Nuclear Blaze Review :
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Today we are going to look at Nuclear Blaze, Nuclear Blaze is an action platformer with firefighting elements. You’re going to take control of our favorite Red Pixelated crew mate here and you’re going to fight the fires throughout the building lurking in the building, though, there is a cute little lore that is happening on the side involving SCP monsters, you are going to be exploring this building and discovering more about them as you are traversing.
Nuclear Blaze Review: However, the main gameplay loop is just going to be your general platforming, which since this was developed by the guy who made dead cells, it shouldn’t surprise you that the platforming feels really responsive and just as good as you would imagine, your movement is going to be pretty limited. You do have your basic four-directional movement, you have a jump, you will get a Dodge roll and that’s about it.
As for, I guess, quote, unquote combat, you’re going to be using your water hose to be clearing out the fires throughout the building and most of the levels are going to be presented to you in a more puzzle-like fashion, as you’re going to need to manage your water resource throughout every single level. If you are playing on the game’s baseline difficulty, however, you’re going to find out that it’s going to be pretty hard to run out of water most of the time, as the game provides you with plenty of spots to get your water back.
The main issue you’re probably going to run into in terms of difficulty is just not knowing how to get through the levels fast enough or just making one simple misstep and dying to the fire. As every single fire in this game is a one-hit here. Unless you have armor, if you are finding it to be a little too difficult, then you can turn down the difficulty in the main menu.
Nuclear Blaze Review: You make it so there’s more arm responding, more water. You can enable cheat codes such as having infinite water, or if you’re one that’s up for more of a challenge, you could actually, turn up the difficulty by messing with some of the settings as well, such as making it so that the fire spreads even faster. So that way you would have to complete the level in a much more tight-knit way. Otherwise, the fires will engulf you and you’re going to be burned down to ash.
The game’s baseline difficulty isn’t all that bad, and even if you’re like me, who is a complete idiot. You can definitely still, you can definitely still solve the game’s levels with relative ease. It’s just going to take you a few tries to just figure out the layout of the level as there is no map and some of the levels can be quite long, so that’s where the main replay value comes from.
Just you banging your head against a wall trying to figure out the layout, the levels until you finally realize a pattern and you’re able to make it through throughout these levels. Though, there are some secrets hidden within which I don’t want to spoil here. Just know I do recommend exploring the levels as you do get a cute little reward.
Nuclear Blaze Review: Overall, though, I do think Nuclear Blaze is quite a good game for only being a 99, it is definitely worth its price, but it is not anything that is going to blow your mind. It’s only about a two-and-a-half-hour game. 3 hours tops if you’re trying to 100% it. This game is available on Steam. That’s all guys and If you play this game please comment your thoughts about this game.