There's also a hint of personality with a goofy narrator, but the execution isn't quite there. God Mode is an easy recommendation to make for those who want relatively mindless entertainment -- just don't go in expecting much more than that.
In time, even the tests of faith and the oaths can't hold this sensation at bay. But if you're only looking for a few hours of entertaining mindless horde shooting, God Mode generally does a decent job of providing it.
God Mode may not be divine, but it delivers buckets of flawed fun for a few...
La possibilità di acquistare nuove armi e di potenziare quelle in nostro possesso costituisce la spinta a lanciarci in altre sfide, a completare i dungeon e a mirare a livelli di difficoltà maggiori, ma è anche vero che dopo poche ore la natura budget del prodotto e i suoi limiti vengono inevitabilmente a galla.
God Mode may be a shallow action romp that’s got the longevity of a fruit fly, but with a decent group of allies and some proper teamwork, there’s a good bit of run & gun gaming in there while it lasts.
“Do you like running? How about gunning?” these first two sentences of co-op third person shooter God Mode ‘s online description are a fitting summary of what Atlus' newly published game offers; frantic, retro game inspired,...
Still, these didn’t get in my way while playing, and if you keep in mind that this is a budget release when setting expectations of how many maps, guns, and customization options it should contain, there’s plenty of fast-paced action to be had gunning all the way through Hades - one weeping classicist at a time.
If you’re looking for a fun way to spend a few hours on the cheap, then God Mode is a decent investment. The gameplay is solid, and there are plenty of little extras to keep things fun and interesting - though the meager selection of maps means there’s a good chance the game will become stale after a few hours.
I would have loved to have seen some outlandish weapons to tear enemies apart, or perhaps more diverse ways of disposing of them. Still as a straight horde mode, co-op shooter God Mode serves its purpose for the price tag. If you can convince your buddies to join in, there is a lot of fun to be had. If solo is the name of your game, you might want to wait for a sub $5 sale.
The one-note shooting can’t sustain the game through all five maps. I’m not sure I feel comfortable recommending God Mode to anyone but a bored gamer looking for a single night of fun with friends. A couple of times while playing God Mode I saw what the game might have been. Unfortunately, thanks to odd design choices, Atlus’ shooter doesn’t live up to its potential.
The name God Mode evokes memories of Doom and Doom II; the term refers to a cheat code that bestows, in those two games, invulnerability upon the player. Atlus’ latest game leaves you far from invulnerable. Instead, God Mode opts to position you...