Winter is coming, which means my lousy computer can actually handle running the software needed to record videos because it’s not overheating as much. There’s a chance we’re going to be a little video-heavy around here.
Today, we take a look at Bravura: Quest Rush by Digital Games. It’s a new take on the runner genre that mixes touch controls like those in The World Ends with You and the brevity of stages in a game like Half-Minute Hero to make something truly unique.
It’s a lot of fun, but I’m not particularly good at it as you’re about to see.
If you’re playing Real Racing 3, there’s a good chance you’re toiling away race after race, trying to hoard enough R$ and Gold for the next big upgrade or a shiny new car. If that sounds a lot like you, then you might need a little help farming cash and fame.
You thought it’d never happen. You were convinced that the continuing series of illustrated MonTowers monsters had come to some inexplicable end, perhaps due to the compiler’s untimely demise, or immense magnitude for laziness, or whatever. Well you were wrong, buddy. Dead wrong! My commitment to satisfaction is ne’er ending, my perseverance matched only by my humility. Did I mention that my back is strong? Holla back, Smoove B.
Here are the monsters you will encounter in the lower half of the Brutal Tower, complete with pictures, stats, and abilities. Sorry it took so long, really.
Mighty No. 9, which is essentially the new Mega Man, just finished funding on Kickstarter minutes ago. Between direct donations and PayPal contributions, Keiji Inafune and the rest of the Comcept crew will have just over $4 million dollars to use in bringing Beck’s world to life.
Considering that the original goal was $900,000, we’ve all got a lot to be excited about. Funding for Mighty No. 9 blew through these awesome stretch goals:
Personally, I’m underwhelmed. The whole thing looks great, aside from a few questionable design choices like the blandness of GameCenter and use of translucency where transparency was fine, and Control Center is a great addition, but it hardly makes a difference to me. Then again, the feature I wanted most is still kind of waiting in the wings.