So Broforce looks great. Shooting, killing, pixel art, tons of bad-ass characters to play as. What's not to love? Honestly the game looks really awesome and I want to pick it up, I just have this new aversion to games on Steam Greenlight. That said, I played a few minutes of Broforce at a friends house and it was fun for the few minutes I played. My friend mentioned that the game needed more Bros as well as levels which fits a common complaint on Steam in the game is too short. This update adds 3 new bros as well as new game mechanics, levels and an update to Indiana Brones. Oh and the new mech? Awesome.
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I'll echo your new aversion. Greenlight and Early Access are showing their flaws lately.
More to the point, this game looks awesome. Like Metal Slug with more action and worse/better graphics. Depending on how you feel about graphics.
I really like the Broforce graphics quite a bit. People said they need an update but I don't see it, I like the chunky pixels.
I agree. I think it's charming as hell. Which may be an odd adjective to use with this kind of game, but there you go.
Yeah, that sounds right. I wonder what the people that don't like the graphics would replace them with?
Gritty, brown realism?
Huh. I think the comical nature and simplicity of the graphics plays into the bro-nature of the game.
But yeah, more realistic and gritty would be pretty interesting!
I mean I don't agree with wanting gritty, brown realism. I was making a tongue-in-cheek jab at the modern realistic shooters.
Hahaha yeah. That genre is pretty well served.
What are the flaws with greenlight and early access?
Basically that the game I bought is really disappointing. Some games are so bad it's frankly disturbing they want to sell it. Some are just at the state where you get a bad dose of what the promise of the game is.
When I started with early access I thought it was a bunch of games mostly finished with some cleanup to do. Yeah, not really.
So it's cool it exists for the people that love it, but I haven't bought an early access game since a few big dissapointments I had.