You might think that Crypt Of The NecroDancer is being cute by combining a dance floor with a dungeon. That it’s one of those mash-ups that people seem to like nowadays. That they’re taking one thing and another thing and making a rhythm-action roguelike with it. You’re so wrong it hurts. Turning a dance floor into a dungeon, making the player move through the throng to the beat of the music as they fight for their life, pretty much describes 99% of clubs I’ve found myself in. All that’s different are the clothes and the fact that the weapons aren’t hidden. Why yes, I did grow up in Glasgow. Why do you ask?
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Posts Tagged ‘Brace Yourself Games’
By Craig Pearson on September 4th, 2013.
By Nathan Grayson on June 20th, 2013.
Back in my day, combining chocolate and peanut butter was the height of invention. Anything beyond that, incidentally, was viewed as witchcraft punishable to the fullest extent of the law – which at that point basically meant having your limbs tied to very determined geese as they yanked you in various directions until it hurt a little. Now, though, we live in a lawless “progressive” society where all sorts of mad alchemical science isn’t just allowed; it’s encouraged! Case in point: Crypt of the NecroDancer combines Dance Dance Revolution and roguelikes. Madness! Heresy! The end of civilization as we know it! Also, pretty cool looking.