For the budget asking price, Rite may not have a ton in the way of variety, but offers up some classic challenging platforming
It’s great when you come along games like Rite that offer up not just a budget-friendly price, but a great value to go with them as well. Keeping things pretty basic this is a precision platformer that isn’t visually flashy but is hardly a slouch either. Perhaps the scaling could be problematic in handheld mode but in general the detail is clear and the controls are pretty tight so most of the deaths you incur will be your own fault. Perhaps the jumping is a tad floaty but you do get the hang of it, and you’ll need to have some confidence in your platforming skills from top to bottom to be successful. While not in any ways a Super Meat Boy-esque masterpiece there’s something to be said for well-made and challenging fare that you can pick up even without a sale for less than $10.
Justin Nation, Score:
Nindie Choice! [8.2]