Excerpt: Storm City Games has caught the eye of Family Friendly Gaming. This is the second product of theirs we are reviewing, and we are noticing a pattern. System Flaw is a fresh, innovative, and interesting idea that the WMG would have never thought of. This hand held game is for the Nintendo DSi only. System Flaw uses the outer camera which is the main reason is it only works on that system.
Summary: : System Flaw is a game that relies more on its gimmick than its gameplay to be interesting, and while the gimmick works well enough to be cute, it doesn’t work well enough to make the game worth owning. The gameplay is simple to learn and there’s a decent amount of length and balance to the game, which should please shooter fans somewhat. However, the story and presentation are average and the gameplay is limited, making the game a hard sell off the bat.
Creative use of the DSi camera in mild alien shooter.
Common Sense Media
7 January 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that this high-concept first-person-shooter game takes place in the real world, but then adds a fantasy element. Wherever the player is -- at the mall, in the backyard, in his or her bedroom, etc. -- that place will be infested with little blob-like aliens. The DSi's camera is used to create an enhanced reality, in which players feel as if they are looking "through" the DSi and shooting aliens that are right in front of them.
Summary: System Flaw is an action shooter which makes full use of the Nintendo DSi Camera as a process of the gameplay, featuring 100 levels of gameplay that will have users gyrating wildly as they battle enemies that seem to appear out of the real-time environment of the game player.
Summary: Cette première exclusivité DSi apporte un concept assez prometteur à la base, mais qui devient rapidement trop répétitif. Malgré un tarif limité (19,99€ seulement), difficile de conseiller ce System Flaw tant l'aventure est plate et aisée.