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It’s adventure time
I am a huge Adventure Time fan. The first Adventure Time —games have been awful, really awful. It almost seems like the budget of the developer was low and it kinda shows in the results. But now came out Adenture Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion!! In trailers the game looked good and different than the past games.
When I started the game I was immediately sure what to do since everything was bold and obvious, and it’s easy to understand how the game works.
It’s Adventure Time!!
Story after The Mushroom War
The story is the most simplest than possibly could be; The Land Of Ooo is flooded and everything is underwater. Finn The Human and Jake The Dog have go to save the day.
It’s coming to known that Ice King has lost his magical crown and his Ice Kingdom has melted.
I didn’t find anything overly special about the story, other than it was too simple and short. I honestly played this maybe 4—5 hours (leisure) and it was all over. I don’t know was the game even ment to end like that, but anyway, it did. It felt too short and I would’ve liked it to be much longer. There’s many side quests though…
Gameplay & Controls
This game is full of bugs, (that usually kills you) but worked in overall. Everything’s very simple and minimal and not full of gimmicks, or such. One main issue that I had was when I was in a boat and trying to find the place where I needed to go; it was sometimes difficult to find the destination since the map was badly designed. They went maybe too simple and bold ‘cos the map wasn’t clear/detailed enough and the marks were size of a your mom’s hole.
And as of all platform games the camera is bad in Adenture Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion, too. That seems to be like a norm in video game world. It got stuck or went inside structures, blocking my view.
Moving the camera made me nauseous because everything was sluggish and the graphics broke around me.
Controls was mostly annoying since the character moved very awkwardly and slow. It felt like it was some old N64 game or something. The battle scene is turn–based and characters levels up and their stats and special moves can be upgraded. The upgrading is very simple; it’s used by the money you collect. Money can be found everywhere and if one want’s to grind, it’s super easy beasy.
There’s many side quests
Graphics like cartoon
Adenture Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion’s graphics seems to be cel shading. I’m not 100% sure what that means in technically but many games uses that technology (such as Ōkami, some of Zelda —games, Sea Of Thieves). I’m not super fan of this style but it works in this case. Adenture Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion is based on cartoon, so using cel shade it resembles cartoonesque.
4-5 hours and it was all over
Sound? Where are you?
I had problems with the sound all the time. Using two different wireless headsets the problem didn’t go away. The sound cut and buzz all the time. I don’t know where the problem lied but it did the same thing without the headsets.
Though, I like the way Adenture Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion is voice acted; the original cast was present and it made the gameplay more fun and genuine.
Nothing is difficult enough to Finn & Jake
Adenture Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion is easy game, but the difficulty lies in some battles. Battling with higer level enemies will defeat you instantly, and that’s why grinding is necessary. The bosses were easy after I realized how to defeat them, so the game isn’t just pressing X continuously.
Adventure is over and BMO goes to sleep
I would’ve wanted Adenture Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion to be a way longer than it is. It honestly feels very rushed, unpolished, unfinished and it feels like it just ends before it even start to begin.
Eventhough Adenture Time: Pirates Of The Enchiridion have side questsbut—I don’t know does that save the game…
All in all; you can have an adventure time, but it may lie short.
the original cast was present