I always wanted to create a reviewbox when I was younger. I remember my friends and I would hide behind trees, look up at the sky, and write down things we were thinking about. But I never had an actual box.
It started as a hobby, in fact. A friend of mine, who I had no contact with before then, wrote a blog about how he had an idea for a reviewbox, and then proceeded to create it. I didn’t bother to check it out, but I can easily see why, even though I haven’t kept up with it.
Its a little bit tricky to create a reviewbox. I have no clue where to start, so I tried to figure it out as I went. Its not really a box, since there is no actual written review inside it. Its more of an opinion box. I suppose I could put some opinions inside it, but then I would have to figure out how to separate the opinions. I guess I could place it on a wall, but then I would have to figure out where to put it.
I also see why you may not be able to create a reviewbox. You can’t put in a whole review, just an opinion that is placed in a box. You can’t put in a review because you can’t put in an opinion.
The problem with writing reviews is that it can be a hassle. It can be tricky to write reviews without writing down what the reviewer thinks about the game. I know I had trouble with that too when I wrote a review for a game called “Jawbreaker: A Brutal Game of Dazzle and Daze”. I wrote down my thoughts on the game, but the game itself was so difficult to review, I couldn’t give a review at all.
In my opinion, though, Reviewbox is more of a “game of the week” than a review. This is due to the fact that you play the game only once, then you move on to the next one. You can’t really tell what I thought about it after I played it once, since if I played it again I would probably play it differently. I guess the game does have flaws, but they are few and far between.
A game like Reviewbox does not need to be reviewed. Even if you play it for 10 hours or so, you can quickly see what you like and what you dont. I will say that the game is pretty fun, but I think it could be better. Most people who play Daze get bored quickly, but I think theres something to be said for trying something new.
That may be so, but Reviewbox is the first game I’ve heard of that has a story and some characters already in it. Since it is all about the mechanics of the game, I would have to say that I enjoyed it a lot more than I expected.
Reviewbox is definitely a game that has potential, but I think the biggest problem is the way it handles combat. Combat is not just about shooting your way through the level, it’s about taking out a lot of enemies. I found it a little frustrating that the game would randomly break my progression and force me to reset. It didn’t help that you could go through the entire game, but your progress would be slow.
I found myself repeatedly resetting, so I could go through the entire game. It was a bit annoying that this was the only way to progress, but it did have the occasional use of a cheat (or two).