On the left side where it lists raiders in a section titled "Raider Overview", it says that I have an archer named "Mako". I wanted to change his equipment for a specific fight, but could not find him in the Raider skill and equipment window. After comparing the names, I realized that he was named "Zepto" in the equipment menu. The other 9 names were the same. I'm not bothered by this too much, but... what? I don't understand why the names are different. Obviously some sort of glitch, but... wat?
Holy Hell. I managed to get 3.9 million exotic particles from before, now I have 635 million if I prestige! (To be fair, the only way I got to 3.9 million to begin with was by abusing the old outlet glitch which has been fixed. My situation shouldn't be considered for balancing purposes.)
So, I've "beaten" a number of levels on Endurance, and I began to wonder, at what stage does it end? I usually tab out to a different window or go do something else while it's running cause I thought it'd go on forever. Today, I decided to sit down and watch the counter (I just skip all the waves once I have my setup completed) and I noticed... Endurance has 1337 waves.
Eh. Maybe I need a better processor, every now and again I get some game lag. My processor's the oldest part of my computer by now, silly little Core 2 Duo. Part of me thinks that a flash game shouldn't require much of a processor, but it could be a number of other things, and I was still able to play through the game. The only thing I wanted to complain about in terms of battle mechanics was one time when two of my party members were dead and the last one was frozen. If all 3 died, I would have had the backup come in and I would be able to revive most of my team, but instead I completely lost that turn and nearly wiped. Simple suggestion, offer the option of switching out a knocked out party member even if no other member is capable of performing any actions. Also seems odd to me that I can switch out stunned characters but not frozen ones, but that could just be a nuance.
My best performance was when I didn't worry about my time at all. Whenever I broke my old record, I became conscious of my performance and lost. Got scores of 52 and 58 seconds before I beat the game. When I did, I relaxed because time didn't matter anymore and went from a 58 second record to 87.17. I would have kept going too, but someone barged into my room and distracted me. It's really a game that doesn't seem to get harder, the only thing that might make it harder is stress and anxiety.
A lot of things I liked, spent a few hours playing through it, but I can't help feel that it was lacking something. Story's one thing, but it's fairly minor when it comes to flash games, I think the boss was a little bit too easy. Beat it the first time without having most of my upgrades, the wizards toward the end gave me more trouble than the boss. I say 4/5, not that I don't think it's a great game, it just felt like something was missing.