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Despite my shortcomings, I still enjoyed Cybernoid‘s masochistic leanings. If you have the patience of a saint during a bitter Russian winter and you kinda sorta think you might want to learn to dance, I’d ask Cybernoid for a lesson. Just don’t be surprised when your foot gets crushed.
The fact that players will start with nine lives on
any difficulty mode feels like a cheap cop-out on actually crafting
a balanced game. Music is fairly decent and the graphics are
serviceable, but a lot of repetition makes it rather boring looking.
There is an alright concept here, but many will lack the patience to
stick with this for too long.