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9 people found this review helpful
570.5 hrs on record (496.8 hrs at review time)
So for some reason I haven't reviewed what might be one of my favorite games of all time yet:
If you are looking for a chaotic party game which is fast to learn for beginners, this game is for you.
If you are looking for a surprisingly deep game where you can get lost just perfecting the movement techniques for hours, this game is for you.
If you are looking for an excellently balanced, competitive and intense platform fighter, this game is for you.
If you are looking for a co-op game so you can scream at your friend because they keep killing you with friendly fire, this game is for you.
If you are looking for a good video game, please consider TowerFall Ascension.
Posted November 23, 2016.
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6 people found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
0.0 hrs on record
This is a good video game and if you are a person who enjoys good video games this is a video game you might want.

A new singleplayer/coop mode, four new towers, tons of new archers, for just 10 bucks? As someone who dumped almost 700 hours into TowerFall in general and thinks it's probably the greatest game ever, this sounds like a steal to me. Dark World expands the chaotic fun that is multiplayer even farther, while still adding more small changes and mechanics to also allow TFA to be a really competitive and fast game.

The new towers include exciting new mechanics for Versus games, for example using a sensor block as shield, or just the general idea of Trigger Arrows, which are an incredibly dangerous tool in all situations and change the game a lot.
Dark World mode brings a four player coop mode, where only two were possible before - and the results are intense, friendly fire is as frequent as is yelling at your friends to please revive you because you didn't notice the slime. (Slimes are OP, please nerf)

Here's a few pointers to enjoy this expansion even more:
- have a dance party on Dreadwood
- shooting with Circle instead of Square will allow you to set multiple Trigger Arrows at once
- attempt Cataclysm boss on Legendary
- try getting any rank at all on Dreadwood III trial
Posted May 13, 2015. Last edited May 13, 2015.
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25 people found this review helpful
5.4 hrs on record (1.2 hrs at review time)
Early Access Review
Even in this early stage, Melody's Escape is a great game. It feels to me like the generated level is far more influenced by the music than in similar games like AudioSurf or 1... 2... 3... KICK IT!, which might just be because the gameplay is more connected to the rhythm of the song than AS's puzzle mechanics or Kick It's city generation. It reminds me more of "classic" rhythm games like BeatMania instead of other music-based procedural generation games (that's a word).

If you've got a couple of minutes, there's more thoughts on the game in this video, including what is missing from the game in it's current form, and why it is really hard to get used to the game at first:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkDBVkFjnQc
Posted February 27, 2014.
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2 people found this review helpful
48.4 hrs on record (40.9 hrs at review time)
Trying that video review thing people have been doing, test test is this thing on
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdAYyGYzRtg
Posted February 17, 2014.
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1 person found this review helpful
2,266.4 hrs on record (1,524.6 hrs at review time)
As opposed HATS to other FPS like Call of Duty, Team Fortress 2 focuses HATS a lot more on teamwork HATS and strategy instead of lone-man-rambo. This, along with HATS the unique art style and humor, creates an HATS amazing game.

Also Hats. Score: HATS out of 10.
Posted July 14, 2012. Last edited November 25, 2013.
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1 person found this review helpful
6.9 hrs on record
Not what I expected at all, in a positive way. The description makes this look like some kind of dating game (a very small, neglectable part is though), but instead, you get a deep and exciting story.
Analogue: A Hate Story is a visual epistolary novel, kind of an e-book with interactivity. The 4 to 5 hour story (you can 100% the game in about 7 to 8 hours if you set the right saves) centers around the events on a space colony ending up in an disaster killing everyone on the ship, including a girl put in stasis for centuries waking up in a deeply misogynistic society and the two AIs who hate each other and have been alone in the system for 600 years. The goal of the game is to find the saved logs and explore them, revealing the scandals, secrets and connections leading to the fall of the Mugunghwa.

VERDICT: Very short, but great game if you are okay with having to read a lot and not having a "real" game. Amazing storytelling, 9/10
Posted June 30, 2012. Last edited November 25, 2013.
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