I will begin off by saying Lifeless Vanguard isn’t a perfect game, and while it’s not a bad game, we have all played a dozen free flash games that do everything Lifeless Vanguard does, and in some cases, did better.
The original 15usd price for Lifeless Vanguard was madness, and while the current price of $5 is much fairer,I would have priced the game around $1, that’s the type of price point where people wouldn’t mind a game that only offers 30 minutes of gameplay.
I feel many more people would have purchased it, rewarding the developer with higher profit in the long run.
The gameplay itself is entertaining and offers a wide array of powerups and weapon types plentiful, combined with a diverse selection of enemies, combat feels fast-paced and keeps you on the edge of your proverbial seat.
Worth a Play?
I must confess to having a soft spot for games like this, games I lovingly call Indie Garbage, they scream their Indie identity from every pour, and yet I feel many people would get their money worth out of the game with a price point closer to $1