“A bad design/controls/interface will put me off a game faster then getting gas from eating taco bell.”
Hi! I was wondering what alignment your breasts are? For they look ‘lawful good’ to me.
Be awesome to insert a key for a boxed game to get a digital download of it.
Of course, I’m not sure I need or want to download my Falcon 4.0 huge box set.. but it would be nice to see in my Steam library.
For those that haven’t seen this arcade machine yet, check out the [videos]
Machine wise this is pretty much is a almost sound proof enclosure with a projector using a concave screen with 5.1 sound sound and a fan to move air around you (and to keep the machine from smelling) along with all the standard hard points to allow the machine to stand up to the riggers of the public.
Game play wise, this is really nothing more than an upgraded version of the [Star Wars Arcade] from Sega.
Having a screen large enough to see in your peripheral vision was pretty cool, but just a gimmick since none of the action happens on the sides of your vision. The controls where pretty responsive and something you’d be used to if you’ve ever played an arcade game with a throttle and flight stick.
At 15.8 credits (I played it at my local [Dave and Busters]) I would wait until 1/2 price Wednesdays to even check it out.
All and all it was a ‘cute’ machine, though I was left feeling very disappointed. A) it’s a expensive game since you are paying for the experience which isn’t much more then what you would get playing any sit-down game with a shell. Sega’s ‘Turbo’ would be an [example]
B) It feels like nothing more than an HD update to a game that’s already been in arcades for a while, so not much new their. and C) Once you beat a level, you need to PAY again in order to continue. So yeah, you get about 3 minutes of game time and then need to pay the 15.8 credits to continue. EABOT! (Eff a bunch of that.)
Originally posted on Nintendo Scene:
A few years ago on an infamous indie website…
“So what else is new? Well the developers still seem content to settle on the usual sixteen old and sixteen new racetrack routine. I’m still waiting for ‘Mario Kart the Complete Package’ or you know… that never mentioned ‘Retro Track Pack DLC’? Pretty please Nintendo?” (Boots, 2011, Mario Kart 7 – Review: Lucky number seven?)
*Pours chilled milk over the above prose & commences to devour*, thank you, thank you Team MK.
For the Fans:
Thursday the 13th of November 2014 will be remembered by all Mario Kart advocates worldwide as the day we finally got a worthy extension for our chaotic guilty pleasure. You know who you are, and one things for sure you’re all better off being waist deep in the action rather than reading this NS Impression. So go forth and kart like it’s 2014!
For the Sceptics…
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Hey all, I’m sorry for the couple of SPAM posts. I’m not sure how they got there.. =/ I have changed my password (again) and turned off the Email to Post feature which should take care of the issue.