Αναρτήθηκε: 2 Μαρτίου
Marlow Briggs has got all the attributes of a budget games: ridiculous plot, cheesy dialogue, half ♥♥♥♥♥ cutscenes, and yet it manages to be as entertaining as any run of the mill AAA production.
The graphics are quite superb and varied. The game runs extremely smooth at a constant 60fps and is very well optimised for PC.
The price to pay for the beautifully designed environments is the fixed camera perspective, which is literally the most annoying thing about the game, but well, for that price...
Other than that the gameplay is generally smooth. The controls are fluid and fast, not always 100% precise, but forgiving enough for it not to matter.
Marlow Briggs alternates hack-n-slash fights, which can get a bit repetitive but never too much, with platform sequences which are more fast paced and generally more enjoyable, There are also some puzzles, minigames and bossfights thrown in for fun, and some QTEs for anti-fun.
All in all, for your 3$ you are getting a ton of brainless fun, easy-play adventure full of ludicrous and unbelievable special effects and explosions.
This is one the best value for money you'll ever get, if you don't take your games too seriously. The developpers sure didn't, and as a result Marlow Briggs is quite entertaining and deserves the thumbs up.
...oh and also, best credit roll, ever.