posted by disturbed666 (BARBERTON, OH) Jan 6, 2012
Member since Sep 2011
I was only able to play this game for a few minutes before realizing that the developers never though about someone who isn't right handed playing this game. There was no option to change the controls, even if it meant having to use the face buttons instead of the analogue stick for movement; this means that for anyone who's left handed, you're basically out of luck if you want to try Dream Trigger out.
I was excited to play this game. The concept seemed fun enough and the graphics were stunning, especially in 3D. You use the joy stick and buttons to control the shooting on the top screen and you use the touch screen to make music notes appear, but get reset every couple of seconds. There was way to much going on at the same time; dodging, shooting and drawing music notes seemed impossible to do because I always needed an extra hand to control something else. I never made it past the first level and I don't know anyone else who has. Consider yourself warned.
posted by DEATHTRAIN (WASHINGTONVILLE, NY) May 13, 2011
Member since Dec 2010
gamers (33%) found this review helpful
This game is terrible. That's my opinion, so if you like it, that's your opinion.
Basically, the menus are clunky and unpolished. The game needs you to do a tutorial on the menu system that's how unpolished they are. Then your in the game and you have to navigate the 3d screen dodging and collection objects while looking at the bottom screen pressing on moving objects.
This doesn't sound difficult until you die in 10 seconds and your back at the menu screen. I handed this game to the 6 guys that work for me today to get their opinions, they are all big game players, and each of them hated it.