Titanium Hound Media
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Critic Reviews for Titanium Hound
Titanium Hound has a good graphic and sound presentation, but as an action game it ends up suffering a lot of ups and downs, especially due to the constant changes of pace and the commands not responding well on the controller.
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A disappointing effort for such a fantastic looking game, Titanium Hound's fundamental gameplay sounds interesting, but ends up as a frustrating mechanic that spoils what could have been a fun shoot 'em up.
I enjoyed my time with Titanium Hound. It’s a hidden gem that more people should start digging into. The story could do with some work, but the controls and feel of the game were on point.
Titanium Hound tries to gain a foothold in the genre of 2D retro arcades that make use of pixelart by introducing some original and innovative mechanics, which will surely be loved by some but hated by others. If we add to the garnish the existence of unintuitive puzzles that border on frustration, we will have as a final cocktail a somewhat frustrating game that no longer depends on the player's ability, an almost essential requirement for an action game, leaving everything with a rather cold final feeling. adrenaline lover. An interesting title, especially because of the novelty of its mechanics, which act as a double-edged sword and that surely not everyone will like, and that will entertain us during the barely 3 and a half hours it takes us to complete it. Mention that the game ends abruptly and suddenly, giving a final impression that it has ended quickly and running without polishing many details, such as the recycling of final bosses.
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