Controls are weird and unintuitive. The recharge meters are unhelpful, because they're nowhere near you; in the time it takes to check, you can easily die. The economy is off, it's too easy to buy upgrades. Needs more upgrades in general. Visual asthetic is pretty good. The slowdown is visually confusing and a misleading design desicion because it happens both when you win and when you die; pick one.
Good effort, but still falls flat. It's good to see you've recognized that after getting the rocket launcher in the first game the rest of the weapons are kind of pointless, but you've swung into the polar opposite direction; the only really viable weapons are now the early ones. Which makes the entire game into a grindfest, because the weapons you need to be using to actually win you are actively penalized for using. :/
Boring generic shooter with a cliche, overused narrative conceit that plays like every other shooter ever. Same boring upgrades. Think of something new to bring to the table; you're kicking a dead horse
Good interface, good graphics, Great music. Guns are pointless because they use themselves up by the time we need them and also dissapointing because we see them and expect to be able to control them, and for whatever reason they're automated. Controls are mostly pointless; you basically just have to hold W to win. Gets repetitive fast. No explaination for why there are bonuses and no indications on how we're actually supposed to get them; they just happen at random.
I approached this thinking it would contain the massive amount of customization Bubble Tanks is known for; I was massively dissapointed to discover it has no customization at all. As far as a demonstration of the versatility of your engine, this is great; as a standalone game, it is merely a very pretty and very generic shooter. I am dissapoint.
Jesus christ on a dinosaur, they weren't kidding about the levels taking so long to load. Judging by my connection speed and having had to sit here for an additional 20 minutes for this level to load, I suspect it is from having to further download additional content
there seems to be levels that you can't get gold medals on, like the stage that starts off by showing you the repair ability. Doesn't matter what I do, the damage control percentage will not go above 50%