There was some excitement in the Toronto Maple Leafs locker room following their 1-0 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night.
Lightning advance! Yeah, that was the only thing that got me pumped up.
It was Lightning advance we’re talking about. It’s a time-looping stealth game where you take out opponents one by one through the use of time-traveling powers. The player who reaches the end of his time period has to be the first to leave the arena. The player who reaches the end of their time period then has to get into a time loop in which the player who left them is locked in for an indefinite amount of time.
Time travel is a common thing in games. I know it can be a little annoying to have to figure out where the hell you are all the time. You can take the time-traveling power to a certain location and just be in the area, but that’s not always the fastest option.
The only way to take out a specific player is to kill them, which is probably why the game is called Lightning Advance. If you want to play as a villain, then you could just take over the entire island, but then you’d have to pay a ton of money to get rid of the villains.
The game is called Lightning Advance because you can’t just go down to the first level, which is just a bunch of rooms, and go to the second level, which is all the little areas that you can kill a lot of people in. At the beginning you have to use a power called “Lightning Advance”, which can only be used if you have the correct power.
Lightning Advance is a power that acts like a super-power, but has no effect on the enemies you kill, and is more or less a standard power that anyone can pull off. It’s really just a way to make the game a bit more challenging than it has to be. Because enemies are mostly made of pretty tiny little buggers that can be killed with a few well aimed shots, you have to be very careful what you do in between killing them.
It’s not just in the game itself that lightning advance has made the game tougher. In the first part of the game, you can only use lightning advance when you kill a particular type of enemy. In the second part, you can use it anytime you kill, but only you have the correct power, and only you are able to pull off the super-power.
The story in this game is a pretty good one. After the first part, you have a chance to go save a specific party of Visionaries. They must make it to the top of the mountain and stop the evil, but their first challenge is to kill the mysterious ‘Laser Man’ that can’t be killed even with a large arsenal of weapons. It’s a pretty good challenge, and it also forces you to use your lightning advance a lot more than you were accustomed to.
Well, it is kind of a challenge. The lasers are pretty cool, but I really didn’t enjoy the way they killed the Visionaries. I can only say that there is one person who can kill them all with a single lightning attack. My goal in this game is to finish this game with only one round to spare.