Craig SXPD looks fantastic - almost like Akira meets Judge Dredd through the eyes of Frank Miller (although you can't zoom the comic and you'll struggle on smaller screens) but beyond the visuals it falls apart a bit. The writing in the comic is cliched enough to make you cringe and never really feels like there's a story building so the game sections should make a nice break. Unfortunately once you're past the initial wow factor of the first person section you'll realise there's nothing to it. Steer, shoot at a series of moving shapes you rarely see up close, repeat - hugely unrewarding. The controls are sharp and the speed is impressive, but the graphics pop-in means you can never be sure if the bike you're following is actually behind a building you're about to run straight into. I've witnessed bikes go straight through walls leaving me to drive into them, and on the third stage there are too many tight gaps surrounded by chain link fences that you can barely see until you hit them. After the game restarted me in the same position facing a wall multiple times leading to the loss of half my energy, I decided I didn't care enough about the story to carry on.
Great game The black, white, and red color pallet is very reminiscent of the chaotic gem Mad World with well-integrated comic book-style cutscenes and story telling. The high-speed high-octane combat with the grungy yet appealing art style all supported by a slick frame rate takes home the medal in my book. No other game keeps you on the edge of your toilet seat quite like this
I'm tired of these MikiMouse games on android this game is $ well spent... Very good blend of comic book and action. Only thing is the music while chasing on the bike is very repetitive and kinda annoying. Wish it would switch up to something easier on the ears. Overall this is one of the most creative and aesthetically pleasing game I've seen on any platform.
Love the black and white art style I never had a chance to play MAD WORLD and always desired to. But never could due to not owning a wii. But thanks to this graphic novel/manga art style of black and white images I dont have to buy Mad World to experience such a world. Thx to the devs for having the courage to follow up on such a bold look.
Looks cool but controller support is only partial! I like the look and combat seems OK so far but the controller mapping is pointless if I can't turn! Neither analog stick or d-pad do anything! Can't play on TV because of this! Please fix!
Stylish Art Style and Cool Concept for a game Let down by near impossible controls and general lack of satesfying gameplay. Such a shame, I really want to love this!