At the end of the day, though, I can say I enjoyed my short time with Takeshi and Hiroshi. It has some gameplay issues, and while the luck element of the barebones combat does make the experience drag at points, the novelty of the idea in the combat, as well as the impressive visuals in the story components are appreciated.
In short, Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure takes basic ideas from other 3D platformers and tries to show how impressive they are, when in reality they are just things you've seen before. If you are a big Ice Age fan, then this is a harmless experience that doesn't add to what the movies offer and rather imitates what came before it. For my money, I say let this one hibernate for the winter.
The premise is about restoring color to the world and bringing back music, but the music doesn't match the levels, and is missing sound effects. Newt's story is weirdly paced, and has a lot of unnecessary details that don't add anything to it. In short, unnecessary details trip up Newt One from being something interesting.
And that's Sky Force Anniversary. Unfortunately, it's just “less” of what came before it. It shares so much with Sky Force Reloaded that I didn't mind going back into it. In some ways, it was fine to come back to and relive, albeit as a much shorter experience. But why pay the same price when there is a game identical to it in gameplay with more content?