Geplaatst: 25 december
Long story short, I can recommend this game to anyone who enjoys difficult but doable puzzle platforming, and perhaps even a bit of exploration tastes too. If you like 100%ing games.
VVVVVV is challenging, but quite fair, most of the time. Uh....I guess there isn't really much of a long story. If you can't tell by the screenshots, the game has a visual style reflecting older game systems such as ...well, something a tad more powerful than an atari, perhaps. The era between atari and NES is lost to me. But yeah, really retro graphical style, but it works to its advantage since it leaves less of a busy screen thus letting you focus better. Except one area, which brings me to something else:
IF YOU ARE VULNERABLE TO SEIZURES, and whatnot, DO NOT GET THIS. There's one area of the game that just messes with your eyes too nasty-like that left me feeling sick after playing. That's the only real downer, I have to say.
Musically, it's great. It's easy on the ears, some reminds me of Toki Tori on the gameboy color with it's bleeps an' bloops, but it's chiptune stuff so if you're into to that or not, there you go.
So, if you like teasing your brain, are not able to seize out, and are fine with trying over and over at things many many times, then get this game, because it was well worth what I spent, I tell ya.