Wow...breathes new life into the tired genre of "have your past selves help your current selves" with clever gameplay mechanics and a highly entertaining story riddled with subtle humour. 5 out of bloody 5.
Nice game, the speed challenges are incredibly hard but I don't care too much. I know nothing of guns but I liked how you didn't shy away from the recoil. Firing the peacemaker as fast as you can is really not a good course of action...I like testing out all the different weapons on all the different modes. Not the best game, but it's interesting and well-designed. 4/5.
Yay, the score has gone up to 4.00! What a proud day! I still think this should have a better rating than damned SCGMD2. The only advantages 2 has are more songs (the same ammount of songs but a couple of them are on both difficulties) and videogame music. There's nothing gameplay-wise which is better. SCGMD2 is also much harder. Anyway, anyone know how to nail the parts in The Fade and Switch vs Evil-Dog where you're presented with loads and loads of one note and have to press it really fast? I either press too fast and make a mistake or not fast enough and miss a note. :(
Dyon, close! Switch Vs Evil-Dog has 3.9 notes a second exactly. :P And Train Wreck has something between 3.6 and 3.7 I think. It's probably because of the sections in S V ED where you press the same note twice really fast (left, left, right, right, up, up, well, that's probably not the actual order but that's the basic principle) AND OH YEAH I BEAT PLAN A! It looks hellish but it's not too hard to get your fingers into the rhythm of things.