Reviews and Problems with Solatorobo: Red the Hunter
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A Wonderful game of flying islands and giant robots
Eric M. Harris "Chaos Fox", Amazon
9 December 2014
Summary: I love this game. The art, the characters, the music, the world, the story... all wonderful! The gameplay is simple but fun though veteran gamers will breeze through most of the game without much challenge. Only a few of the later bosses give any challenge, yet despite the lack of difficulty I adore this game.
Summary: Solatorobo almost went completely under the radar until i started having cravings for something with a little more adventure in my DS library. You're in control of a hunter named Red who travels the skies with his crew battling pirates, looking for treasure and of course battling some kind of big mysterious evil in an ongoing adventure with twists and turns.
Summary: I think anyone could enjoy this game. It can be a bit easy at times, but that doesn't make it a bad game. The adventure itself is fun. The game is colorful and the cast of characters are unique in their own respects. The game comes in an embossed slipcase that includes the game in a regular Nintendo DS case and a CD soundtrack, which is a nice touch. I've never listened to the soundtrack, but it's good to see a developer/publisher take pride in what they sell.
Summary: For the bad rap furries have, the game developers among them make video games of the highest degree. Like Dust on XBLA, this game clearly is a work of passion and as such is a beautifully crafted game that deserves to be called a masterpiece of art and storytelling. Like Dust; it plays beautifully too with responsive real time gameplay(unlike your typical JRPG), so if you have a DS or 3DS, consider this a must have.
Summary: A game I enjoy, is a combination of story, free roaming, and also reasonable lengthiness. Solatorobo can closely be related to the familiar Nintendo Gamecube game: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, in gameplay and story progression - only not as seemingly challenging. With it's two part story line, you would complete the first half of the story and figure the game was over, 'what a good game', but it only gets better when you find that there actually is a second part...