Reviews and Problems with 1... 2... 3... KICK IT! Drop That Beat Like an Ugly Baby
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24 December 2013
Summary: While this game has been in Early Access for a very long time, it is important to note that the developers have been supporting and developing the game all the while. This game isn't complete, but it's fairly obvious that the developers intend on and are working on making it a full product. As it is now, it's a fun, if somewhat inconvenient game due to its incomplete nature: very similar to "A Reckless Disregard for Gravity" by the same developer.
Summary: Originally "released" in 2011, this is a prime example of everything wrong with indie games today. Dejobaan released an unfinished, buggy, short rhythm game based on their 2009 release, "A Reckless Disregard for Gravity". With very few maps, indistinguishable beat-matching, and recycled gameplay elements, the devs dropped this game to work on other projects only to "release" it again in 2013 thanks to the Steam Early Access system.
Summary: Its now the end of 2013, and the DEVs are again trying to do something good with this game. I like the new UI and graphics, but after all that time!!... its still nothing, what i can call a video game, hell no. Its right now early access on Steam.
Summary: Kick It has been out for a year or so now but it feels like a demo sold as a full price game. That would be okay if there were regular game updates but there's virtually nothing. Not recommended as is. Devs could have made something out of this by now but seem to be lost at what to do with it.
Summary: The game just really feels like it isn't done. I didn't like how you have to put the music that you want to play into its own directory. You should just have a browser that will let you select the track that you wan to play. Honestly it felt a little lazy on the developer's part. The point boosters don't sync up with your music. Its a little distracting. You hear it break about half a second off from the beat.