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Submitted by PNeafsey 834d ago | review

Rush Bros (PC) | FTG Review

FTG Writes: Platformers are one of the most iconic genres of video game out there, with hundreds upon hundreds available. From Super Mario Bros. to Mega Man X, the genre has been tweaked and improved upon as the decades have gone by. Rush Bros tries to take those tweaks and make them into its own unique platformer, charged by your music. Most .mp3 and .ogg files (sadly, this means any iTunes-bought music is unusable) can be played in the game to make for easy or challenging levels, with the background and foreground dynamically thumping and shifting to your music. If you’re so inclined, you can even race against friends (though the system for finding matches was uncooperative most of the time). Rush Bros‘ neon world is full of color, with a visually interesting look to work well with its music-driven gameplay. It has the potential to be a revolutionary platformer. It’s just a shame that it doesn’t live up to that potential. (PC, Rush Bros) 6.0/10

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