Class Reunion - Class of 1969 - Liberty, Mississippi
Genre: Action, Indie
Release Date: 20 Aug, 2015
There is no story to DiscStorm, just arena after arena of disc throwing madness, testing the player's skills with what they've learned in the tutorial level that teaches you all the mechanics of the game. It's just up to you to use them properly, which means your experience with this game is ultimately determined by how good you are at picking up the controls. Learning how to dodge, deflect, dash and ricochet your discs off of walls and other objects is essential for learning how to play the game. It's fast paced gameplay so it's both fun and challenging, constantly keeping you on your toes as you throw your discs like some sort of Olympian. This game doesn't have any difficulty settings, it expects you to be an expert at the game as soon as you leave the tutorial level, and it shows by how much it tests you. You're put up against not only basic enemies that chase you all around the arena, but Disc throwing enemies, regenerating enemies that come back after you die and Jason Voorhees-looking individuals with swords. But those are only the grunts; when it comes to the bosses and the mini bosses, you're given a variety of creatures based on the level you're in. You're also given a selection of four characters that all have unique dialogue depending on the level they are in, which makes it worth it to play all of them at least once.
Full Review. Very repetitive and ultimately just not a fun experience.. The plastic flying disc originated as an improvised use of pie tin lids with one popular pie and cookie chain lending it's name to the generic term for the item (which we wont be mentioning here). In any case it's pretty certain that neither the early pioneers, the trade mark holders or partipcants in the ubiquitous college sport "Ultimate [redacted]" had realised the full potential of the flying disc as a versatile weapon.
XMPT games have stepped up and filled that gap, one part damaging projectile, one part deflective shield and one part useful item to trigger things the flying disc is used to it's full potential in the pixelart adventure. Using speed, agility and 3 circular pieces of plastic a range of heroes must defeat hordes of minions, and bosses for some reason that probably isn't important.
With a cool retro style, core mechanics somewhat reminiscent of speedball and a host of level specific special rules I'd reccomend everyone to quit playing catch and start creating some kind of large weather patern of plastic circular things.. This game is great, its really fastpased makes you think quickly about your next move. I love the idea of throwing the discs. The bosses are challenging but simple which makes for a great game. Highly Recommend.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uipGKUQ8Vr4&index=1&list=PL3.... Awesome soundtrack, incredibly stylish game.
In terms of gameplay, it's basically a twin-stick shooter which is naturally best enjoyed with a gamepad. There looks to be (IMO) a lot of replayability in terms of mastery of the levels. Very reminiscent of Towerfall, another game I loved.
I've made it through the first 3 worlds so far, really looking forward to more of the single player campaign and trying out the local multiplayer.
Can't recommend buying the version with the OST enough if you like electronica\/dubstep!. This is the best game I've bought recently, I highly recommend it! I love the retro feel - and the music is so cool, not to mention the character illustrations.
The story line is really good too - in the training level, you are introduced to the Ninja Master who teaches you the way of the ninja and all the controls to play the game. You throw your discs at ememies to kill them, and you can even catch your own discs as they bounce off the walls and come back towards you like a true ninja.
Even though it's fast paced it's quick and easy to pick up. It's full of surprises too! Just after learning from the ninja master in the training level, I had to put my skills to the test by battling the very master himself.
You can choose from a range of characters - I chose to play as Gustav on the first level as he most resembled me with his moustache and mexican vibe. I was glad to discover I could change my character at any stage and chose Alyssa for the next level cos she looks cooler with her purple hair. As you progress, you can unlock new outfits and stuff too which adds to the story.
The baddy's are pretty varied - there are the bog standard trolls, and then the more dangerous ones to keep you on your toes. The bosses can be pretty funny too, the first boss I came across was a big ape throwing banana peels at me!
I've been playing this on my laptop, but I'm definitely going to have to get the console version of this. Get it now!
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