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  1. Developer: Level-5 Inc. Publisher: Level-5 Inc. Platform: 3DS (eShop) Release Date: May 16, 2013 ESRB: T for Teen A download code was supplied by the publisher for this review. The Starship Damrey was my first Guild series game. Although I love Level-5 and was somewhat interested in Liberation Maiden, I never got around to purchasing and playing any of the Guild01 titles. However, upon the announcement of The Starship Damrey last month, it caught my eye instantly. A retro-styled adventure/horror game with no tutorials or explanations? Sounds like my kind of game – and I had to have it. Though I did end up enjoying my experience with The Starship Damrey, were expectations set too high? The story is quite simple. You wake up in a cold sleep capsule aboard the Starship Damrey with no memory of anything – who you are or what“s going on in the ship. The capsule is locked, and the only way to get out is to have someone open it from the outside. So, you take control of a robot dubbed AR-7 – the only robot on board that is still controllable. As AR-7, you roam throughout the ship as you slowly make your way towards the locked capsule with “you†inside. As mentioned previously, the game offers no explanation whatsoever about how anything works or what you“re supposed to do. It“s definitely a nice change of pace when compared to how much games hold our hand nowadays, even if I did have a bit of trouble in the very beginning. Things end up becoming quite easy and not very challenging, however. For example, you“re only able to carry one item at a time and you“re unable to drop it, which leaves very little room for error. And puzzles are usually as simple as taking an item from point A to point B. The ship is also pretty small and there“s not much open-ended exploration. The visuals aren“t anything spectacular, either; not the best that the 3DS has to offer, but not the worst. Just one word of advice: Get used to endless gray hallways. As a horror game, The Starship Damrey is a neat little title in the genre, especially considering handhelds don“t get a lot of horror love. It“s not scary, per se – this isn“t Dead Space, but it“s definitely creepy at times with how pitch-black and empty it is inside the ship and not knowing what you might stumble upon next. However… as is the case with the puzzles, the “scare factor†soon becomes stale. With all the backtracking and whatnot, you“ll simply start becoming bored rather than creeped out. I can“t say much in regards to the story without spoiling it. The Starship Damrey is very short, however. You“ll definitely get it started and done with in one playthrough (which you should do anyway, as to get the full effect). Is the $8 price tag worth it then? For how short The Starship Damrey is and with little to no replay value, I“d say wait for it to be discounted. It“s a decent title, so it deserves a chance. Just don“t expect the next best horror game. Pros: + Well-written story, even if it may end too quickly + Decent horror game for the 3DS Cons: - Too expensive for what it has to offer - Puzzles and exploration end up becoming tedious Overall Score: 5.5 (out of 10) Average The Starship Damrey may not be what you think it is. While the story is swell, the exploration, puzzles, and price-point aren“t so.
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  5. Jason Clement

    Nintendo Download: Featured Games 5/16/13

    This week's Nintendo eShop update sees a plethora of games coming to the platform, with many being oldies but goodies. Perhaps the biggest is the release of The Starship Damrey (for 3DS eShop), a horror game in set in space, and one of the Guild 02 releases from Level-5 that Nintendo announced in a previous Nintendo Direct. In addition, the full version of Resident Evil: Revelations hits the Wii U eShop next Tuesday as does a late release for LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, and a slew of new Virtual Console titles are available for Wii U, Wii, and 3DS. For Wii U, Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts and Super Metroid are now available for purchase, with the latter being only $0.30 thanks to the 30 for 30 promotion Nintendo is still running. Also, the King of Fighters '99 makes its way to the Wii Shop Channel; it almost seems as if D4Enterprise is the only publisher keeping the Wii Virtual Console alive with new releases nowadays. 3DS eShop notables include a few new VC releases such as Harvest Moon (GBC) and a surprise appearance of Mega Man 5, which many didn't expect to see so soon. Check out the full list of games below: Wii U eShop Resident Evil Revelations (coming 5/21) LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (coming 5/21) Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts (VC) Super Metroid (VC) - $0.30!! 3DS eShop The Starship Damrey Harvest Moon (VC) Mega Man 5 Bowling Bonanza 3D Dress to Play: Magic Bubbles! DSiware California Super Sports Wii Virtual Console The King of Fighters '99 Sales Super Mario Bros. 2 (Wii U VC) - Buy Super Mario World, get 50% off SMB2 Bit.Trip Presents...Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien - 25% off until May 30
  6. Last year, Level-5 brought some of Guild01's games to the North American 3DS eShop. Liberation Maiden, developed by Grasshopper Manufacture, was one of those made available for purchase here (and is now also available for iOS users!). Now it looks like we might be getting some of Guild02's games as well. Siliconera has found some trademarks filed by Level-5 indicating possible release for Bugs vs. Tanks! and The Starship Damrey in the United States. Bugs vs. Tanks! is most likely Keiji Inafune's Insect Tank, which is pretty self-explanatory. The Starship Damrey, on the other hand, is a horror adventure. Monsters Come Out on Friday has not had a trademark filed for it here, but who knows! Aero Porter from Guild01 still came to the eShop here and never had a trademark filed for it. Would you be willing to play any of these Guild02 games?