Reviews for Dark Void Zero
rocket packs and rocket launchersdamienjameswebb | Feb. 22, 2014 | See all damienjameswebb's reviews »
WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT! this is a great little platformer that feels like the metroid games mixed with a little jetpack action for good measure. the difficulty is nice and high and can really make it a challenging play. this is truly platformer gold.
its a throwback to the 8-bit era, and it does it very well, you wouldn't even know that this was actually made recently. the sound track is great and soo catchy. and even the game play is nice as it helps you along if you get lost or stuck in a certain area.
very good game and worth a play
For those who MUST play a 2D platformervideopower77 | June 20, 2013 | See all videopower77's reviews »
This 8-bit demake is funnily enough, superior to it's higher-fidelity counterpart. The controls are tight, the challenge is high, and it retains that old school feel perfectly. However, it is a short little game and highly recommended only for those who want more of these sort of games. Otherwise, there isn't much to recommend about it.
fun retrotassadarforaiur | April 26, 2013 | See all tassadarforaiur's reviews »
fun throwback game, really reminds me of the good old nes days, in that I can't even beat level one when playing casually. difficult but rewarding. If you have extra cash and are feeling slightly burned out from AAA shooters, or are using a computer with lower-end specs, this game is worth considering.
Callback to games of yesteryearScorpy | Jan. 19, 2013 | See all Scorpy's reviews »
Dark Void Zero is first and foremost a love letter to retro games. It's short, sweet, and pretty concise for its low price point. The music is fantastic, the controls are tight, the graphics suitably retro. The only problem is the length. However, for the asking price, you cannot really complain about that.
A retro platformerDukePaul | Dec. 21, 2012 | See all DukePaul's reviews »
Dark Void Zero is a nice twist for the franchise and return to his origins, this game combines retro graphics, 8-bit music with a gameplay based in exploration and platforms like the old 2D Metroids also some levels can be very hard, this is game is designed for old school players but don't worry because you will find hints of what to do if you are stuck.
The controls are good but I think you will play better if you have a gamepad.
For this cheap price this game deserves a try if you like new games with retro look.