Hungry Shark World
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Developer: Future Games Of London
Content Rating: Teen
Experience life as a shark and eat everything that gets in your way in this action-packed aquatic adventure. Control more than 20 sharks in full HD and take on fearsome bosses as you venture into the depths to find trapped sharks, hidden treasures, and more. Sink your teeth into the award-winning Hungry Shark series, now on console in full HD with optimized gamepad controls. Spread terror in the ocean by controlling over 20 different sharks. Take on challenging boss battles, from gruesome goblin sharks to prehistoric monsters and giant submarines. Explore the ocean depths, unlocking treasures and missions across four unique locations. Unleash your inner shark in this jawsome arcade adventure! Take on fearsome bosses as you venture into the depths to find trapped sharks, hidden treasures, and more.
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Ubisoft's Hungry Shark World doesn't deliver enough for players to sink their teeth into after the initial novelty starts wearing thin. Its mini-objectives and score-based gameplay may be perfect for short bursts on the go but there's just far too much repetition here to keep players hooked for the long-term.
Within it’s ocean depths, there’s plenty of fun to be found in coming back to Hungry Shark World every once in a while. The game’s point system makes it competitive enough for players who want to beat their personal best score, but the game really puts emphasis on running the same stages with different sharks which can start to grind. So while the game itself is pretty fun, Hungry Shark is one of those games best played in short bursts.
Mais il montre vite les limites d'un système de progression qui force à subir une certaine redondance qui, tristement, ne saurait être tolérée par le plus grand nombre du fait d'une qualité de production faiblarde et qui rappelle sans cesse qu'on pratique là un titre mobile de 2016 aux allures de jeu de lancement PS2 aux loadings décourageants.