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Pro Plays like a classic FPS game
Core gameplay mechanics are of old-school first person shooter. Players move room to room finding objects called nodes to shoot before being allowed to leave to the next room. While trying to find the node players will of course be facing off against AI controlled enemies.
Pro Local multiplayer
Neon Shadow supports local area network multiplayer support for Death-match play.
Pro Online multiplayer
Support for online multiplayer for death-match play.
Pro HID controller support
Neon Shadow has built in HID controller support for devices such as the Gamestop Red Samurai.
Pro SHIELD games support
nVidia SHIELD support built in meaning the game works with the Shield tablet and it's bluetooth controller as well as on the Shield handheld and its in built controller.
Pro Simple touch screen controls
There is no jump button, reload button or and interaction button, keeping the touch controls interface quite simple. Left side of the screen moves, right side looks around and there is a fire button. This makes the controls simple to understand and use.
Pro Varied powerful weapons
Each weapon in game gives a sense of differentiating power. There is a good selection of guns that all have different shooting abilities and power. Each one allows the player to feel as though they are well equipped for the task at hand.
Pro Tablet split screen same device multiplayer
Neon Shadow allows 2 players to play multiplayer on a single tablet device using split screen.
Pro MOGA controller support
Con Shallow gameplay
While the story and game mechanics are serviceable one has to wonder how much better the game could have been if more attention was focused on these areas during development.