The Wonderful 101 offers the unprecedented ability to control 100 heroes at once, with the flowing controls and dynamic action that are the PlatinumGames hallmark. It's all brought together by a pulse pounding tale of heroic bravery and friendship standing tall against evil.
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In The Wonderful 101, you play as a team of superheroes who must protect the planet from an alien invasion. The game is full of emotional moments, as you see the team work together to save the day. You also see the team's emotional reactions to the events that unfold.
The game also has a strong political message. The team is made up of heroes from all over the world, and they must work together to save the planet. This is a clear message about the importance of cooperation and internationalism.
The Wonderful 101 is a game that is full of emotion and political messages. It is a game that everyone should play.
I think I can guess why they call it "The Wonderful 101"—it's because you're guaranteed to fall asleep at least 101 times while playing this game. Talk about a snooze fest! For a second, maybe 12 hours in, I thought I had gotten to the "good" part of this game. Turns out I had just nodded off and was dreaming about playing a better game. If I was at the ESRB, I wouldnt rate it T for teen, I'd rate it "Z", for "Zzz zzz I'm falling asleep this game is so boring."
I'd reccomend Viewtiful Joe to anyone who is having some trouble sleeping, especially if something like Ambien isn't working. If the pitch drop experiment stream is a little too stimulating for you, this game will help you take the express train to snooze town. Sometimes kids try to pull "all-nighters," where you stay up all night to play a fun video game or study for a test. This game is an "all-dayer" where if you play it you'll be so bored you accidentally sleep all day. 3/9, the soundtrack was ok.
It's undeniable, it can get tough mastering the controls in TW101, but if you just marginally do, this becomes one of the wildest rides within action games. The only really awful thing is that, if you play on TV-mode, you forcefully have to use the Gamepad to pass a few obstacles.
The cast is charming and funny without getting too annoying, I feel.