But if you’re not familiar with the story, I’ll give you the shortest summary I possibly can. Journey to the West recounts a monk’s pilgrimage to obtain sacred Buddhist texts and achieve enlightenment along the way. Encountering many evils on his path and picking up a motley crew to join him on his quest, Journey to the West‘s legendary tale of Tang Sanzang and his disciples has withstood the test of time for good reason.
ourney to the West, one of the Four Great Novels of Chinese literature, has had many interpretations in the 400+ years of its existence. With more television, film, comic books, manga, and video game adaptations than I can even count, a new game based on this classic tale hardly seems novel. Heck, even Dragon Ball bears the markers of Journey to the West’s influence!
Suggestion For You:
With such venerated source material and such an inundated catalog of competitors to be measured against, it seems like a daunting task to try and elbow one’s way into this crowded space. And yet, the good folks over at Magic Design Studios (with Perfect Game Speed for the mobile port) have proven themselves up to the task with Unruly Heroes, a platforming romp that’s packed to the gills with action, hijinks, and humor. This one is definitely going on the list of Best Mobile Games!
The gameplay isn’t perfect, though, and sometimes things can feel a little too loose and floaty when you don’t want them to. I didn’t have too much trouble with this after a while, but early on, I found myself overshooting jumps and occasionally struggling to reposition myself, especially during fights against multiple enemies. These weren’t common occurrences, and those using controllers may not encounter similar issues at all. Interspersed with the platforming segments are enemies and the occasional boss fight. Combat in Unruly Heroes is straightforward button-mashing where you dodge, jump, and combo your way to victory using a fist-shaped attack button. What it lacks in complexity, Unruly Heroes makes up for with just plain old fun.
Unlike other games I can think of, like Forgotton Anne, which tried to do a bit too much with the controls and created a frustrating experience in the process, the control scheme in Unruly Heroes actually feels great. The few troubles I have had were clearly all Me Problems, as I definitely would have hit the dodge button at the right time if I had actually been paying attention to the falling hazards above me.
The News Highlights
- In Unruly Heroes , a master and his disciples must restore order to the universe
- Check the latest update on Gaming news
For Latest News Follow us on Google News
- Show all
- Trending News
- Popular By week