This is what you'd get if you combined Amazing World with Team Fortress 2. It's an odd mix, and a fresh feeling to play something so different. I expected it to be a silly, 30 minute game that I'd regret installing... Instead, I played until my hands hurt. That doesn't happen often.
Three classes might seem small to those of you who have played TF2, but don't dismiss this game because of the low character selection. You've gotta give it a shot first! You'd be surprised how much fun it is to play as either a squirrel, a bunny, or a big, fat bear with a gigantic machine gun. It resembles TF2 in a lot of ways, sure, but not enough to feel the EXACT same. It has its own definite combat touch to it, and yet, it's still under-developed thus far.
Yes, dearest review readers. At this time, it's buggy. The loadout boxes and key thing is weird, and almost seems rushed. The CPU plant enemies don't exactly play nice, nor do they act as they should, (I doubt they're supposed to move that fast,) and finally, the lag is ridiculous! But, all in all, excellent gaming experience in my opinion!
It's got potential; a lot more potential than certain games lurking around Steam, and for what it's worth, I can already tell that this is gonna be one addicting game later on down the road. How could it not? You get beaten to death by bunnies, shoot at roadents, capture flags, and go wild!
... We'll see if it keeps up with its impressive first impression.