Red Game Without A Great Name
Red Game Without a Great Name is a decent mobile, arcade-style game that shows the versatility of the Switch's hardware. At a good price it's hard to criticise what it achieves, although it makes me wonder whether it is worth picking up on this console, as it probably runs better on your phone.
Yes, this last point would occur on any touchscreen system, but here it feels even more ludicrous because the Switch is a system that has sticks and buttons. The developer could have experimented with implementing these controls into the game, rather than just shoehorning the Red Game Without A Great Name onto the system. It’s a real shame as the premise itself is appealing and the art style is sumptuous and brooding. But, beauty is only skin deep, after all.
Actually this is a review of the first game, I think you can finish, I tried to describe all the gameplay that awaits players. Red Game a strange game in a strange style of steampunk as a game for a smartphone that would get stuck for 10 minutes - 15 thing is a complete project for Nintendo Switch, albeit indie, unknown, I guess I will remain unconvinced that the taste and color, and then, everyone decides for himself, is worth buying this game or not.
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