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Both characters are playable and have their unique powers that can be used in unique way. Whether it was Super Mario Bros. Sound: There's only ~9 songs in the game, one for each of the four overworlds, one for each the 4 worlds, and one boss theme. This game has awful reviews on every gaming website, but I'm a fan of the series so I figured I'd give it a shot myself. The spaceship controls far too loosely, lacking the tight responsiveness that would have elevated these portions.
I personally, would not recommend this game in general, but specifically not for the show's target audience younger kids. Graphics: Another really strong part of the game. Actually, yes, very much so. By the end of Regular Show, I felt like I was playing Dark Souls, dying over and over again thanks to careless mistakes. The game is a throwback to 80's and 90's side scrolling arcade games. I've had one softlock that actually froze my entire system, meaning I had to power down just to get back the main menu, and another softlock in which I could just press the home button and close the game.
On the contrary however, Regular Show plays very different from a Super Mario game, as the gameplay changes in certain levels to become either a side-scrolling shooter, a top-down shooter, or an eclectic mix of the two, which is when the game is at its trickiest. To get into the world, the player needs to choose one of two characters and struggle to solve the puzzles and battle against enemies to reach the end of each level. There's the standard gameplay type which is similar to Mario, in this you need to kill enemies by jumping on them or looking for a power-up that allows you to shoot projectiles. Story: Mordecai and Rigby find a video game, it sucks them into in and they need to travel through 4 worlds fighting various foes from the show. But on the other side of the coin, some of the stages can be a bit on the cheap side in terms of getting through them, with many clipping issues in certain stages, blind jumps that can hinder progress and a few other distractions that can annoy you at times. The sprite work is really well done and, in my opinion, a bit better than other games by Wayforward. It sounds splendid enough, but execution is key.
That does not make this a bad game. Beyond that, this is a game that can be completed in mere hours, belying its retail release. I normally don't write too many product reviews as most of the time most folks would just YouTube footage of a particular game if they want to see it these days. But all in all these are just a few gripes about the game that won't hinder the overall experience. The level design is decent.
They lack any real depth and are often just ways to get across pits you can't jump over. This hijinx-filled adventure is packed with platforming, space shooting, and old-school top down video game mania, and comes fully loaded with tons of Regular Show characters and jokes. The game takes place in the beautiful world and lets the player experience the world made out of paper, few cotton balls, and cardboard. The game supports both Single and Multiplayer modes and lets the player controls the famous hero named Mario in the entire game. Most players will easily secure the yellow cassette tape collectables on their initial playthrough, unlocking music tracks and concept art hidden away in the options menu.
Gameplay is as equally a mixed bag, with concepts introduced across the opening three worlds before being merged throughout the fourth. Platformers: the genre that introduced much of the gaming population to gaming in the first place. I love stomping on evil geese and men with powdered wigs, but they and the majority of the game really has no explanation for anything. Gameplay: Here's the really demerit to the game, the gameplay is just not that good. The game lets the player immerse himself in the combination of platform, space, arcade and top-down shooting gameplay experience. I'm writing this review listening to Area 2 music while I write this, solidifying why one would want to purchase this game. Overall: The game's first world is probably the most fun I had with the game.