BLACK BIRD reviews

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Microsoft from Spain
-The Last punishment-BLACK BIRD is a tragic story that knows how to hide under some layers too subtle. A layer of humour and irreverence, another Shoot ' em Up and a more sonorous, theatrical and certainly operesca. We are Talking about a kind of theatre or musical work orchestrated by the action, which situates us in a very characteristic scenario; The cities, where more humans there are but more lack of humanity. Our protagonist, a little girl, dies in the middle of the street, without receiving any help, surrounded by misery and soulless. Begins a huge vengeance, full of violence against everything and everyone. We must destroy civilization, and for this we have become a black bird's head, laden with pure hatred and rage, born of the death of an innocent. After This unusual approach in the genre we are faced with a horizontal Shmup "infinity on the sides", ie an heir to the old Defender of the great Saga Fantasy Zone (where he draws many concepts), a small component "Rampage" very similar to how It started and developed Gaurodan and also a taste to Steel Empire and its aesthetics. We Will move through four scenarios destroying targets marked on a radar, surviving waves of small enemies that appear accompanied by music forming choruses of destruction, becoming increasingly fierce and directed, to culminate a Once destroyed all the objectives in meetings against bosses purely Shmup, where the game already becomes a horizontal more conventional and pure, with a pizquita of Cuphead at the beginning that it feels great. The best of BLACK BIRD is its True mode, which is the real icing, demanding but not frustrated, with a new final showdown apotheosis (the best of the game). A master and SUPER ADDICTIVE scoring system adorns this cake, becoming at first something anecdotal, but that will be decisive to obtain the different endings. If we get at least 25 million, we will access the true end, one of the best-tragic but beautiful-I have seen in this genre. It is very worth learning to score high to get there. It Is A Japanese game, where you notice a lot the weight and good historical make of this market and its unmistakable hand. One of the designers, Yoshio Kimura, has been behind No More Heroes, Rule of Rose and Little King's Story, among many more. Veterans who have signed up for a smaller and cozy market have crystallized in BLACK BIRD one of the stories of revenge (without a single word in the whole game) and love for the most beautiful and rare Shmup that has had the pleasure of playing. I Want To thank all the mime and effort put in this juegazo. Brief but good as few.