An RPG Maker game with enjoyable battles and exploration with flaws in almost everything else. I have mixed feelings about this one.
I think that this driving game was quite ambitious and managed to pull off some of its goals alright, but falls flat at delivering a consistent, well-executed game.
An interesting puzzle game which is ruined by its repetitive repositioning.
Many gamers will recognize the AVGN, as he’s torn to shreds retro games you may or may not have grown up playing. However, though his game isn’t nearly as bad as the ones he’s roasted, it’s still kind of a […]
The AVGN is an internet icon by this point, so it’s no wonder he stars in his own game. The deluxe version cleans up some errors from the originals, but doesn’t go far enough to really feel deluxe.
Some credit should be given for the game’s functionality considering the regrowing mechanism could have been a huge mess. However, the requirements necessary to overcome some of the obstacles are beyond the point of reason.
A game with many ideas with bad implementation. Hacker Evolution Duality doesn’t feel like a hacking game with its “new features”.
Nova-111 offers an interesting gameplay style for a puzzle game, but with stages that drag on for too long, it wears out its welcome quickly. Almost as much as Dr. Science would.
The gameplay mechanics spice up the childhood classic rock, paper, scissors. However, for as simple as it is, it lacks quality of life features one would expect from any RPG, such as being able to save at will.
As the first game out of a trilogy, it doesn’t set up a strong beginning for the sequels. Many characters are idiotic, and with unclear items to search for, the hidden-object portions are frustrating.