Robot Space Dinosaurs!
Monster "Biomechs" have been awoken, and now it's your job to fight them. Take control of your virtual reality turret and beat back the attackers with bullets in this intense shooter.View full description
- Looks great
- Action packed
- Sub-par language translations
- A bit short
Monster "Biomechs" have been awoken, and now it's your job to fight them. Take control of your virtual reality turret and beat back the attackers with bullets in this intense shooter.
Turret Based Goodness
Like many virtual reality shooters, you are fixed in place as waves of enemies attempt to assault you. In the case of Machine Crisis, you are manning a turret, and the enemies are robot monsters called Biomechs. The enemies have a number of attack patterns, making for interesting and varied game play experiences. The graphics are very nice, adopting a cell shaded approach not too dissimilar to Borderlands, or Overwatch. One slight flaw is that the language used (presumably translated from a different language) is sometimes a bit off. You have a choice of three turrets, each of which can be upgraded as you play the game. Machine Crisis is a fairly short game, with 3 levels at roughly ten minutes each, though developers have pledged to keep updating the game.
Though the game has quite short play time, it does have some replayability. And With a low price point and very nice graphics, it's hard to hold any of the games flaws against it. Well worth the money if you're looking for a fun arcade experience in short bursts.