The game's premise makes no sense. You stand behind an electric fence the enemy can't destroy, yet stand close enough to it that people can run up and effectively attack you with melee weapons. Why would you stand so close to a fence that can't get past and let you whale on them when you could just back up? Then again, why would they merely stand in a line and keep swinging, even if you aren't anywhere near them?
I hate this game because I know that people who know nothing at pool are doing better than me. I line up somewhat simple shots and miss because of the imprecise aiming, yet I play people who are aiming for what would be nigh impossible shots and make each one without missing any because they can aim better and follow the lines just so.
It was a fun play, but I don't understand why there was lag in a game so simple. It should be smooth as silk. Also, making the cords twist around ever so slightly in simple patterns doesn't really make it harder, it just makes it a bit annoying to follow the line real fast and determine which button to push.
A very short, subpar shooting game with a dumb-ass "story" wherein I'm told to shoot up supposed gangsters for no more reason than a banana told me to. If it weren't for the Adult Swim brand being put on this it wouldn't have gotten a badge of the day, and if it weren't for the random nonsense about the banana and end boss, it wouldn't have an Adult Swim logo on it.
The balancing of the game makes no sense to me. The money you could spend to fully upgrade the early vehicles is far better saved up to buy the bigger, badder, & better vehicles. Then you upgrade them, as opposed to investing all of your money into junk.
First time playing; the game starts off with one or two soldiers that slowly builds up. I make some barely noticeable improvements and buy a few upgrades, and the game is spamming me with dozens of moderately difficult enemies at a time when I don't even have any backup yet. What a well-balanced system.. and this is a sequel, so what's the excuse with such a broken difficulty curve?
This is not a game; you click on pointless buttons and see nothing happen! No consequences, no reactions, just click and see numbers change! If you want to throw your money away at least invest in stocks, because you could make money for the same entertainment value you get here!
Sir, we're ready to attack the enemy; what is our strategy? Fly in simple, linear formations, do not purposely dodge enemy fire, load the cargo bay with gold, power-ups, and exploding munitions that only work against our planes and not the enemy, and whatever you do, do not fire upon them! Is that clear? Sir yes sir!
Actually, you will reach the point where you don't need money anymore; does the game keep bombing you with money at that point (I'm assuming so). Here is one suggestion I had for the bosses; since the purple robots are stronger then the red ones, I think it would have been neat to see updated versions of the bosses that would be tougher and colored purple (perhaps throwing one of them at a time into survival instead of 4 of the red ones).