Narita Boy Review (PlayStation 4)
Become symphonic with our Narita Boy Review A radical action-adventure as a legendary pixel hero trapped as a mere echo within the Digital Kingdom. Discover the mysteries behind the Techno-sword, lock swords with the corrupt and tainted Stallions. Save the world!
Narita Boy Review Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- 2.42GB Download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Two controller layouts.
- CRT soft filter.
- Works on Playstation 5.
- Action-platformer gameplay.
- Can skip cutscenes.
- 80s ass video game atmosphere.
- New attacks and abilities are shown on floppy disks with their own tutorial screen.
- Autosave icon is a Walkman icon.
- Constant save points.
- Hack and slash combat.
- Has an old-school feel due to the screen effect, it’s a border thing, don’t worry.
- Some great set pieces.
- Looks nostalgic but plays like a modern game.
- Really cool animations.
- Very slight puzzle elements.
Narita Boy Review Cons:
- Jumping takes a bit of getting used to in terms of distance.
- The combat never feels different and gets repetitive.
- The game relies a lot on fetch quests.
- Tedious boss fights.
- Learning curve to the combat.
- I found platforming to not be that fluid.
- Level design is not always clear on direction.
- A lot of the flashy neon affects.
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Developer: STUDIO KOBA
Publisher: Team 17
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