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The Starship Damrey

 

 

SCORE: 67

 

The Starship Damrey 

 

The Starship Damrey is the first game from the second series of Nintendo 3DS unique titles from Level-5. I was skeptical when Nintendo announced this partnership. But the games being produced are stretching the limit of games. The Starship Damrey starts like many retro games did. Meaning you figure out what you are supposed to do.

The Starship Damrey explains right from the beginning that there is no tutorial. You explore your environment and learn what you need to do. This can lead to one of two experiences; frustration or an enjoyable experience. I found periods where I was utterly confused, and I was excited whenever I figured anything out.

The look and feel to The Starship Damrey is definitely not retro. It is on the dark and scary side though. Parts of The Starship Damrey will freak out the most grounded person. There are dead bodies, broken robots, and more in this hand held downloadable title.

The sounds in The Starship Damrey can enhance the creepy environment. I like the voice of the computer. Listening to The Starship Damrey is very important since a main part of this game is audio. You hear when space leeches are near you. Those nasty critters need to be exterminated by the way.

The Starship Damrey is not a game for children. Adults who are interested in exploring this environment will find a fascinating storyline and plenty of things to find. The experience can feel short especially if you know what to do. You may still have questions after beating the game though.

The coolest thing about The Starship Damrey is how it stands apart from so many other gaming experiences out there. It is retro, but new. It is dark, but also innocent. The Starship Damrey is a paradox wrapped up inside an enigma. The writing is fantastic for the older members of the family.
- Luke

 

Graphics: 50%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Level-5
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen
{Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes}
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