Justin Wong reviews newly-released indie fighter Omen of Sorrow

By on November 12, 2018 at 4:00 pm
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Justin Wong is known as one player who does not shy away from playing every fighting game. Having dabbled in nearly every fighting game released in the last two decades, Justin understands what makes a game good, and can dissect mechanics faster than your average player.

So, after trying out the newly-released gothic fighter Omen of Sorrow, he felt compelled to give his opinion on the title. While he said he thought the game was fun and had interesting mechanics couple with good netcode, he did find a few things at fault. First, he said that the Doomed state needs to be addressed, as it makes comebacks nearly impossible. Secondly, he also said the tutorial mode was lacking in their explanations on how to play.

Source: Justin Wong


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Corey "Missing Person" Lanier is a full-time writer, and one half of the "So Smart" team that did commentary for Street Fighter V Crash. A former English teacher, he has spent 5 years living between China and South Korea before moving to Canada. When he's not busy writing, he enjoys streaming, playing mafia and elevating his Super Turbo game. He also believes Sailor Moon S is the best fighting game on the planet, and if you don't believe him, see him in Sailor Moon!