Players who’re into platformer games which you can speed run like Megaman, might not find this to be their cup of tea. You have to plan out your approaches on each stage, you have to pay attention to details and hints or else you’ll die a repetitive and frustrating death. These are stages you can’t blindly rush and if you do, you’ll find yourself stuck in a stage longer than you should have been. Nonetheless Ecotone is definitely a satisfying platformer, enough for me to give it an 8/10.
IS Defense reminded me that even with a game’s simplicity, you can still get fun from it, provided that its creators has done right to put the FUN in the fundamentals of this game. It is simple, it is fun and it does just what a single player shooter arcade should do while adding in its own touches but there were flaws and that was sometimes it would have a glitch where cars that blew up flew off farther than they should in an awkward manner but that really it.
The environment, the gameplay, the characters, this game has certainly enough assets to present that would make this game a good purchase. It's problems aren't that much of a problem, in fact they aren't game-breaking at all. The game does reward you, especially with a certain secret area that takes you in for a spin on World War I, putting you in the shoes of Jacob's granddaughter, Lydia Frye, which fans could take as a hint towards the franchise's future direction. Definitely this game is one that you can buy and add to your collection or not but the experience would still be that of what you can expect from an Assassin's Creed game.