Ok, this is a quickie reveiw. Don't look to it like it's a buyers guide, because it isn't. I'm gonna tell you the thing you should have to make your experience optimal
according to what i have experienced with it.
Alright, let's begin:
For this game I reccomend you have the following:
1. A basic-intermediate understanding of low gravity physics.
2.A headset with 7.1 surround sound support.
3.A good sense of patience.
Now I will explain my reasoning for the above points:
A.) This game has a very developed interpretation of low gravity and hover-based physics principles. The experience becomes a whole lot more frustrating if you are able to predict where objects are going to go based on your actions.
B.) The sounds in this game are extremly ambient and echo-esque, coupled with the music that is very slow and booming creates a great experience when listened to in surround sound. I can't back this up with actual proof, just trust me on this one.
C.)This game is incredibly slow pased and inuitive, compounded by the trial-and-error based level design demands alot of patience and retrys from the player before handing the player an award. This is the clincher for some people, because even if you have the other 2 things on this list, your personal level of patience will make-or-break determine whether or not you enjoy this game. If you are the kind of person who gets frustrated easily and is looking for a short, easy experience, DO NOT BUY THIS GAME
As a concluding point, i would like to point out that this game has local co-op, meaning you can bring a friend along to make the game more fun. Bear in mind, for anyone who doesn't know, local co-op means that you only need to have one
copy of the game to play with a friend.
This concludes my experience optimization/guide thingy. I hope you found it usefull :P