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The Ambassador: Fractured Timelines is a medieval twin stick shooter game that infuses you with magical powers and a plethora of weird and wonderful weapons and robes at your disposal.
Wizards are recruited
You are a newly recruited wizard who just had more on his shoulders than he bargained for. After the capital "Tamaris" is destroyed, it's up to you to use your time-lasting powers and weapons to travel through three different areas, defeat a variety of monsters and unravel this doomsday mystery. will you succeed Only time can tell.
Attack from all corners
As with any twin-stick shooter, enemies in The Ambassador will attack close and fast from all angles, so not only will you learn to master the "time slowdown" technique, which allows you to quickly avoid danger in an emergency, but you will have to also choose your favorite loadout carefully. Your primary weapon, secondary weapon, and clothing determine whether you have more mobility and can duck and dive between oncoming attacks and projectiles. They also determine whether you enjoy more protection and damage output to get the job done faster. That comes at the cost of a hit or two along the way.
With a few exceptions, most weapons have different advantages and disadvantages, so you'll find yourself going back to old favorites rather than "upgrading" and never looking back. This RPG element adds great puzzle dynamics as you can look at each stage and analyze the best course of action. Especially if you're aiming for damage-free runs or faster times.
The in-game controls are smooth and responsive, which is crucial in a game like this, and the presentation is pleasing - the crisp pixel-art graphics do a great job of not distracting from the hectic on-screen gameplay and excellent soundtrack.
A dangerous area
Those yearning for an even more dangerous adventure will be happy to know that there's a ton of post-game content to dive into and a bunch of hard-hitting challenges. There's an achievement system that rewards you with medals for defeating certain bosses or performing feats with certain weapons, as well as timers for each level that will test your wits by forcing you to dash into oncoming enemy fire. There's even a challenge where you have to make sure you destroy every crate and barrel in a level.
The horde mode
Finally, there's an endless horde mode called "Bloodhenge" in which you earn points to buy upgraded weapons and open doors in a sort of Call of Duty Zombies-esque manner. The replay value alone in this mode is great.
Conclusion on Ambassador
All in all, the clunky name aside, The Ambassador: Fractured Timelines is another satisfying and highly polished Switch title to be released this year from publisher Quantum Astrophysicists Guild. Fans of the twin stick shooter should find something refreshing and different in this one, and those interested in the medieval, time-consuming premise should check it out. With brilliant sprite art and an immersive soundtrack, The Ambassador: Fractured Timelines is a beautiful medieval action game. The gameplay is satisfying, the variety of weapons and armor adds strategy to the frantic gameplay, and the built-in achievements and additional challenges provide plenty of replay value.
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