Johnny Hotshot is
playing an arcade game, and spills his drink into it. It then sucks him
into the world of the video game. And we get to play him inside a game.
He finds a sheriffs badge and a hat. He loves the badge. Why? Because he
wants to be a cowboy baby.
At this point we get to start on a level with target practice. We shoot targets as they appear. Only the bad guys outlined in red mind you. Collect enough points, and stars to progress. If you can progress then you can play Saloon Shootout, and eventually Catch 'Em All.
Johnny Hotshot is the most difficult game this reviewer has ever played. Shooting all the bad guys in the first level did not produce any stars. In fact this reviewer replayed that level close to a hundred times. Time expired, and it was game over. The other level that was open was even more difficult.
Characters come and go at a breakneck speed in Johnny Hotshot. The top screen shows them and the bottom screen is where players tap. Matching which of the six to shoot with very little time can be insanely challenging. Johnny Hotshot is for the most hardcore gamer who lives for challenging video games.
Johnny Hotshot contains a visual and audio Western theme. Which fits this Nintendo 3DS hand held video game to a 'T'. Families need to be aware of the shooting in Johnny Hotshot. That is the mainline game play mechanic in Johnny Hotshot. Expect to replay levels repeatedly before being able to progress.
- Working Man Gamer
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: UFO Interactive Games
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone 10+
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