Neon Shadow Review: Neon Colored FPS With Very Good Weapons (Video)
It’s been a while since a FPS has been a headliner for a bunch of end of the year game lists, but Neon Shadow really stands out from the crowd this year. Priced at a mere dollar now, the shooter features neon colored graphics and a cyberpunk atmosphere.
We tested the game on an Allview Viva i8 tablet, a dual core Intel 2 GHz slate. What I liked the most about the game were the cool weapons, that have a certain Unreal Tournament vibe to them. This is an old school FPS, that feels like Doom and a bit like System Shock. We’ve got multiplayer deathmatches available and a pretty strong AI, that includes turrets, drones and all sorts of robots.
The controls are not so precise, I have to say, so you have to do a bit of customization. There’s an original split screen local multiplayer mode here , that I demoed in the video review. The graphics look very hot and the background music is electronic and luckily not bland. I like that there are no in app purchases and that the game can be played in small bites, like 5 or 7 minutes, since that’s how long the levels last.
We give this game a 9 out of 10 and you can download the game from here.