Do you like managing your inventory in games like Resident Evil? A lot? Then this should be a dream!
This is a challenging review to write for me, because I’d really prefer to try to be nice about things. That said, it isn’t often that I hit a game on the system that makes me want to use the word “shovelware” as much as this one. This literally feels like someone took the code for a bigger game that happened to involve inventory management of guns, ammo, and other supplies, ripped it and the assets out, and packaged just that as a full game. True, you could say there are games like Unpacking that, if you water them down to almost nothing, are really about a sort of inventory management, but that would be overly reductive and too focused on deflecting from the lack of care and effort put into this. You’ll need to rotate what you have, gain some space by combining elements like putting the proper ammo in the right gun, but there’s not a payoff here or anything resembling the taking it to a next level, generally making it worthy of even its meager asking price.
Justin Nation, Score: