Orangeblood Review (PlayStation 4)
“WELCOME TO NEW KOZA” It’s the end of the 20th century, on a historic timeline different from that which we know. A manmade island off the coast of Okinawa is humming with a dirty, exotic vibe – and it’s awesome!
- Modern pixel art graphics.
- 221.7MB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Graphics-chromatic aberration, CRT Scanlines, and color style.
- Five save slots.
- RPG gameplay.
- Hip hop soundtrack that kicks.
- Turn-based combat.
- Combat shows turn order.
- You see enemies walking around, you can shoot them to stun them and get a bonus when fighting or stun them and walk past.
- Earn EXP and level up to improve your stats.
- Find fragment keys from drops and use them to open loot caches around the city.
- Enemies drop loot.
- Minimap shows icons for shops, enemies, doors, and objectives.
- Save points along with areas that are safe to save whenever you want.
- Full team management in regards to equipment and upgrades.
- Shops to buy new gear.
- Many secrets to find.
- A hard-hitting no bs story that’s is gripping.
- Really engaging atmosphere.
- Such a busy game that seeing key people or points in the game is hard.
- Slow starter.
- Combat takes a bit of getting used to.
- The color of the lights can play tricks on your eyes.