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Don't Die, Mr. Robot 


I am pleased that Family Friendly Gaming was provided a reviewable copy of Don't Die, Mr. Robot. This Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita Cross Buy video game is only available in the digital download format. I want to apologize to the millions upon millions of gamers in the physical copy movement. I was not part of the decision for so many video games to go the destructive path of digital downloads. Everyone here at Family Friendly Gaming is working really hard to correct that plunging right toward the iceberg direction.

Don't Die, Mr. Robot feels so much like an app to me. There are ten world with five levels each. They each have a different challenge. This is the Remix mode. Don't Die, Mr. Robot also contains an Arcade Mode, Time Attack Mode, and Chill Out Mode. Chill Out Mode is definitely for families and casual gamers. In this mode everything moves slower. That way it is easier to avoid making contact with the enemies.

The goal in the majority of Don't Die, Mr. Robot is to stay alive. That is done in two ways. The first way is to avoid contact with a variety of different odd characters that come on the screen. The second way is to make contact with fruit. The fruit in Don't Die, Mr. Robot sends out a wave that destroys the odd characters and will leave coins. Coins are important if you ever want to upgrade the look of your character (who is a block by the way) with things like hats.

Arcade Mode in Don't Die, Mr. Robot is hard. That is because Arcade Mode is fast. You are fast, the enemies are fast, and everything happening is much faster. The background does not help when lasers are shot from the edges of the screen. The music is cool. I enjoyed listening to it while dying and trying to get a higher score in Don't Die, Mr. Robot. I tried my best to avoid dying too.

Don't Die, Mr. Robot reminds me of older arcade games that were about finding the pattern, and staying alive. Remix Mode is like an app in the medal collection. So many medals are needed to unlock the next set of levels. You can get a bronze, silver or gold medal in Don't Die, Mr. Robot. I spent most of my time earning silver medals. That seems to be where my skills wind up.

In Time Limit we have infinite lives, and a set timer. The goal is to get as high of a score as possible. Using the fruit to destroy the enemies is one of the best ways to earn points in Don't Die, Mr. Robot. I enjoyed playing Don't Die, Mr. Robot. For a disposable video game it has its moments. The music in the highlight. Don't Die, Mr. Robot would have fit really well back in the 1980s.
- Sam


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Playstation 4
Publisher: Infinite State Games
Developer: Infinite State Games
‘E’ -Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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