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Well from all classic games like Root Beer tapper and Diner Dash, comes a game not so far away from these 2 titles. You play as a young boy who really wants to buy this new gadget at the store, but he doesn’t have any money. You must bring the young boy through various different jobs, serving food to your hungry customers, in order to gain your wages. This title is not an easy one, don’t let this cute cartoon artwork fool you, you’ll need moderate to fast memory skills in order to remember which order of food is needed, and be coordinated enough to actually serve up the food fast enough before the customers get angry. The soundtrack fits pretty well in there, the visuals just give it that lovable feeling that makes up for the challenges. The only real problem I found was to be the actual button layout and controls, most of the time it felt a little sticky at some points, I would like to see a patch to customize my button layout. Altogether this game gets a 4 out of 5.
So I kept trying to come back to this game, I played a total of 3 hours of this game, and all of it was in the first 3-4 levels. I don’t know if it was me or the game, but everything seemed to be off by so much. The controls weren’t much of the problem, it seemed the game was unforgiving, and almost seemed impossible to dodge every single creature or destroy them. One of the most annoying enemies were the crows ( They Looked like Crows), who just came out of no where. The playable screen area seemed too small of an area, they could have incorporated some sort of hub or a smaller area to put your health, mana, and attacks. The artwork is nice, but the animations used in the game seemed a bit too jumpy and little irritating. This game is unfortunately going to get a 3 out of 5, it definitely needs a layout improvement, and I definitely don’t want to see it show the facebook page on every load screen again.
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Just a forwarning, this review is going to be super short as I don’t really want to give so much away…….shit, I should shut up while I have a chance. Anywho, in a nutshell, DLC Quest takes you on a Quest of smiting a bad guy. Each part of the game requires you to have DLC to continue, don’t worry, you won’t be spending out of pocket with this one. You collect coins which in hand act as in game currency to purchase required DLC. Whether it be to move your character, add zombies or whatever that game requires to run, you must purchase all the on-disc DLC (Really no disc at all). The game is a satirical adventure where most of us already know that a lot of video game industry, has been charging outrageous amounts of money for tiny content of cosmetic changes, map packs, and whatever ever microtransactions. The game is hilarious and quirky and is enough for your dollar. The character art will certainly be remembered, along with the soundtrack. I can’t seem to get the image of this title out of my head. I am going to straight to the point with this one, 5 out of 5 seems like a fair enough rating for this title. The whole time I played, I had absolute fun.
Article By: Master Blud
I have seen other developers bash each other, I have seen the absolute worst of indie games. I am going to say this now, it doesn’t really matter who you are or what you do, you can either be the problem or be the solution/help. Many developers frown upon certain indie developers that make titles that have no gameplay, or the usual massage app. I have heard people talk down about the success of some mediocre games. Everyone has their opinion, and it should be respected. The Xbox Community has grown to the point where it might actually make a name for itself. It just goes to show, within the last year, Indie Games on the Xbox has made a pretty good name for itself.
Now for this article, it is going to be a little bit different, although Silver Dollar Games does upset some developers, they have sent me this to express to you, what can you do to better your experience in making an Xbox Indie Game. The ways to make your game noticed and possibly talked about more. For the longest time, I followed a crowd of people saying that Silver Dollar Games is just bad news. Well regardless of the (more…)