as I alternated between Captain and Ensign difficulties depending on my patience. Now that it’s said and done, I think I had more fun with the battles in LD.
Enjoyed the game, graphics are fantastic, but had problems thru-out. For no reason it would start to rotate the player non stop. Had to exit game and restart. When I got to the point to gather the Polonium Fuel It wouldn’t open the last gate to gather the fuel container. After further play time I found my error. Also it would be nice if you added a list of game save points so you can return to a previous point in the game.
I started playing this game when it was in early access, it’s a great game! Thoroughly enjoying it every time i play it. I love the beautiful surroundings and the vibrant colours in game, the humour has also had me smiling as that is something i quite like in games. The controls of the game are simple also. I think the game is great fun and addictive :) I am grateful that i was given the opportunity to play, thank you! The only negative i have is that sometimes it can be a little laggy but it’s not a deal breaker.
Alien simulator is a game that allows you to feel yourself an alien. Immersify yourself into feeling yourself a true, a real alien as seen on science channels after 11:59pm. Play as classical Gray Aliens. Fly the classical UFO saucer. Kidnap earthlings and sell them into slavery to mercenaries from other parts of the galaxy.
The player will be able to spend money on booze and alien strippers.
In this game you can have dialogues with other aliens, explore the space which is pretty well spacious. The game mechanics include shooting, flying on a ship, drinking ability and having some fun with alien strippers
-Be a classical Gray Alien
-Kidnap primitive earthlings and sell them into slavery
-Drink in intergalactic bars
-Watch alien striptease
-First person view with a body
-Control the “UFO” ship
-Travel the space
-Visit your friends at Area 51