Assessment: Starlink: Battle for Atlas

Assessment: Starlink: Battle for Atlas

I’d like to start out this assessment off with a story of Goofus and Gallant and hope to God the Highlights individuals don’t sue me for doing so. Someday, Goofus and Gallant determine to purchase the brand new toys-to-life sport Starlink: Battle for Atlas. Goofus walks into his native GameStop and buys the PlayStation four Starter Pack and nothing else. Gallant makes use of his Change to log into the eShop the place he purchases the Digital Version of the sport for $15 lower than what Goofus paid.

Later that day, each boys are having fun with Starlink once they encounter a very powerful Prime on the desert planet of Kirite. Gallant has his Arwing destroyed, and rapidly switches over to one in all his 4 different ships and retains preventing. Goofus loses his Zenith within the battle, and since he has no different ships to play with, has to pay a high quality to respawn again on the final checkpoint he handed. After they come throughout a spire that must be opened with yellow weapons, Gallant equips his Levitator gun and solves the puzzle with ease. Goofus spends the following 20 minutes scouring for canisters he can throw on the spire to do the identical factor, earlier than giving up and blasting off into area to battle a Dreadnought solely to die and should pay a high quality to respawn all the best way again on the final checkpoint he handed.

In case you plan on selecting up Starlink: Battle for Atlas, don’t be a Goofus. Be a Gallant.

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