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I also am terrible at rhythm games but picked it up because the trailer looked that cool.
Luckily, a lack of rhythm doesn’t help, but it’s hardly debilitating; attacking in time to the beat gives you a damage boost and keeps you from needing to reload, but that’s about it; you can play it as regular twin stick shooter.
Great soundtrack too, unsurprisingly.
They could release the Japanese original, Saiyūki World 2, to get around those questionable localization decisionsI hope whoever has the Jaleco catalogue manages to get Whomp'em re-released.
...OK, yeah, that's probably a tough one without some sprite rework, but I liked that game =(
Most consoles these days have convenient USB ports that could be used for keyboard & mouse too but they usually don't support that either. Not even when they're ports of cRPGs that were built around that.Also Switch games steadfastly insist on pretending the system doesn't have a touchscreen for some reason, so I assume the controls wouldn't be great.
The article says they're going to "close the service." Is there a part of the game that's going to become unavailable?UNRELATED SUBJECT
The surprisingly solid dungeon crawler Mistover is going to be delisted at the end of June. And as it has a demo, I figured "Well, I should try that", and I liked that demo enough to bring the fact that it is on the verge of non-existence to the public conscience.
I dind't play MUCH of it, mind, the worm may yet turn, but it's got a nice combination of the good bits of Darkest Dungeon, Etrian Odyssey and a Roguelike all mooshed together