Panzer Paladin Reviews (Windows)
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Vandal Online (Jul 21, 2020)
Un fantástico juego de acción y plataformas de estilo neo retro en el que manejamos a un robot y a su piloto para defender la Tierra.
IGN (Jul 21, 2020)
Panzer Paladin's pleasing retro-aesthetics and slick use of 80s anime tropes compliment its new ideas wonderfully.
GameSpew (Jul 21, 2020)
If taking a trip back in time with an old-fashioned platforming game sounds like a good time to you, Panzer Paladin won’t disappoint. Its excellent visual direction and soundtrack definitely helps it stand out from the crowd, and once you get a handle around its core weapon system, it becomes clear that there aren’t many other games out there that play quite like it. Panzer Paladin sticks hard to its old school influences, even if sometimes to a fault, but it mostly pays off.
Destructoid (Jul 25, 2020)
Impressive effort with a few noticeable problems holding it back. Won't astound everyone, but is worth your time and cash.
Game Informer Magazine (Aug 05, 2020)
Tribute Games crafts a worthy homage to the early Mega Man games, but some retro elements might better be left in the past.
TechRaptor (Jul 21, 2020)
The ability to create weapons and the way you use them to fight in this retro platformer is fantastic. The aesthetic for Panzer Paladin is also awesome, but the first half of the game's level design and slow platforming leaves room for improvement.
Jeuxvideo.com (Sep 13, 2020)
Panzer Paladin est sûrement l'un des titres néo-rétro les plus accessibles du lot. Avec un gameplay qui emprunte les meilleurs éléments des platformers de la NES, servi par un pixel art et une bande son de qualité, le jeu a de quoi plaire instantément. Malheureusement, c'est sur le long terme que le titre de Tribute Games se perd.
Hardcore Gamer Magazine (Jul 21, 2020)
Even if it was all-action/no-brain, Panzer Paladin‘s retro-look is bursting with style in a way that other NES-throwbacks frequently miss. There’s a lot to love here, including harder remixed versions of the levels and a speed-run mode, but its mean-spirited death penalties mean you have to work for it.
GameOver (Greece) (Aug 06, 2020)
Ξεπερνώντας τη λεπτή γραμμή μεταξύ νοσταλγίας και παρωχημένης τεχνοτροπίας.