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After Wave Downfall Switch NSP  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET After Wave: Downfall is the latest game by developer 7 Raven Studios and publisher Totalconsole. This game is without a doubt a Shoot ‘em Up, but it does a handful of things to differentiate itself from its typically 2D outer space-based peers. The art style, camera angle, and location all feel unique. For some reason, I’m drawn to a lot of Shoot ‘em Up-style games – probably because they remind me of playing games in the arcade as a youth. Despite the obvious differences After Wave: Downfall displays from your typical Shoot ‘em Up, I didn’t hesitate to volunteer to review the game when the Tavern received a copy. The story is pretty simple in Afer Wave: Downfall. To sum it up quickly there is an evil force, the Deathrix, that has overtaken the land. The Deathrix launch a strange purple meteor at the planet and this meteor corrupts the local wildlife causing them to go crazy. The Megacat (don’t ask me) calls upon a group of heroes to save the world. The game has six playable characters, although only three of them are available at the start. You earn upgrade points as you play and you can use these points to upgrade your characters and unlock the three additional characters. These heroes all operate boat-like vehicles, which is useful since the gameplay takes place in rivers and other bodies of water on the planet. I’m not quite sure why the land-based animals don’t need to be stopped as well, but we won’t worry about that.TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

After Wave Downfall Switch NSP  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

After Wave Downfall Switch NSP  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

The translation from the game’s original language is not very well done, and there are quite a few grammatical errors, but I don’t play these types of games to get wrapped up in the story. After Wave: Downfall features a story mode, arcade mode, and practice mode, all of which can be played solo or co-op. I primarily focused on the story mode, but I took a peek at the arcade mode and wrangled my girlfriend into playing a few levels of co-op with me. 7 Raven Studios has released quite a few games with easy achievement lists on Xbox. The achievement list in After Wave: Downfall is no different. I was able to unlock the full 1000 gamer score in less than an hour (woohoo!) and was met with minimal resistance. Don’t worry though, my gameplay did not end there, what kind of reviewer would I be if it did? While the game starts off relatively easy, it quickly ramps up in difficulty after the first two levels. Story mode has three difficulty settings: Easy, Medium, and Hard. When you first start the game, easy is the only one available and you will unlock the other two by beating the previous difficulty. You might be thinking to yourself that replaying the game three times sounds kind of boring, but the developers have added a slight twist to the difficulties. To complete Easy mode you only need to beat the first four levels. Medium adds three more levels, and Hard brings the total to ten. Beating each difficulty reveals another piece of the story.

3D cartoon style graphics with stunning effects.

Getting to play new levels to close out each playthrough gives the game a nice amount of replayability; however, I think it would have been nice to have medium unlocked from the start, especially for more experienced players. After Wave: Downfall definitely provides a challenge for those looking. Like many Shoot ‘em Ups the gameplay in here can get pretty hectic. It doesn’t really reach Bullet Hell levels of insanity, but sometimes there are a lot of enemies, obstacles, and projectiles on screen at the same time. Instead of your typical top-down or side view, the game features a sort of 2.5D view. The game world is rendered in 3D, with cartoony, PS2-era visuals. This aesthetic works well though. You can move your boat around a flat plane on the water’s surface, but there is no movement on the z-axis, meaning that you cannot jump. I think this is a missed opportunity where they could have added an extra element to the gameplay. Fortunately, the heroes’ guns have a sort of homing feature where if an enemy is in the air and you are firing straight ahead, the bullets will rise up and hit them, sort of like how it worked way back in the original Doom when you couldn’t aim up or down, but your shots would still hit enemies higher or lower if lined up properly. Perhaps it’s just the 2.5D layout and the fact that I haven’t really played a Shoot ‘em Up like this before, but I thought the button input layout was a little strange at first; however, after playing for a bit I quickly became accustomed to them.Shotgun Farmers Switch NSP

After Wave Downfall Switch NSP  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

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Holding the left trigger makes your ship move much slower allowing you to precisely navigate tricky obstacles; alternatively, holding the right trigger will cause your ship to move much faster, which is useful if you want to snag an item before it disappears off the bottom of the screen. I know this isn’t the first game to feature inputs like this, but I think they work very well here, and the level design and gameplay make use of them to a great extent. Each hero has their own set of attacks. The A button fires repeating projectiles and is the main attack – not needing any reloading or ammo replenishment. The part of the controls/gameplay that was slightly confusing was the three types of special attacks, and how they are charged. LB and RB each launch a stronger projectile and as far as I could tell this is charged up by collecting battery items that enemies drop upon defeat. I tried the three starting characters, and their moves are vastly different – I felt like I had the most success with Thomas because he has the most starting health and I liked his attack arsenal the most, his basic attack is an incredibly useful homing projectile and his special attacks all seemed to pack a punch. The final special attack is activated by pressing X and this launches a large barrage of projectiles that obliterates anything on a third of the screen directly in front of you.

10 stages to overcome with many brutal bosses.

It took me a while to notice, but there is a little HUD icon below your health bar that slowly fills up allowing you to use this powerful attack. One more thing I should mention is the difference when playing solo and co-op. In solo when you die you are given the opportunity to repair your ship by spending five upgrade tokens (you usually get at least forty for beating a level). In co-op when one player dies they can respawn by pressing A before their countdown timer reaches zero. However, when you respawn you are only given one hit point. There are health pickups in the level that will heal one point of health, but they seem to be pretty scarce (more so in co-op I thought). Eventually, both players will be stuck in a respawn cycle, where you have to hit A as quickly as possible because if both players die then you have to start at the beginning of the level. I get that the game would be way too easy if you respawned with full health, but maybe half health would work better, and they could have at least allowed you the option to pay to repair your ships if you both die. After Wave: Downfall is a vertical shoot ’em up where you play as your character of choice while driving a watercraft and shooting at all sorts of aquatic enemies. There’s a story shoved in, too, but all it amounts to is that there’s an evil invasion so it’s up to you to put a stop to it.The Slormancer

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Along the way, you’ll blast away at all sorts of enemies and challenge a variety of bosses such as giant fish and beavers that are actually quite fun to take on. The core gameplay will have you moving around while shooting and you also have 2 secondary weapons and a bomb-like special move for whenever you’re in a pickle. You can also speed up or slow down in order to navigate past obstacles easier. Overall, it’s simple stuff that feels like it belongs in a modern arcade with all of its quirkiness on display. As you play After Wave: Downfall, you’ll earn crystals that you can use to upgrade your watercrafts or apply upgrades to all watercrafts. Until you settle on a character, I recommend doing the latter first. Anyway, there are loads of various upgrades to apply and after a while, you’ll definitely notice a huge difference in your ability to blast through enemies. From decreasing weapon charge time to activating shields and increasing combo duration to altering a character’s special weapons; there are a lot of options so spending your currency wisely is an impressively strategic endeavour. I wish that more shoot ’em ups had this many options for expanding your arsenal. I should mention that you can also spend currency on 3 additional unlockable characters which makes a grand total of 6. On top of that, you’ll unlock extra modes and other features after completing various tasks. For starters, story mode features 3 difficulty settings with more stages being added for each and there’s also a survival-like arcade mode and a practice mode, too.

Extra mode allows playing in multiple ways.

After completing the campaign on normal mode, you’ll unlock 4 extra modes such as the dodge ’em up Rafting mode and the frantic Defense mode where you can’t let enemies through. You can also unlock story and character tidbits in a collection menu as you master the story mode variations. After Wave: Downfall is a lot of fun but it also has its downsides with the most glaring of which simply being its clunkiness. From menus that are poorly translated to an ugly loading screen and hit detection that makes taking damage not have as much feedback as it should, a lot of refinements could be put in place to help smooth out the experience. Finally, I wish that more gameplay elements were added because blasting enemies as you zip through river rapids is fun but it certainly becomes repetitive sooner than it would have if more elements were added to help break up the monotony. For example, performing tricks off ramps would have been fun. After Wave: Downfall is an arcade shooter where the player battles against monsters, completes various missions with a cool battleship. Deathrix invaded the world and released a mysterious meteorite causing a great flood. Players can upgrade their ships for better performance to fight the most brutal enemies. A Local Co-op mode allows the player to team up and adventure with others.

One of the most overused backstories is that of an alien invasion. When executed correctly, this idea is enthralling, interesting and full of mystery. However, when it misses the mark, it’s tedious, boring, and an instant turnoff. After Wave: Downfall sadly lands in the latter category, and this was disappointing. Developed by 7 Raven Studios and published by Totalconsole, this is an arcade shooter. What’s more, this moderately paced title can be enjoyed solo or with others. Moreover, it has an array of difficulty settings and a campaign and arcade option. Consequently, it should have been fun and interesting. However, it is tired, dull, and unbelievably lacklustre. Sadly, After Wave: Downfall did little to inspire me. Unfortunately, it’s poorly executed plot and awful gameplay are dull and insipid. Disappointingly, much of the action is mindless and requires little skill. Furthermore, the tedium is likely to bring a toddler to tears. The plot focuses on an alien species called Deathrix. These abominations released a mysterious meteorite that caused a deadly flood. Accordingly, it is now your job to kick their asses and save mankind. Depending on the difficulty setting, you’ll take on a range of challenging foes and an increased number of stages. Once you complete your playthrough, your score is calculated, and then, unfortunately, you are free to do it again.

After Wave Downfall Switch NSP  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

After Wave Downfall Switch NSP  Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

After Wave: Downfall delivers some of the most pointless action I’ve ever experienced. No matter the difficulty, you’ll simply spam the shoot button and hope for the best. However, whenever that fails, you have 3 super weapons to fall back on. Rockets, barrels, missiles, mines, and more are used to decimate your foes. Sounds cool, right? Well, it should be, but it isn’t as zero thought process is required to progress. Subsequently, this was unbelievably disappointing, and the result was a mundane experience. Each level comprises grunts, demi-bosses, and a giant creature to cap it off. As you wipe out each of the beasts, they drop stars and energy canisters. The latter powers your special weapons and is essential when things get crazy. The stars, on the other hand, are used to rate your performance. Why does that matter? Well, the better you do, the more credits you earn. In turn, this can be invested in improving your character or unlocking new heroes. Like the core concept, the upgrades amount to very little. Subsequently, it was another example of a poorly executed mechanic in a sea of utter disappointment. Classic arcade gaming is amazing for many reasons. One key element everyone loves is the vivid colours, interesting, but repetitive backdrops, and basic sprites. Luckily, this is one area that After Wave: Downfall got right. Though its finish was dated and borderline tired, it worked well with the theme and the genre. Furthermore, I liked the animation and the variety of enemies you face.Overkill’s The Walking Dead

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