Reviews and Problems with Teleglitch: Die More Edition
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21 May 2014
Summary: In short: no graphics, no sound, no story, no world, highly primitive game-play... In the past, developers has very limited possibilities to make a game, but they tried to make it best. Artists worked hard on every pixel. Programmers invented great features to make the game live. Designers created epic game worlds, interesting story and varied, well-balanced game-play to make player happy.
Summary: Awesome and hard. There is a good challenge in this game. the graphics are special and the sound is good, but I miss some Ambient or dynamic sounds or music into the game, like in Dead Space series. But overall a funny great game!
Summary: As great as it looks and sounds, there are moments that Teleglitch feels either too dull or too complex to feel like a great dual stick shooter. I mean, it's like top-down Quake and this should be awesome, but somehow it frustrates me.
Summary: Teleglitch, simply put, is repetitive, boring, and devoid of both tension and design integrity. I'm a huge fan of tough Roguelike games, being essentially a games masochist. I loved every second of burning death in the vacuum of space in FTL, and the systematic genocide of my poor, poor ancestry line in Rogue Legacy.
Summary: First of all, I should say that I’m not a diehard fan of Roguelike games in fact, I tend to avoid them. The peril introduced by most games of this genre is far too random, preventing any serious attempts at strategy and generally resulting in a game world that feels like little more than a series of roulette spins. Enter “Teleglitch Die More Edition.
Summary: Teleglitch; Die More Edition does exactly what it sets out to do. Allows you to die in new, brutal ways by new monster types, and on strange new levels. (And kill in new ways, with a plethora of new items and weapons, craftable and otherwise.) The game is brutal and unforgiving- to the point where there are literally no videos on youtube featuring a complete playthrough of the game. Its extreme difficulty, though endearing, is also its greatest flaw.
Summary: Teleglitch: Die More Edition is a roguelike top-down shooter that was first released late last year and has since been given an extended edition on Steam. Roguelikes are generally not games where I take my time. There’s a standard pace I play them at, which is not slow in the slightest. After playing dozens of roguelikes in my many years of gaming, I have fallen into a standard slump where it is hard to engage and engross me in the game I am playing. Until now, that is.