Friday the 13th The Game makes an attempt at a killing but merely manages to fall on its own machete due to its clunky controls and limited gameplay options.
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A worthy successor to the legacy laid out by Symphony of the Night that stands on its own with a compelling new universe and highly customizable build system.
Solid fighting game mechanics that are easy to pick up yet highly competitive and rewarding to master. Solid online netcode. Disappointing single player offerings.
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An easy to learn yet hard to master fighter with a feature rich package and plenty of content to keep players busy for tons of hours.
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So far, the game feels like it's great for solo players.
This game is proof that single player not only isn't dead but it can still be enthralling, enticing, and innovative.
Good competitive merit, accessible to newcomers but limited single player options
A staggering amount of gameplay customisation options, and adrenaline-pumping combat make it easy to forgive and forget some of its few shortcomings.
Good value for money coupled with some of the most gorgeous 2D hand drawn graphics on the market and new player accessibility make this fighter an exceptional buy.
Great for for a party game and couch co-op
Rich story containing too many tired anime tropes told through tedious text crawls. Combat sequences are fun but are too short.
Pang Adventures takes the fun bubble popping gameplay of the classic arcade game and takes into a whole new realm.
Pros: Easy to learn hard to master mechanics, engaging combat, good content to price ratio, couch multiplayer is wildly entertainingCons: Campaign can feel repetitive and easy, online feels good but not enough players.
Pros: Classic arcade bullet hell action, great soundtrack, addicting progression system, good replay valueCons: Lack of more story elements, some grinding may be required