In popular culture, there is no shortage of post-apocalyptic scenarios. The ever-popular collapses of massive floods, alien invasions, or human arrogance have ever existed.
Start over! Draw from the end of this sequence. Humans are on the verge of extinction in a world struck by biomachines. In it, you are playing as a lonely girl. Years later, she received a message from another person and encouraged her to embark on a journey. I hope she can reconnect with another person after years of isolation.
Redo appears to be flat in all categories, as described as a non-linear action RPG. It’s technically non-linear, but it’s just a surface-level choice, such as choosing to get one key first instead of another.
Even worse is behavior. Movement and combat are incredibly slow and boring. I feel like the hero is tying a concrete block to his leg. Jumps don’t go anywhere, and enemies can spawn randomly in an electrified state while there is an evasion roll. This will cause damage if you dodge them. This happens not only to common enemies, but also to boss enemies. If you’re unhappy with the latter, it’s best to just die and resume execution. As a result, many battles are incredibly defensive and slow.
There are various weapons to pick up and use, which is very useful for progress. However, ammo is limited and shared by all weapons. Even riot shields that protect against projectiles and physical attacks take ammunition to use. Frankly, when I first tried to use it, I thought the game was a bug. From the time he died until he noticed, he used the same ammunition as stun guns and rocket launchers.
For this reason, it is not practical to use. Using shields helped avoid death when fighting boss enemies. However, standard attacks have a very short range and are very slow, so it is essential to use a more powerful weapon to do a significant amount of damage.
I’m all in favor of challenging combat, but REDO! It’s a hassle, so it’s not fun anymore. Progression feels more like a relief than a reward. Instead of being happy to beat a tough opponent, I was grateful that it was over and didn’t have to start over.
No checkpoint system and sparse storage spots are useless. There is no map, so the name of the game when exploring the world is trial and error. I’ll give you a redo! However, if credit is required, credit. Remembering the layout of the area is relatively easy and you won’t have much trouble following the steps. But again, it’s a tedious process. Especially when the enemy attacks very hard and there are virtually no invincible frames. You will be forced to play the section over and over again.
But what’s really annoying is the fact that some rooms have completely invisible enemies. The only sign that they are there is the sound effects they make, coupled with the fact that you will be damaged when you hear them. Again, I thought the game was a bug when I first encountered a randomly killed enemy without a visual indicator. Talking to one of the NPCs I encountered later in the game, I found this to be a deliberate choice.
I’m probably a bit bitter about the whole thing because I learned about items that can see these invisible enemies. The problem was that I found it after clearing an area with invisible enemies.
REDO! The graphics are probably the best of the game. The visual design is clean and tells the dark and dark story the game is aiming for. I felt like I was playing a game full of different terminators, but overall the design of the game is very good.
Personally, I rarely care about how combat works, but they are consistent and if you’re a fan of slow-paced combat, it may be faster than your speed. Lack of mobility just makes it harder to enjoy. Exploration feels boring and unleashing new abilities is by no means very exciting.
Certainly, it’s the basic mechanism of REDO! Everything works as expected, even if it’s not flawed in nature and doesn’t always feel that way. Creative direction does not lead to the game I personally want to play. You see, when you play a difficult game, you want to feel the sense of accomplishment that you can overcome obstacles. I don’t want to think first that “I’m glad I never had to do that again”.
Start over!You can download from Xbox store
In popular culture, there is no shortage of post-apocalyptic scenarios. The ever-popular collapses of massive floods, alien invasions, or human arrogance have ever existed. Start over! Draw from the end of this sequence. Humans are on the verge of extinction in a world struck by biomachines. In it, you are playing as a lonely girl. Years later, she received a message from another person and encouraged her to embark on a journey. I hope she can reconnect with another person after years of isolation. The redo called non-linear action RPG seems to be depressed …
- Unfair mechanics
- Slow movement and battle
- Overall boring gameplay
- Many thanks for the free copy of the game-Top Hat Studio
- Format-Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch
- Review version-Xbox Series X
- Release Date-June 22, 2022
- Price-From £ 7.99