Stylized Fighting Meets the 80s
That's the best way I can put it.
The fighting was fast paced, great camera movements and action. The sound effects very much complimented the scenes. The soundtrack was interesting in that it carried an 80s-synch type of martial arts action with it. I got no complaints with the music at all.
The only critisisms that I have about it are that the ending was a bit of an artistic letdown. With all the action throughout, the ending just seemed out of place from all the other material.
Other than that, excellent job on the animation. 5.
yeah i know..but i needed to finish this quit it was somekind of Deadline, i promised! so i couldnt come up with any idea's >_<!!! but still the last boss got some ASS-Whooping and thats what i care about, so did arnold...that B**ch....... =D
glad ya liked it =D
Great use of the sound clips within this film. Shang's morph was the best part. Overall excellent job!
Very excellent sprite movie
Excellent use of sound effects, fast action, slick camera work. Only minor complaint is too many slow downs, but that's ok. Great to see RCR:EX for once on Newgrounds. Overall, excellent job!
Excellent Innovative Game
another innovation on the breakout format. The combo system and meter adds a new dimension to the gameplay, but the sound was a bit annoying. Thankfully, can be turned off. The different balls and powers were an excellent element into this game. It's great to see a breakout game that doesn't strive to be another Blasterball clone.
new twist on Pong
like the idea of the increased acceleration and the firing. kinda reminds me of Crossfire, that old ball shooting board game Milton Bradley has. 5 for innovation.
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