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[PlayStation 5] Rule No. 1 Review

[PlayStation 5] Rule No. 1 Review
EdEN
  • On November 25, 2022

Rule No. 1 from eastasiasoft and Walk Without Rhythm Games is a Rated M for mature arena-style in which you must shoot at everything to survive. Check our Rule No. 1 review!

 

Rule No. 1 from eastasiasoft and Walk Without Rhythm Games is a Rated M for mature arena-style in which you must shoot at everything to survive. The foul-mouthed character you’ll control will be able to jump and dash around a small area as it shoots at anything that moves. You’ll take on wave after wave of enemies of different shapes and sizes, making the most of the hearts that will help you recover lost health and the extra weapons you can collect from red boxes as you try to survive for as long as possible.

 

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For this arcade-style arena shooter, you’ll be moving around with the left analog stick as you aim with the right one. The R2 button will be for attacking, and you can jump with the X button and dash with the Circle button. Once you grab another weapon, you will be able to switch between them with the Triangle button. While the default setting has your character automatically reloading weapons, you can always press the Square button to manually reload your current weapon as needed. The R1 button can be used to launch a special grenade to attack enemies and hazards.

 

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The game includes five different options for you to play: Competitive, Arcade, Bouncy Bois, Basketball, and God Stilettos. Competitive is a score-based experience in which you’ll have a limited weapon pool. For Arcade Mode, you’ll have a full weapon pool and must avoid enemies while relying on your dash and spring abilities as you use the R1 button to pull any pick-ups. For Bouncy Bois, there will only be one enemy type, which will appear in ascending numbers as you use your limited weapon pool to stay alive. Basketball Mode is a more chill experience in which you have to score buckets to gain currency. The last one is God Stilettos Mode, in which you’ll take on waves of enemies with an overpowered weapon.

 

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Trophy-wise, Rule No. 1 has a full trophy list for you to work on. You’ll have to make 14 Silver trophies and 7 Gold trophies pop before you can add a Platinum trophy to your collection, and since this is a Cross-Buy title, if you own a PlayStation 5 console, you can get two new Platinum trophies. Defeat 100, 250, and 500 enemies with weapons, defeat 5, 15, and 30 enemies with grenades, reach a score of 100, 200, and points in Competitive Mode, defeat 15, 25, and 50 aliens in Arcade Mode collect 25, 75, and 150 pickups in Bouncy Bois Mode, and throw 12 and 24 baskets in Basketball Mode.

 

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Rule No. 1 is a fast-paced arcade-style arena-based first-person shooter that is easy to pick up, and you can play it in short bursts or for longer sessions as you try to improve your performance, learning from your mistakes along the way. You can try to climb higher up the online leaderboards in the Competitive Mode, Arcade Mode, Bouncy Bois Mode, and God Stilettos Mode, which adds to the replay value. There’s also a gallery where you can unlock some bonus images based on your overall score. There are 19 images in total, and they will unlock every 1,000 points. Rule No. 1 is out with a $5.99 asking price, and your purchase will give you access to both the PlayStation 5 and the PlayStation 4 versions of the game at no extra cost, and each one will have its own trophy list for you to work on.

Disclaimer
This Rule No. 1 review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by eastasiasoft.

Review Overview

Fast-paced arena-style shooter with a foulmouthed main character
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