Dogos tries to recreate the feeling that shrouded lates 80's coin-op cabinets, adding to the receipe a pinch of contemporaneity. Sadly the result is a tasteless shoot'em up with a camera that makes the
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Fans of the shoot ' em up, Doges comes noiselessly and not It aims to revolutionize the genre. We are faced with an interesting proposal for fans of the genre
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Overall, Dogos is a solid game that overcomplicates its genre roots with its unique twist. Production values are solid, but also bland when considering this is a game with little diversity in the game play. Those looking for a new shmup experience have far better options currently available on the platform.
DOGOS is close to being a fantastic free-roaming shooter and only held back by a few small issues and a giant glaring one.
I had fun during my time with DOGOS. Being a shoot ’em up fan, I was definitely up for playing this one to bring you a DOGOS review, and it’s a new solid entry in a beloved genre. The game includes 15 trophies for you to unlock, and unfortunately there is no Platinum trophy for this one, but that shouldn’t keep you from enjoying this new release.
If you’re a fan of shoot ‘em ups you should give DOGOS a try. It’s a fun release that pays homage to the classics of the genre with a 21st-century coat of paint and some extra bells and whistles here and there to stand on its own. If you want to 100% the game, the secondary objectives will keep you coming back for a second or third run of each level – not to mention for some areas you can try to complete levels by taking an alternative route to the end. It might not be a perfect game, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your time with it.
The game is decent at times but it lacks some features that would have made this a better experience. Things like mutiplayer and a leader board would have really helped to give Dogos legs. There's also some irritations in the art style, frame rate and general presentation, and the lack of a narrative to give context to what's going on hurts as well. It's fun and all, but Dogos is simply too limited for its own good.
[DOGOS is] an exact middle of the road kind of game that could have been something great for the genre if the execution was better implemented
Dogos is a big step up from Project Root.
In breaking away from the norms of the genre, OPQAM has created the first shmup I’ve properly cared about in years, and that’s saying something.
DOGOS is a decent SHMUP that does some interesting things, but the uninteresting story, poor voice acting, array of technical issues, and frustrating design choices drag down what could have been a stellar experience.
Earth has been invaded by a perverse race of bio-mechanical beings from outer-space known as Zeetnuks. A group of humans organize themselves to resist the invasion, but soon discover they don’t stand any chance against the enemy’s technological superiority.
"A lack of all-round polish means that DOGOS gets an average score from me, but I would like to re-iterate, this should be a definite purchase for genre fans or anyone who yearns for the simpler days of parallax scrolling (Google it)."
Dogos was a solid arcade styled shooter featuring a great combination of realistic graphics with the thrill of classic explosions.