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Bonnie Burgette's Reviews
If you can handle the crude and immature humor, and you’d like something a little more lighthearted, you could definitely do much worse.
I'm going to have to go ahead and say that despite the really strange overall feel of Megadimension Neptunia VII, it's a game that I feel like a specific group of gamers will greatly enjoy, while a more general group will have some fun playing, period. Fans of JRPG games, visual novels, and fan service will spend their time in adulation.
If you like the anticipation of watching doom slowly stagger toward a victim, well – here you go, you delightful sadist. Enjoy.
Like the line between plausible reality in the first levels and the absolute madness in the last level [...] I am ambivalent.
I was immediately struck by how classically “Double Fine” this game’s design is. If you’re not familiar with what I mean, I weep for you, for you have clearly been asleep for the past ten years.
Graphically, The Solus Project is great. The atmospheric events were particularly nice, with the stars, weather, and astronomical events lending a very real feeling of loneliness to the whole affair.
Metrico+, by Digital Dreams, takes that tendency and runs with it (literally), turning a mystery of infographic interpretation into a puzzle platformer that causes head-scratching frustration, as well as triumphant joy. The overall impression I got before playing was that this would be a fun game to merely pass the time. I was right about the "fun," but the word "merely" doesn't apply.