Suzaku here from Suzaku publishing and we’re here to ask one simple question “What The Frack” is All Games Must Die?
From shop icon you could easily guess it’s game about Nbradford, but to what degree you might ask? It’s about him critiquing games and the processing in which he does so. Let’s take a look at the option menus, well I would but there doesn’t seem to be any. I know what you’re saying “But Suzaku, grPad games normally don’t have menus”, well I call ballucks, as vast majority of games on grPad do have menus, simplistic but they still have options, like changing the difficulty or even background of games. If more grPad games had better menus then the platform could even grow to compete with the likes of Playstem 5, or the current mBox.
The main objective of All Games Must Die is quiet simple, to destroy games. And how do you destroy games? Well it’s quiet simple really, you must critique games in such a fashion the games themselves crash on release no matter how well made the games themselves are. This is accomplished using the touch face interface selecting various options; you can even set the tone of your voice to thus changing the meaning of your actual words in game. Here is an example of a game After Mad where the average review for the game was 9.75 in real life but Nbradford gave it a 7.5 real life thus robbing its perfect 10.0. As you can see I start by selecting some minior flaws to point out… Oh bloody hell this game froze again and now I have to start over; wait what’s this previous saves was also cleared. See this is one of the problems with this game, there quite a few problems with this game.
Another problem with the game for 20 dollars or your regional equivalent there are very few options. From the lack of menu or in depth options on how to trash reviews it doesn’t add much substance to the game. However! I still had a lot of fun trashing games and poking fun of games and how they perform. Would I pay full price for this game? Maybe but depends if I’m in the mood or if I have to take a long plane ride. But I do recommend getting this game if it ever goes on sale, and lord knows that Grapple doesn’t like to place anything on their gr store on sale.
This is Suzaku the giving All games must Die a 7, and with that I’m off to play a classically bad game called Rompers.