Reviews and Problems with Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack
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Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack
2 September 2013
Summary: While early adopters of the PlayStation Vita have whipped themselves into an excited frenzy over the likes of Uncharted and Marvel vs. Capcom 3 , one humble little indie game sits patiently among the high profile offerings, just waiting to be discovered. It arrived with little fanfare, but those who have discovered it are trumpeting its qualities quite loudly.
Excerpt: People think it’s easy being a blob—all you do is consume a few teenagers making out on Lover’s Lane and pretty soon you’re big enough to terrorize an entire movie theater. The harsh reality is that being one isn’t easy. You have to start small before you even begin to think about taking over the world, and practically everything poses a threat.
Excerpt: The trip to PC that Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack has gone through has definitely been unique. The game began life as a downloadable PlayStation Vita exclusive back in February and received rave reviews. Mutant Blobs Attack was clearly designed for the Vita. It takes advantage of the Vita’s unique controls by implementing buttons, [...
Conclusion: At the end of the day, $7.99 for this game is an absolute steal! There's a tremendous amount of upside to it with little to dislike. The puzzles won't frustrate you to the point of where you want to abandon the game, and the game offers that Katamari feel and flow to it. You'll want to go back and be a better blob after it's all said and done. DrinkBox Studio knows how to make a good blob game, and hopefully they can keep it going.
Excerpt: Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack released in February as part of the selection of PlayStation Vita launch titles, and the game received rave reviews with critics praising its fun and addictive gameplay as much as its creative ingenuity. Now, it's nearly six months later, and developer Drinkbox Studios has brought the hilarious cult classic to PC via Steam.
Summary: Единственное за что хочется мягко пожурить Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack , так это за малую продолжительность - игра проходится за пару часов и не то что не успевает надоесть, а просто обрывается на самом интересном месте. Но право слово, свои 200 рублей она отрабатывает с лихвой, даря незабываемые, очень светлые эмоции.