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Lotus Prince Let's Play: Mischief Makers - Part 2

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In this installment, we go through the second world, and encounter our first proper boss battle: the Migens! These guys are freaking amazing!

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  • nelu_y3k
    nelu_y3k Monday, 10 December 2012

    Now that's one fun boss fight ;)

  • Lotus Prince
    Lotus Prince Monday, 10 December 2012

    And it gets even better!

  • DeathsHead419
    DeathsHead419 Monday, 10 December 2012

    Kooky to say the least.

    Though it does raise a point that the protagonist has thus far not been exactly heroic.

  • Lotus Prince
    Lotus Prince Monday, 10 December 2012

    Well, she at least saves the prof a bunch of times. :-P

  • Keveak
    Keveak Tuesday, 11 December 2012

    Marina saved the children and the Clancer village too, it just happens to knock out a lot of evil Clancers (who look like all other Clancers) and cause a lot of collateral damage. Kind of gives me flash-backs to Megas XLR, in which another justice-themed hero team thinks the main character is evil for the same reasons. :3

    Quite a fun Let's Play, particularly interesting to see the innovations with early 3D graphics. Only played a handful of Nintendo 64 games when I was teeny, so it is nice to see what else it had. ^_^

    But oh my, this game is goofy. So many clichés and 80ies animé tropes! X3

  • Lotus Prince
    Lotus Prince Tuesday, 11 December 2012

    Yeah, the Clancers we attack are the evil ones. Marina may look like a jerk for hitting the innocent ones, too, but really, I'm the one to blame at that point, and not the character I'm playing as. :)

    Thanks a lot for your support!

  • JackFrost
    JackFrost Saturday, 15 December 2012

    The fact this game has rocket-dash jumping reminds me of another game developed by Treasure.
    Don't know if you've ever played Astro Boy: Omega Factor on Game Boy Advance, but it's really a lot like this game, just with more beat-em-up elements and Osamu Tezuka characters.

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