JYDGE Crack/Patch

JYDGE Build your JYDGE. Enter Edenbyrg. Get out alive. JYDGE is a lawful but awful roguehate top-down shooter where you get to build your own cybernetic JYDGE and eradicate crime in the never-sleeping megacity of Edenbyrg. Create your own play-style by augmenting your JYDGE, modifying your Gavel rifle, and choosing companion drones to suit the tasks at hand. Will you be stealthy and lurk in shadows? Or will you assault the evildoers head on? Maybe you'll brutally rocket them to bits from a distance? Or perhaps bring your own squad of reckless companions to solve the scenarios? You be the JYDGE!

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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1043
Genre Action, Shooter, Shoot-'Em-Up, Top-Down
Company / Developer
10tons / 10tons

JYDGE reviews ( 2 )

krishnafatty, Oct 22, 2017

Really polished and tight game. Lots of replayability since there are so many different types of missions that require varying gear to accomplish. Add sick weapons, specials, and mods, and the ability to play couch co-op to boot, and you've got the best game I've played from 10tons so far.

CynicMimic, Apr 4, 2018

I was really enjoying it for a while. It's addictive and satisfying, and it gives you a lot of options with your weaponry and abilities that can really change things up significantly. I like the charm of the cheesy retro-futuristic themes and art style, and the music is great. It all has a kind of "budget" feel to it, but there's nothing wrong with the gameplay. To advance through the game, you need to unlock medals, which you collect by completing certain tasks in each level. Subsequent levels are locked from you until you have collected enough medals to proceed, which means you'll need to replay these levels repetitively until you get more medals. The game is fun enough that this concept wasn't really a problem for me at first. I'd been happily replaying each level to unlock what I could, and then again in hardcore mode to unlock further medals... But then I got to Act III. The first chapter in Act III requires you to have 52 medals in order to play it. I had 40... I looked back over the medals I hadn't achieved, and I realised there's no way I could get anymore of them without hours of frustration. It was just beyond my skill level. Some of the objectives seem impossible to me, such as "Complete the level in under 25 seconds" when I don't even know how to reduce my time to 1 minute. So the game is too unforgiving for my taste, and eventually it just lost me. If you're someone who plays a LOT of twin-stick shooters, and enjoys mastering each level in them, then I'm sure you'll love this. But if you're more like me, you have average skills, and you just want to experience the game without having to perfect everything, I'd give this one a miss.