Quoted from japespin:
whysnow What do you think of it as a 1 player game though? I hear a lot of people raving about how great of a game TNA is with friends. I’m wondering if it’s just as good solo long term. Will it only really get play in a home setting when my fiends are over?
I think it provides lots of fun and challenge as a 1 player. I look forward to seeing how many reactors deep I can make it.
The music shifts as you go further realy keep that aspect of it fresh. I personally think it will be good solo but better with friends (kind of like sex ).
I know for me, even if playing solo I will start a 2 player game and compete against myself. Then if player 1 gets 5 reacotors deep i may decide to use player 2 to lock balls for player 1
I play all my classic Bally games as 1 player and have lots of fun with them. TNA is the same that it is a physically simple game to understand but challenging to master. i think that is what keeps me coming back for more, no matter if solo or as a group play game.
I plan to spend some nights sessioning out my TNA solo so I can learn it better.