OkunoKA Madness Review

OkunoKA Madness tests your patience and skill with it’s hardcore platforming levels. As you navigate the story, you will run and jump, dive and duck, and use your abilities through 100 levels and 5 boss stages. Will this drive you to joy … or madness? 

In the vein of Super Meat Boy, OKunoKA Madness’ gameplay relies on precision platforming mixed with speed as you race through to get the best ranks. Included is a time trial mode, an extra madness world, and leaderboards. 

Conclusion

OkunoKA Madness is not for the casual platforming gamer. A certain level of skill is needed to remotely get close to beating this game. Once through the levels, the game relies on ranks and time trials for replay-ability so I hope you enjoy what is given. OkunoKA Madness is guaranteed to drive you mad at least a few times as you will die a lot. Overall the game is a relatively short experience, skill depending, and could have tighter controls for the genre that it is.  

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This game was tested and reviewed on Xbox. All of the opinions and insights here are subject to that version. Game provided by the publisher.
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Good
  • Fluid gameplay (i.e. loading into and reloading upon death)
  • Collectibles are meaningful
  • Artwork is beautiful
Bad
  • Brutally difficult to S rank
  • Too floaty for the precise platforming
5.8
Average
Gameplay - 6
Graphics - 6
Audio - 7
Longevity - 4
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From my early days of gaming with Vectrex and eventually NES, I can't remember a time where gaming wasn't present in my life. I have been maining Xbox since the release in 2001 and enjoy genres of all kinds. You can mostly find me achievement hunting these days. Gamertag: rawkerdude5012

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