Neon Blight Review (Steam)
Our Neon Blight Review welcomes us to Eden, the old town district beneath the megacity. Fight through dystopian cyberspace, collect hundreds of firearms, establish an exotic black market gun store, cater to other cyberpunk runners, and work towards the ultimate payday in this neon-rogue-lite, store management, shoot ‘em up.
Neon Blight Review Pros:
- Nice graphics.
- 584.74MB Download size.
- Graphics settings – fullscreen and resolution.
- Controller support.
- Can rebind controls for both keyboard and the controller.
- In-game cutscenes.
- Tutorial signs as you play.
- Top-down twin-stick shooter gameplay.
- Occasional multiple choice encounters.
- Save when you want along with an autosave function.
- You run your own gun shop and can sell guns you find in the dungeons.
- Dungeons feel kinda run based.
- All guns shoot differently.
- You have a base gun that’s always available with infinite ammo.
- Randomized levels.
Neon Blight Review Cons:
- No Steam achievements.
- The mouse cursor stays on the screen despite using a controller.
- The base gun is terrible with a small clip.
- The controls just don’t feel good, it’s almost staggered and delayed than fast and smooth.
- A couple of game crashes for no reason.
- Had a gun bug out and did not shoot.
- Constant difficulty spikes.
- Levels are meant to be randomized but they really do all look and feel the same.
- Despite using a controller, parts of the game require a keyboard at least.
- Bare minimum graphics settings.
- Cannot reset key bindings to default.
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Developer: Bleeding Tapes
Publisher: Freedom Games
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 6/106/10
- Length - 6/106/10
- Fun Factor - 6/106/10
Had a lot of problems playing Neon Blight from performance issues to the big main issue, the controls! For a twin-stick shooter, it really isn’t fast smooth, or even responsive, guns have a way of being disappointing and not fun to use. The gun shop idea is neat but in truth, it’s very mixed and games like Moon lighter do a much better job at fleshing it all out. The look is nice going for a pixel art Cyberpunk type deal but honestly, that’s where it all stops. I just never had fun with it and even putting up with it didn’t help the case. Games have come on so far so having a twin-stick shooter that plays this badly is a strange thing. Anyway, I don’t want to nitpick it to death, Neon Blight is blighted with issues and is just not fun to play.