[Nintendo Switch] Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator Review
Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator from Strange Scaffold places you in the role of a Trader who must do the dirty work to provide clients with what they desire. Check our Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator review!
Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator from Strange Scaffold places you in the role of a Trader who must do the dirty work to provide clients with what they desire. As the name suggests, the premise for the game is simple: clients want meaty supplies, so you’re going to be working on buying organs and selling organs as needed. Requests must be taken and fulfilled if you want to keep the cycle going since you’ll need their money to expand your business. Everyone has organs. Everyone wants organs. Everyone needs organs. Everyone needs you.
After selecting your character – from a wide variety that includes a dog, a warlock, an astronaut, an amphibian-like creature, gelatin-cube-for-a-head, giant eyeball, ice cream face, deep-sea nightmare, cyborg, giant duck, hip space pig, giant fly, or smoke-for-a-head – you get started with your climb towards securing a slice of the organ trading empire. Things will be simple when you begin since the game will allow you to learn the basics before unleashing opposing Traders who are also going to try to buy the best organs before you even get a chance to react.
The controls are very simple since you’ll be moving through the screen with the left analog stick or the D-Pad as you move between the available options, confirming your actions with the A button – which is also used for progressing through the game’s dialogue. The L button will be used to move left on the tabs on the screen, with the R button used to move to the right. The game has a green and pink display for you to work on, with renders of organs that have a very Geocities render in a MS-DOS game feel to them.
While money will be used to buy the very organs that you need to sell to clients, you will also need to set some aside so that you can upgrade your cargo hold as needed. The more you spend, the bigger the capacity you’ll have, which will, in turn, allow you to do business at a faster pace with larger bulk transactions. Once you’re ready to begin, hit the trade button so that the market opens and you can check out the organs up for purchase, decide which one is the best bet, and then flip them around as requests pour in.
You will have a short window of opportunity to either blindly buy the organs you need or to take the time to check out each one by pressing the A button to see a render of it alongside some valuable information. Said information includes the type of organ you’re looking at, its size, condition, blood type, rarity, and a short description that will let you know if an organ has anything special you should be aware of. Sure, you’ll run into hearts, livers, brains, and stomachs, but you’re also going to end up finding some very peculiar organs that will catch your eye. Is anyone in need of a toothy leechlymph?
Along with the tab that shows the cargo hold where you can review the organs you’re currently dealing with, pressing the L and R buttons will move you to the personal and fulfill tabs. The first one will give you a general idea of your progress in the Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator universe based on your current credits – a.k.a money – reputation points, reputation progress, organs touched, intestines owned (in meters), playtime (in average of breaths taken), request fulfilled, requests abandoned, and organ shares owned. You can also review any notable traits you have. The fulfill tab is where you can check out the transmissions that will come your way with the many requests that you need to take on in order to do business. After you’ve received one, you’ll be able to review the archived transmission with the client’s name, the subject for the message, and the message data.
Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator is a bizarre experience on Nintendo’s console. Sure, the main premise is simple – buy low, sell high, complete as many transactions as possible during each day – but the fact that you’re an interstellar space Trader who is trading in organs to fulfill the needs and desires of a rather varied group of clients is… well, it’s a handful. You’ll get the hang of things by making some mistakes along the way and will eventually start to work your way down different story paths that will lead to a variety of endings – some weirder than others. Oh, and once you’ve installed BribeMate, you might want to pay some traders to stop trading for a day so that you can take care of the trickier requests. Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator is out on Nintendo Switch with a $19.99 asking price.
This Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Strange Scaffold.