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Solatorobo: Red the Hunter (DS)

Solatorobo: Red the Hunter (DS)
alaScore 95

48 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 48 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the action and graphics. The value for money and usability also get good opinions, whereas reviews are divided on the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Solatorobo: Red the Hunter (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Solatorobo: Red the Hunter Review

 

Every now and then there comes a game that reviews extremely well and I wonder whether I'm missing something or I'm just someone who can't be easily pleased. When I looked the internet over for criticisms of Solatorobo: Red The Hunter, I hardly found...

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Solatorobo: Red The Hunter (DS) Review

 

This oddly titled RPG may be the last great adventure for the DS.

Cyber Connect 2 surely went to great lengths to secure the funding for a sequel to the incredibly obscure Tail Concerto. The sequel they created is clearly a labor of love. This love can be seen in the game's amazing score, its vibrant world, and most...

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Solatorobo: Red the Hunter Playtest – Making Lifting Fun

 

Solatorobo places great importance on creating a vibrant world and taking you through it at a smooth pace.

4. There is a multiplayer mode that I didn’t take advantage of. It basically pits you against three other players in a race, like in the Air Robo GP quests in the main game.

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Solatorobo: Red the Hunter

 

It starts with moving crates and ends with saving the world.

Fantastic visual design ; Imaginative world ; Portable-friendly gameplay

Takes too long to really get good ; Too easy ; Too much repetition

Xseed said the developer wanted to leave the in game dialogue in french for all regions, as it gave the world more of an exotic feel or something. some phrases you can note are when he thrust forward he says va, va, yea, yea... va meaning go. Also the...

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Solatorobo: Red The Hunter

 

Cats and dogs living together?

The animators had fun with the anthropomorphic characters, populating the world with people who look like foxes, bulldogs, and lions. The airships are also well-designed, with cutscenes showing off gigantic, vibrantly colored vehicles topped with...

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Solatorobo: Red the Hunter

 

I wish Solatorobo was an animated film instead of a game. Once you cut away the mind-numbing crate puzzles, monotonous combat, and maddening fetch quests, there is still a heart and soul to Solatorobo that keeps you from utterly hating it. Instead, you...

There are so many distractions and interruptions in the narrative and action that Solatorobo never manages to build momentum. There is a pointless, chatty dialogue sequence at the end of every hallway and an abrupt change of scenery at the end of every...

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Review: Solatorobo: Red the Hunter

 

This charming spiritual sequel to Tail Concerto features a vibrant, anime-inspired world; stellar cel-shaded visuals; and fun, easy to grasp gameplay.

Lovely visuals; energetic, 90's anime style story is quite fun; expansive and interesting world; easy to grasp mechanics

Optional quests are neither optional nor interesting

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Solatorobo: Red The Hunter Review

 

CyberConnect2's oddly-titled DS adventure is a lovingly-crafted and delightfully bizarre action-RPG with an abundance of ideas.

Solatorobo is slow to get going, and neither the combat nor the puzzles are ever anything more than mildly challenging. But it's a true original, beautiful to look at, lovingly made, characterful and always ready to surprise you with some mad, bizarre...

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Solatorobo: Red the Hunter Review

 

It may not offer much of a challenge, but Solatorobo: Red the Hunter has enough variety and quirky charm to stand out from other action RPGs.

Fun combat and puzzle systems ; Enjoyable variety of quests and minigames ; Striking detail in towns and environments ; Lively soundtrack

Overarching story is dull ; Rarely challenging

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Solatorobo: Red the Hunter

 

We prefer the term anthropomorphic.