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ROBOQUEST Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Roboquest is a roguelite looter shooter with strong Borderlands vibes developed by RyseUp Studios. You play as a lovable yet deadly robot as you help your human companion solve the mystery behind a robot uprising. Graphics The playful and stylistic visuals of Roboquest have clear inspirations from the Borderlands franchise. The semi-muted tones and cheery aesthetic, however, help Roboquest forge its own distinct look. Levels often have a minimalist and drab color palette, focusing on just a handful of colors, but to great effect. From the arid earth tones of a desert canyon to the soft blues of a snow-covered city, each new area looked unique and exciting. Although I would have liked to see more enemy variety, the character, and basic enemy models were competent. On the other hand, the guns were the stars of all the games’ models. Many had a great cobbled-together feel, reflecting the post-apocalyptic setting. Audio and Music I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of sound effects within Roboquest. Some indie games (especially FPSs) TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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struggle a lot with making big firefights not sound tinny. Here, there’s good crunchy bass accompanied by soft ambient melodies that don’t feel repetitive. This game does a great job of using audio cues to inform the player. For example, special loot-filled enemies chirp with a noticeable robotic sound as if to say, “notice me before it’s too late!” and abilities hit you with a sharp “zing” when they come off cooldown. (Even games like Overwatch struggle with this sometimes, when ability cues are way too quiet.) The soundtrack does an excellent job of capturing the feel of robotic combat. Dodging enemy bullets to the hurrying sounds of electronica music put me in a flow very easily. There’s something immensely satisfying about timing a killing blow to a deep bass drop or a sharp crescendo. I even enjoyed the loading screen soundtrack, which was mild in comparison but still very catchy. The story in Roboquest provides a nice context to the action. As the name of the game suggests, you are a robot on a quest.

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You are reawakened by a bubbly scavenger girl many years in the future. Together you embark on a journey to uncover the mysteries of the robot apocalypse. While story elements are pretty light in Roboquest, the bits we do get felt intriguing. Often told in a stylistic storyboard format, the game does just enough to keep me invested in the characters. Onboarding and Gameplay After a short tutorial mission, the player is dropped into the main hub. Here one can purchase upgrades to help on future runs, equip relics, or even change classes. Of course, as any fan of the genre knows, this is pretty standard in a rogue-like game. But I think Roboquest does a decent job in this regard. Currently, Roboquest offers four playable classes, each with its own unique abilities and distinct play styles. So whether you like close-ranged “in your face” action or prefer a more stealthy approach, Roboquest has you covered. Each time you level up, you get to choose between a few perks. Some of these bonuses can have a significant impact on gameplay. City Wars Tokyo Reign Switch NSP Free Download

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I sometimes found myself rethinking my entire strategy after obtaining certain perks. The Recon’s melee attack, for example, can be upgraded into a mid-range beam slash, making a closer ranged build less risky. I really enjoyed this perk system but felt as if it needed way more options. While the available ones are well implemented; There wasn’t enough to scratch my theory crafting itch. That being said, Roboquest is still in early access, so the number of perks will likely see an upgrade. On to the best part, the action! The quick and snappy gunplay and smooth movement mechanics made for an enjoyable experience. Double jumping out of danger while returning gunfire made me feel like I was in the Matrix. It’s pretty fast-paced, though not as fast as an older-style arena shooter. The level design embraces this dynamic movement system, offering a parkour-like feel. Between jump pads and rail slides, there really is a sense of verticality to this game. You can even stun enemies by jumping onto their heads!

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It’s also one of the roguelites that seem to be everywhere these days. You’ll find plenty of health around stages, but death ends the run and throws you back to the start. This does mean you get to play with more guns, though. On one run, I found a gun that shoots buzzsaws, searing the scalps from angry automatons like the world’s most unnecessarily violent tin opener. There’s sniper rifles and shotguns and pistols, sure, but there’s also a thing that fires bouncing spheres of pure heat that ricochet from one robot to another. Guns are divided into four categories and you’ll occasionally pick up corresponding upgrades that allow you to specialise in a certain type during each run. You can kit yourself out as a sniper, an energy weapons expert, a machine gun wielder, etc. You’ll also get some permanent upgrades later that allow you more choice in which weapons you find for each run, but it’s also just as viable to grab whatever you like the look of and spec-out as you go. Clone Drone in the Danger Zone

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There’s three classes to consider as well, giving you a bit more variety between runs. The core shooty-dodgy-jumpy action stays the same, but each class has a recharging ability and a different melee attack to differentiate them. The recon marks targets for extra damage, the guardian fires a rocket (which explodes, like a good rocket should), and the engineer creates drones to fight alongside you. If this sounds far more useful than the other two, that’s because it definitely is. Finally, there’s the ability to permanently upgrade your base camp, granting perks and items you can use in subsequent runs. A spare head to give you another life, a backpack to let you carry three weapons instead of two, more weapon choices between levels, that sort of thing. Enemy variety is decent too. Visually, they’re all clearly from the same factory, but they change things up by combining abilities in ways that make skillful manoeuvring a must. Some bots rush toward you and explode, others float and try to snipe you from afar

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While some lay electricity traps which stun you for a few moments. It’s all done in the name of keeping constant pressure on you, never allowing you to get too comfortable in one position. It all compliments the pulsing soundtrack and smooth locomotion fantastically. Right, time for some ceremonial complaining, because it’s not all smooth sailing here. It’s mostly smooth sailing, but occasionally a shark nudges the boat and tries to sell you a chewed fitbit they picked out of their teeth or something. One of these metaphorical annoying sharks is the bosses. More specifically, the first time you encounter each one. One boss is a mechanical snake that skates along rails above a pit of acid full of disappearing platforms. There’s very little that prepares you for this leading up to it. They’re good bosses, and they add tension to repeated runs, but I’d have appreciated some sort of warning that the game was going to turn into a completely different game for a few minutes since, you know, it’s a roguelite. You can skate along those rails yourself, though, which is very fun.

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Another troublesome shark is that upgrade elements can introduce that unsatisfying, numbers-based weakness to weapons that stop them feeling as punchy as they should. It’s the risk you run with any sort of RPG elements, but I’d say this needs a bit of tweaking. The year is 2700. Humans live scattered through the desert, struggling to survive. It’s looking pretty bleak. Until a young scavenger girl named Max stumbles across an old Guardian robot, laying abandoned in the sand. She reactivates him, knowing that with a Guardian by her side, she may be able to give mankind a fighting chance… Together, the two begin to explore the mysterious canyons that surround them, searching for answers and a way to survive. There’s just one problem. The canyons are crawling with evil bots, determined to stop them from advancing. But who are they? And what are they guarding? Amazing visual style and gameplay mechanics are extremely fun.

Already beat the Heroes difficulty with a Rank A, but definitely going to go back and get a way better time (I was slow checking all the nooks and crannies lol). Time really flies because you’re just so engaged in this game in an amazing way, it reminds me of when I was younger and I could truly, genuinely, unconditionally enjoy games. Now, it’s a bit hard due to external stressors, but I could see myself picking this game up on my lunchbreaks WFH or something. Cute music, fits the levels Cutscenes are very interesting and provide backstory, love the style!! Likable characters, dialogue is not the main focus which I like. Because obviously I just wanna loot n shoot! Interesting enough backstory, although it doesn’t affect much of the gameplay other than provides context for who you’re meetingWeapons are all very fun, great variety (from crossbows to auto shotties to rocket launchers to flare guns!)Vendors are very simple to understand  RNG element keeps it interesting and provides very high replay value! College Kings

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