Kaizoku ChaosStar wrote:I would say that this falls into the category of love it or hate it.
If you get the controls down and your reactions set for fast graffiti spraying you will like it. If you can't stand the controls or have bad reaction you don't wanna play the game again and you'll miss out on the representation and other qualities trying to do some sprayin' and grindin'.
I have a friend who tried it, sucked at it and immidiately slapped the "don't like" label on there. 'Nuff said.
without wishing to sound harsh here, if you haven't got the reflexes to play JSR you shouldn't really consider playing any modern games, (just in my opinion) I say this because I never found this game abnormally challenging, far from it the controls are actually a breeze, at least that's what I thought. I think your the first person I've ever heard to say that actually. The only part I would say you have to practice with a little is the patterns you pull to make the grafittis, but they are the same 3 patterns for each individual character, you just have to learn how much time you need to pull off the 3 different sizes, ie: small, medium or large.
I actually find games like KOTR far harder than such a simple, pick up and play game as JSR, theres far less to remember in JSR than most other games
This game for me is probably joint 3rd in my all time dc list, behind Shenmue 2 and Ikaruga. But this list changes every day lol