Shape Neon Chaos Switch Review
|Publisher||Isaias Game Dev|
Isaias Game Dev, the people behind the crappy Green Soldiers Heroes, are getting desperate. Their tactic of pricing a crap game high, then permanently putting it on sale for very cheap, must not be working well. They just increased the price of games from twenty to thirty for Shape Neon Chaos, a generic Geometry Wars clone that honestly, wasn’t that interesting. If it didn’t work well before, I doubt it will work well this time. I want to scream at them, “create better games and people will buy this!” This is time, its not that the game is bad, it is not, just not all that interesting to play.
The first thing to do in Shape Neon Chaos is go into the options menu. First, turn of autofire mode. This way you don’t have to hold down ZR to fire. Then disable the ugly Matrix background. Then you have 4 options: Standard Mode, Directly to Chaos, Time Attack and Slow Motion. The fact that they added a mode to get you directly to the hard part, tells you how boring this game is. I can’t put my finger on exactly why, but it just was not fun.
Let’s face it, Geometry Wars is not coming back anytime soon, especially after the Microsoft/ABK merger looks like it could be dead. So developers have stepped up to fill the void. Shape Neon Chaos is not that game. Isias Game Dev knows this, so they trick you into buying it. But then you’ll be bored and want your money back. You won’t buy from them again. So then they’ll increase the price to forty dollars. I suggest they do something else to get you to buy, like release better games, cause this ain’t it.
Overall: Shape Neon Chaos is a very boring Geometry Wars clone. Its not unplayable, just not very good.
Verdict: Not Recommended
P.S. There is a good clone on the Switch and its name is Breakpoint!