DN8 may initially feel like a textbook example of style over substance. But bloody hell it has a lot of style - and in its own way, it actually has a lot of substance.
It's a shooter, but one that manages to integrate its slick user interface into the gameplay itself. It's accessible - a shooter that automates the shooting whilst you manage the manoeuvring side of things; a clever move since most shooters have you holding down the trigger finger constantly.
But what I really love about DN8 is that it feels tailor made for a track pad. I often wonder why more games - especially flash games - aren't optimised for laptops. Plenty of people are gaming on laptops, and I'd love to see more games, like DN8, that function well on a trackpad as well as mouse and keyboard.
Stylish, innovative and clever, I reckon you should give DN8 a whirl.