Pubblicata: 22 maggio
This game is phenomenal, cheap and a MUST BUY.
The game begins easy at the start and gradually works its way up to being actually quite challenging; especially on the later levels. The range of enemies that require different fighting 'patterns' and the wide variety and types of levels keeps things fresh and always keeps you on your toes so that you never really play the same level the same way.
Because each level in itself is reasonably short you can play them in short bursts during your lunch breaks without having to worry about getting half-way through and having to quit and lose huge amounts of progress. Alternatively you can try and master through all the levels in a weekend or day off; perfect for stress relief.
The 'mastery' and perfection system in this game is also another reason I'd highly recommend it. Each level you play through awards you medals from nothing to the all sacred 'perfect medal' for a flawless game. For someone like myself who loves a challenge, this mechanic is amazing because I could play the same level 10+ times aiming for the elusive flawless game, still miss it and not care because I was having too much fun to care.
But what really works well in this game is it's adaptive difficulty. But, what's that?
Well, if you're kicking bad guys asses too often and blazing through the levels super quick or just generally finding the game too easy, the enemies will get faster and harder to predict until you ultimately get your asses kicked instead (which actually makes for a lot of chaotic fun).
And yet, if you're having trouble passing a level because they run at you too fast or you just can't get the patterns right the game will slow 'em down a little for you and give you a little breathing room... but don't expect it to hold your hand.
What other game can make you feel like an awesome kung-fu master kicking bad guys asses using only two buttons? Answer: Nothing, BUY IT NOW!