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Krut The Mythic Wings Switch NSP Free Download Unfitgirl Thailand, its people, and its culture will always have a special place in my heart having spent some time backpacking around the breathtakingly beautiful country some years ago. Krut: The Mythic Wings, an action platformer developed by Thai studio Pixel Perfex, immediately spoke to me with its Thai setting and focus on Thai mythology. Unfortunately, despite its intriguing setting and premise, Krut: The Mythic Wings never quite overcomes its tedious gameplay loops and basic combat that never truly gets out of first gear. Krut largely follows the story of a 2018 animated Thai movie, which I personally had not heard of going into this review. Players take control of Vera, a warrior from the city of Krut, and a member of the Garuda race whose homeland of Ayothaya has been invaded and is now controlled by Zulla. Zulla is a powerful overlord with an entire army at his back, and in order to overthrow Zulla and claim back his homeland, Vera must embark on a journey across the island of Himmaphan in order to seek out various elemental spirits that will give Vera the strength needed to win this battle. Whilst it’s no doubt a familiar set-up, Krut is elevated by its fresh setting and reliance on Thai mythology. I struggle to think of many games released in the West that have tapped into source material such as that which Krut delves into. And for the first while at least, Krut feels like a really fresh take on the action-platformer genre. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
Unfortunately, however, the setting and narrative setup is really the only element of Krut that is easy to heap any proper amount of praise on, and even it isn’t strong enough to ultimately save the 5-7 hours that follows. In terms of gameplay, Krut’s set-up is very simple. In his quest to obtain the elemental powers, Vera must traverse six deadly levels, each complete with a mini-boss at the midway point, followed by a final confrontation with the big bad harboring the sought-after power within each level. Every level sees you hacking down foes and engaging with a bit of platforming, with both the combat and traversal challenges you face increasing in complexity and difficulty as the levels progress. It’s a simple gameplay loop, that, unfortunately, wears thin quite quickly due to how frustrating Krut is to play at times. Taking the combat firstly, whilst it initially feels serviceable, the cracks begin to show once you’ve spent a while with it and realize that it will never evolve beyond the simple light and heavy attacks, and the special move that you are granted access to in the tutorial. This lack of variety in the move set really begins to frustrate as you move onto harder stages, where enemy variety and their move sets increase in complexity in a way that Vera’s own abilities never truly scale with. Diving airborne enemies, projectile spewing plants
A Saving Grace?
That’s not to say there is no progression whatsoever; there is an upgrade tree, but how it’s implemented just adds to the tedium Krut descends into. See, as you slay monsters, you’ll gradually accumulate a currency that can be spent at the start of a level and again at the mid-way checkpoint as well as at the final checkpoint before a boss encounter. The problem with this? The same currency that you use to purchase the upgrades is also used to unlock the checkpoints at which you purchase those additional buffs. What this leads to is an awkward balance where it’s quite often possible to reach a checkpoint and have little in the way of currency left for upgrades. And, adding further to the tedium, is the fact that if you die three times in a level, you’re right back to the start, losing your checkpoints, meaning you have to purchase them all over again. It’s a perfect storm of systems that I’m truly sad to say makes Krut a largely unpleasant gameplay experience. Combat is so limited and the enemies so spongey, that you’re left with no choice but to grind the same level over and over to get enough currency to purchase even the cheapest of upgrades to things like health and damage. This loop then needs to be completed repeatedly within each level until you ultimately become strong enough to beat the boss at the end. It took me 90 minutes of constant grinding in the first level before Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze Switch NSP
I had upgraded Vera to the point where he could even scratch the end boss. Even though I’m someone who is not averse to grinding in games, when you’re dealing with combat that’s as one-dimensional as Krut’s, the constant grinding feels like overkill. When you aren’t engaging with enemies in Krut, chances are you’ll be platforming. Much like the combat, it feels serviceable in the opening level with the obstacles in your way proving easy to traverse. Progress further, however, and you’ll find yourself asked to land inch-perfect jumps that Vera as a playable character simply lacks the precision or level of control to make reliably. Countless times I’d plummet to the watery depths or acid pools Vera frequently faced, largely due to the stiff and awkward movement. Again, I don’t mind a challenge, but when you have issues like these baked into a gameplay loop that revolves around frustrating amounts of repetition, the platforming simply becomes another element of Krut that makes it difficult to recommend. Presentation-wise, Krut fares much better. Levels are nicely varied, with the action being set against varied backdrops. Vera’s adventure takes him across numerous biomes, from lush jungles, idyllic beaches, and temple ruins to stormy seas. Enemies also look decent, with a nice variety of foes to take down that lean heavily into the Thai mythology that props up Krut’s narrative.
The Frustrations Continue
This is especially true for the boss battles, with these encounters sporting some truly impressive enemy designs along with varied mechanics that often span huge portions of the screen. These boss fights are easily the highlight of Krut, and it was in these moments that it almost became possible to forgive Krut for its other missteps. The audio also does a decent job. Sound effects during combat are crisp and punchy, helping to convey a sense of weight, whilst the soundtrack succeeds at increasing in intensity at just the right times. There is one criticism I could level towards the soundtrack in that it doesn’t seem to fit thematically with the world of Krut and can, at times, come off like generic action game music that could effortlessly slip into any number of titles. It’s not a dealbreaker, but when the developers clearly have so much love for the source material, it’s a shame to see that the soundtrack doesn’t quite fit. Krut begins with the avian race Garuda, or Krut, fighting off an invasion from the race of ogres known as Raksod. The Raksod are victorious, taking over the Krut land and scattering their warriors. One of these warriors named Veera wakes up in an unfamiliar land, grievously wounded from the encounter. An elder Krut had nursed him back to health and gifted him with the ancient mythic wings. Unfortunately, the wings’ great power was lost over the time and the Veera needs to fight his way through the island to meet the leaders of other societies to unlock the full power of the wings and reclaim the Krut land from the Raksod. DOOM Eternal Switch NSP
Krut is a 2D action platformer inspired by soulslike games. This means that even on the easiest of the three difficulty settings running in and trying to button mash the way to victory is an ill advised way to approach things. Many of the threats encountered on the island will make short work of Veera, whether it be armed warriors, fire-spewing plants or worst of all, giant crabs. Taking a more patient approach to learn their behavior patterns and making judicious use of the dodge button can make things a lot easier. The checkpoint system isn’t the most forgiving one, but if the player is paying attention, subsequent tries are much easier than the first even on higher difficulty levels. Each level has three different checkpoints where Veera will spawn if he’s slain. The first is at the beginning of the level, the second is right before the miniboss and the third is before the end level boss. The first checkpoint is free, but the other two cost green energy to unlock. Choosing to unlock the checkpoints depends on how brave the player is feeling, but unlocking them also gives the opportunity to become more powerful by purchasing greater attack power, increase maximum health or extra lives, among other power ups.
Downhill From There
The appearance and environment of each level is varied, whether it be a beach, desert, shipwrecks or city, but the progression is the same. Each level has a midway boss halfway through and an end-of-the-level boss, which has dialogue that results in Veera having to battle them in order to get what he needs, though the circumstances behind each fight vary. The gameplay of Krut is a retro-style 2D action platformer. Veera dual wields swords and because of his wings is skilled at jumping. When he powers up his blue spirit meter, Veera can temporarily gain the power of flight and shoot projectiles at his enemies. This boost to power is short lived, but can used to gain an advantage against whittling down the powerful bosses health bar. The levels are a mix of platforming and battling various enemies. The platforming can be tricky in some cases where it’s not always immediately clear what’s a solid surface, but beyond that there’s nothing too difficult when it comes to platforming. Every enemy should be treated as a threat, but by studying their behavior dispatching of them can become easy with patience and strategy. Krut: The Mythic Wings is an enjoyable throwback to the action platformers of yore. Aside from a few tucked away treasure chests there isn’t a whole lot of reason to travel off the beaten path. DOOM II (Classic) Switch NSP
The mostly-linear progression through the six levels offers difficult combat challenges and some not-so-difficult platforming. Most of the challenge comes from the boss battles, but it doesn’t take too long to figure out the best way to dispose of them. One peculiar design choice is there isn’t a save feature. When the game over screen rears its ugly head, players can continue from that level, but once they exit the game they need to start from scratch at the next playthrough. This isn’t a huge deal given that Krut can be completed in under two hours, but it would be nice to have the feature included. The graphics of Krut aren’t going to be putting too much strain on any machine built in the last decade, but are gorgeous nonetheless. The character models and environments create a rich and vibrant world that’s a joy to view. The game does an admiral job of copying the visual style of the film that influenced it. The gameplay isn’t too complex which works for shorter games like this. Jumping, dodging and attacking are the three main things the player needs to be concerned with it’s simply of matter of timing of everything. Unfortunately the challenge is enhanced by the controls not being as tight as they should be.
Veera doesn’t always turn around or change his attacks up as quickly as the button inputs suggest he should. The load times were virtually nonexistent on PC, but lasted about 5-10 seconds on Switch whenever Veera needed to respawn or start a new level. Krut: The Mythic Wings uses an animated Thai film to create a 2D adventure. The story’s theme of having to gain the favor of other tribes through combat isn’t the most original, but its execution with the different creatures helps make the presentation more interesting. The simple gameplay of Krut suits the relatively short length of the game. Like many classic games it tries to use challenging enemies to extend the playtime, but it doesn’t take long to figure out the game mechanics and enemy patterns, making boss encounters challenging at first but still beatable on the first or second try. The enemies change their appearance throughout the levels, but don’t really change their behavior pattern, making every battle feel pretty much the same. Most of the difficulty comes from substandard control response. Krut: The Mythic Wings‘ price of entry can make it worthy for fans of this style of gameplay, but as the price tag suggests, there isn’t a ton of depth or replay value.
Add-ons (DLC):Krut: The Mythic Wings Switch NSP
OS: 64-bit Windows 10 or MacOS 10.15: Catalina (Jazz)
Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 or AMD Ryzen 3 3600
Memory: 12 GB
Graphics Card: RTX 2080S/RTX 3070 or AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT
VRAM: 8 GB
Storage: SDD (1.8 GB)
INPUT: Nintendo Switch Joy con, Keyboard and Mouse, Xbox or PlayStation controllers
ONLINE REQUIREMENTS: Internet connection required for updates or multiplayer mode.
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
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