My brief summary of Brigador - it's a you-vs-many isometric action game with tactical combat placed in a Blade Runner-esque future full of neon utilizing a variety of vehicles to pilot from mechs, tanks, hovercraft, and more, through fully destructible environments.Read More
*Gonna try a thing here - while I'm apprehensive about doing flat out reviews, I do play a lot of games that I want to highlight, and the easy out is to write up a summary of my experience. Instead of trying to score the games on some random scale based in nothingness, I figure I'll just give you an idea of who I think this game would or wouldn't cater to in as an objective method as possible. You be the judge if I'm successful or not, and you be judge on if my suggestions make sense, but I hope giving you an idea of what these games are, what they're about, and gives them (however little) additional exposure.
So, here goes the initial Unique Drops SYT. -Chris
Brigador is an isometric mech/tank/hovercraft/*insert war machination here* shooter based in an 80s-futuristic Blade Runner esque world, so everything is set to an awesome synth soundtrack with high contrast visuals - dark settings against a ton of awesome neon and explosions.
I LOVE giant robot/mech fighting stuff. I like synth and neon and the 80s, but I LOVE MECHS.
Do I love Brigador? Should you try Brigador?
Well, how about I’ll give you a long, wordy dissertation of how I feel.Read More