Reviews and Problems with Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet
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22 August 2014
Summary: One of the games I was really pumped to play during that Summer of Arcade or whatever it was, it ultimately didn't quite live up to the hype. It looked great, but the Metroidvania I was promised was a little lackluster. It was a bit on the short side as well. Overall it was enjoyable, though.
Summary: I liked this game for the first couple of hours I played it. But nothing really grabs me, everything is okay but nothing more. Windows Live is a huge drawback that knocks at least a couple of points off the score.
Summary: I loved the gameplay, the graphics, the puzzles, the bossfights. Man, this game extremely relaxing, chill and fun to play at the same time Just dip into the sofa, grab your controller (it multiplies the chill factor of the game) and enjoy.
Summary: Sometimes you want to play a simple, simple arcade game, without complicated solutions, staked on the simple gameplay. And here comes the Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, a game that could be really interesting for someone who wants a simple arcade game.
Summary: the game is unplayable for me and about 2 percent of people for me to make the game playable i have to do alot of command prompt and restart my computer twice, making a Xbox account sucked so if you don't already have one be prepared to create one and its annoying as hell...
Summary: Excellent game to pickup and play, challenging without being frustrating (mostly). Clever tools, and a simple but fun story. Metroid style gameplay with an element of Geometry Wars, it blends nicely. The quick select menu for the top four used tools is helpful, but a bit hard to navigate at first.
Summary: I like the control and gameplay. I love the artwork and background effects. Some days it feels like a bit too much to trouble with...for that I take a point. But, It's really a fun game..very enjoyable.
Summary: This game is great !!! The way you control de ship independently from the weapon in very similar to "geometry wars". The way you unlock places on the same map and defeat bosses at the end of each map sector is similar to "the legend of zelda". All of that is very good.