Amazing video! The voice is perfect and the quirky comments added with the text animation really wrap it up to form a hilarious package. Well done.
You have to take this all in context. Constructive criticism, even of a negative nature is encouraged here. But when you put absolutely no thought into trashing someone else's hard work and time spent, you really deserve any crap you get for that. Anyways, this guy made a lot of people laugh and if he isn't a hard ass, he'll be laughing along with us.
This is definitely a deviation from the typical collabs. Instead of using parody as its premise, it's an original idea expanded upon sitcom style. I have to agree with AnalyticalOutcast, I love it. It's fun to just chill and watch and the length is awesome. Not every sketch is a hit, but it's all pretty entertaining.
On a side note I was also slightly underwhelmed by egoraptor's part, as I have such high expectations of his work.
I couldn't stop laughing at Tom Fulp's.
However, a little cliche at times. Try to avoid saying things that are said too often if you want to convey real meaning. The phrase "You know that saying [insert saying]" did not fit in with the imaginitivity of the entire piece, and you used it twice. Try to innovate, not fall in with cliches of the genre. Great job overall.
Great game, check answers
Neat concept, but I stopped playing when you listed Nineteenth century as an incorrect answer for the date of the civil war.
The 1800s is the nineteenth century. 0-99 AD is the first century, we are now in the twenty first.
For being a demo.
Label it for what it is. Notice how nearly every review you get reflects some degree of frustration toward the fact that this is only a demo version of your game. Why would we want to -Surprise!- replay the first level? It makes absolutely no sense. Either link the full version here, or let us know exactly what this version is: A DEMO.
The fact that someone would put this amount of work into a flash RPG is just amazing. The dialogue is ingenious and you do a great job of making the characters very real.
Can't wait for Chapter 3!
As far as the combat goes, I personally think it's a lot more efficient, seeing as how you no longer are required to use the mouse (that annoyed me a lot in case you didn't see my review of the part 1). However, I think your first boss may be a little more challenging than intended? I didn't go to town for items before I fought him, but he put my entire party to sleep and killed them one by one. So there wasn't much I could do about that.
Seeing as how this is an RPG, perhaps
1- Make sure the player customizes their characters' armor/weapons a little more thouroughly before encountering bosses as challenging as this one
2- Scale down the power of the boss - he killed one of my characters in just one attack. (I think he was missing 3 or 4 HP from max?)
Other than that, I love the character development and, as always, the chit-chatting between them. Always entertaining!
Also, just out of curiousity, is there any possibility that once you finish this series you'll combine the games into one? It'd be neat to be able to play the entire group as one game.
And for the "critic" below me:
Any SERIOUS review will include couple of things:
1) More in-depth analysis of what is wrong/right with the game
2) A reasonable rating (there is absolutely no reason this game should ever get a 1. The rating of '1' should be reserved only for games/movies which your review took longer to make than the media you're reviewing. The very LEAST you could do is take a moment to decide what number would -actually- fit the game you're reviewing in your opinion, rather than bomb the ratings with a -1-.
3)Suggestions/Ideas on ways to improve the game.
I commend the Author for tearing your review apart, because the exact same disposition you exhibit toward writing reviews pisses me off as well.
I think this belongs in House though. In my opinion that's a good thing too. Got a more complicated beat than your average techno. It's like House and Techno had a badass kid.
So I awesome I had to log in to review it.
Yeah, this is really great. A little upbeat for my taste, but damn it's so chill and excellent. I couldn't help but love it. Reminds me of Burnout Paradise. Just cruising the countryside.
This is not only a catchy melody, but the shift in mood transitions amazingly smooth. If it's for a game, though, I would either suggest looping it or extending the length.
Great job otherwise.
Yes it is for a game. Don't expect it to come out any time soon. I am still working on thousands of things and I felt like at least leaking out a few (4 out of 13 songs) on here for now.
This track has already drastically changed but I don't want to post it up in fear of it getting stolen... Somehow...
Only a few select people get to hear the final versions. But only people who I trust.
I like posting in this audio portal because no one knows who I really am.
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