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Shantae: Risky's Revenge
2 September 2013
Summary: Nobody played the original Shantae . I didn't and neither did you. It was a Game Boy Color game released a year after the GBA hit retail. It had such a limited run that loose copies currently fetch well over $100 . The only reason we've wanted to see a sequel is because we've been totally shamed by a few media outlets, the ones that actually bothered to review the original, into believing we missed out on the greatest gem in the GBC library.
Summary: Parents need to know that Shantae: Risky’s Revenge is a downloadable platformer for the Nintendo DSi with noticeably suggestive themes. Many of the game’s female characters -- including the game’s hero, Shantae -- are scantily clad, showing off large bosoms that jiggle as they move. The fighting, meanwhile, is relatively mild; the player’s main weapon isn’t a gun or a sword but rather Shantae’s long hair, which she uses like a whip.
Excerpt: Shantae: Risky’s Revenge is a complete surprise. Developer, WayForward, unsuccessfully searched years for a publisher that would be willing to invest in the game; a fact that may be an indictment of the current state of the industry. But, despite the financing issues, the independent developer found a way forward (oh yes, that happened) with Nintendo DSiWare, a service that has struggled to build a compelling library.
Conclusion: Shantae : Risky's Revenge est typiquement le genre de jeu que l'on attend sur DSiWare. En proposant un gameplay sympathique grâce à un level design toujours recherché, le titre ne déçoit pas et se veut agréable du début à la fin. Les personnages sont charismatiques et les animations ont été réalisées avec grand soin.