I wouldn't say this is a hard game more than just annoying. The only problem I'm really having with the trophies is that after you do something, there's so many bright lights and crap that flash on the screen that you just plain can't see what you're doing for a moment or two. With the stringent requirements on some of the trophies, those moments really add up to screw you out of the trophy. I've been getting a little farther by just looking ahead and trying to spin to that spot, but it still seems like a bit more of a luck/chance game on whether or not you actually hit things when you need to hit them.
Just my opinion on it. The flashing lights are really annoying for me.
I bought it, and I’m working toward the Platinum. I like the game a lot, but it’s certainly not going to be for everyone. Most of the levels only take less than 3 or 4 minutes to play through since they have time limits or they end when you travel a certain distance or whatever. That’s not to say that you’ll always accomplish your objective that fast without needing to replay a level, but there are few that require you to play for more than 5 minutes without a break in the action.You will, however, unlock 26 remix levels that allow you to tweak options such as color and audio cues, and in these you can toggle the objectives off and set it to infinite play if you just want to have an on-going stress-free psychedelic experience.
I’ve read and watched several reviews that all agree that you have to play it for yourself to understand what’s going on, but someone could definitely make a short video explaining the mechanics (which are very clever and interesting).The game does a great job of making every level’s objectives completely different. Some sound the same on paper (for example, race to the end) but there are enough different gameplay mechanics that no two levels are copies ofeach other, and that’s not even commenting on the varied visuals.
Basically there are 52 levels that you will have to master for the Plat. Every time you get a 3-star rating on one of the 26 main levels it unlocks a trophy level, so each of the 26 Trophies indicates that you have mastered two levels (by getting 3 stars on the main level and then completing the objective on the corresponding trophy level). So far I’ve got 17 Trophies, with 5 trophy levels unlocked thatI’m having trouble beating, and 4 main levels that I’m having trouble getting 3 stars on (so I haven’t even seen their trophy levels). I’d say the game is about 1/3 levels that you can master on the first try, 1/3 levels that take a lot of work but are doable, and 1/3 levels that are so hard you’re not even coming close and you’re not getting any better either. But that’s my personal take. I hope someone unveils some tricks to those levels that I’m stuck on. If someone doesn’t care about Trophies then the 26 main levels, the 26 remix levels, and the “final level” can all be unlocked really easily.
i got it and only played for half an hour or so.. i need to come back to this. looks cool but unfortunately its one of those games i realize i need a widescreen tv for cuz i cant seem to read shit or see very far into the distance...
i find the targetting really annoying. its literally hit or miss.. but i found the vibration on your controller is a good cue.
also, i kind of don't understand what's going on after the first couple of levels.. so it's like..wut.. need halp lolz
okay. so after some more time i realized that the game makes perfect sense.
i think i was just too high the first time i played it.
once you get the jist of grazing and lancing it becomes much easier.. thru practice the targeting got much easier and intuitive. so then i bagged a few easy trophies and i can say it's got me hooked. i recommend fo sho. there's a lot of silver and gold too so it could be potential easy trophies since it has such a straightforward design... you just need skillz