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Jun 19, 2007 | 6:05 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place June 20, 2007

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In this latest addition to the Millie Megavolte series, Millie has been captured by the demon lord Ulzar! It's up to her friend, Killer Kilzek, to save her now. Features all sorts of new stuff like new moves, upgrades, and even checkpoints. Thanks to Mo for the sponsorship!

Update: You can now find all things Millie Megavolte at her new website, milliemegavolte.com.

Reviews


ChaosWarfareChaosWarfare

Rated 4 / 5 stars

quite good

the only thing disencouraging me from further play is the fact you start at the beginning with all enemys dead you have killed. im not in the mood to run through the levels to continue.
make autosavepoints
then u`ll get the deserved ten


Myroid responds:

Actually, the graves act as spawn points when you die if you destroy them.


YopaYopa

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice Job Man, Very Enjoyable

I've seen alot of good games but this one is especially good



CapnCrunchDaPimpCapnCrunchDaPimp

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Awesome.

I really like the style of the dude you're controlling, and especially the music makes the game pretty epic. The backflip thing and the automatic health generation was cool, although I didn't like how the attack worked. Great job overall.


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ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad

Some of the controls were hard to learn, but it was still nice. The character designs were very original, and it was much like a standard action game (which I like of course).



VelvetDarkRocksVelvetDarkRocks

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting game.

Amusing and quirky cutscenes. I laughed a few times throughout.

I didn't actually play for very long but from what I did play, I can tell you that the rage moves were confusing. A move list would have been helpful, but overall the rage system seems to work pretty well. If it didn't depreciate over time, the game probably would have had a lot more in terms of doing awesome moves/acrobatics for the hell of it. Overall though, the attacking system is a little weak, and very slow. There's not really a lot you can do unless you're enraged.

Great storyline, that added a fair bit in terms of completeness.

Music was a little slow paced. Voice however was incredible- "Not enough rage" and other such lines were perfect, and frankly, awesome.

Overall, the game has potential. A little bothersome with the huge stages to explore to find your path, enemies scattered here and there. I guess the stages lack direction, but all in all, not too shabby. Nice work.

~VelvetDarkRocks~


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