Summary: Death By Cube is a strategic twin-stick shooter in which players attempt to defeat cube shaped enemy robots of all sizes. With simple yet challenging gameplay, Death By Cube allows players to destroy an army of oil covered enemies in addictive and map-specific combat.
Conclusion: The music is perhaps one of the good things about this title. It's an original score that mixes electronic and.. I'm not entirely sure. We'll just go with electronic. It's nice, that's all that matters. I realize this review is short, but it's a rather uninteresting and short game.
Summary: “Welcome to Death By Cube,” a feminine robotic voice says when I first start the game. Pressing “A” to continue not only brings up the menu but splashes red oil all over the on-screen robot. The music and presentation are very atmospheric and I get excited to begin.
Excerpt: Critics tend to look kindly on films or books that challenge their audiences. Challenge in a game is a thornier issue. The debate over the “right” level of difficulty in the medium stirs up pride, indignation, and even generational warfare—raise the topic with a child of the ’80s, and watch a...
Excerpt: Original IP’s from Square Enix are becoming somewhat of a rarity these days. What’s even more scarce is to see anything published by them that’s not an RPG. I can’t even remember the last game I played with their logo on it that wasn’t a Final Fantasy spinoff.
Summary: Square Enix isn't exactly a publisher that's known for "space shoot ‘em up" games. Yet, some unlikely games make a compelling argument for considering a new shooter bearing the Square Enix brand; however, if you did that, you might end up buying Death by Cube and that would be a big mistake.
Pros: Offers new twists on classic Robotron formula, No shortage of mayhem and energy, Such a cute little robot!
Cons: Feels like a grind, Strategy fails and spamming rules, What's with all the blood?