Okay, so I'm a straight guy, watched the movie and loved it. I'm use to it though I like a lot of movies most guys wouldn't be to fond of. None the less I see whereyou're coming from and I find it hysterical. Particularly when you mocked the seen where he shows himself in his "true form" lol. Anyways, I thought it was a great movie, but still found this quite enjoyable. Good Job :-)
Hurmor quickly decayed
It started out a little funny and just went downhill fast...and kept going... the only reason I'm give you the high score of 4 stars and 2/5 is that for the first 2 minutes I chuckled now and again at the fact that nearly everytime It went from the you to the video and back you had the strap on, strap off, strap on, strap off, even on like 2 second transitions... other than that I just didn't find anything humorous.
That was the first time i ever saw a PandaDog episode, but that was great, nice animation, everything was in sync, although the ending was sad you'll have that some times. Great Work!
It was mildly addictive at first, but as someone pointed out, the guns may be fun and interesting because you can use any of them to the end... but then there is no incentive to upgrade really because all the guns are "good" and I'd argue the weapon you start with is actually one of the better ones.
Biggest design flaw for me though that made me stop playing was the level challenges. The ones that say "Only use this weapon" are VERY frustrating if you took the meteor or drill perks because if one of your meteor or drills kills an enemy (which is very hard and annoying trying to make sure YOU get the KO shot), even if you never change weapons you don't get completion on the challenge.
Good basic idea and was fun for a while, but needs some work.
Fun, but has balance issues.
Honestly if you're just going to play this game through it's great. The ninja's can be annoying but you learn to compensate having a reasonable end of the line force while having something to hit them right off the bat to run out their invisible time. Great execution though for the most part, loved the towers and the upgrade system.
Only real problem is, if you want to get brilliant on every setting it's just not a player friendly enviroment. Some of the boss ninja's move so fast that even if you hit them right off the bat, it's impossible to kill them because they get to the gems before becoming visable. The only possible solution is to set up towers so they all hit the first unit coming out at the same instant, 1 hit KO'ing it. But then this isn't plausable for facing the normal waves up until that point, or you just don't have the money to implement such a tower set up before that boss arrives.
With a little tweaking though it could have been perfect and would have scored a 9 or 10 from me.
Overall a good game. The only complaints I have are these.
-Faction grinding at 24+ felt very tedious.
-Even after reaching max reputation, some people will still say you don't have enough rep with them to take their quest. A bit of a let down.
-Personally I chose a Ranger, and frozen arrow made the bosses a joke. Maybe lower it's effect on bosses, or make them immune/resistant to slow effects?
Anyways I look forward to the next installment. Just avoid the long rep grind at the end.
Not bad but the backround music sounds VERY familiar...I just cant put my finger on it... maybe I'll think about it more later.
Ultimate Warrior - WWF - the 80s.
I think the James Johnston version is called Unstable.
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