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Submitted by combocaster 507d ago | review

The Showdown Effect Review | ComboCaster

The Showdown Effect is a 2.5D shooter from the creators of Magicka, Arrowhead Game Studios and was inspired by the 80s and 90s, both in its style or the subject of several characters. As in Magicka the jokes are many and a wide range of games and movies, which is a great plus point and we quite amusing.

The game is based on intensive fighting well with a wide variety of weapons and blows available to the player. There is an initial tutorial to learn all kinds of motion provides the game to the player. I think this game is the easiest to know all kinds of movements, because there are many and are relatively easy.

The Showdown Effect is a multiplayer game where the player's success depends on the speed and dexterity of movement. The game requires a bit of practice, since all techniques take some time to be perfected. Do not expect therefore that The Showdown Effect is like a game of CoD where any player goes first and get some kills. (PC, The Showdown Effect) 7.5/10

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