It's a short, straight and surefire journey that's going to blow your head to the back of this auditorium.
Author: Elliott Osange
While a bit rough around the design edges, this procedurally generated shmup has character, and Cthulhu, so you gotta give them some credit.
An interesting if short adventure that comes prepared with stories and bosses, but really duffs the simple combat element.
It takes brass balls to bring a free-to-play game and port it to the Switch as distinctly not free, but quality content deserves to be purchased.
Three amazing shmups, one tiny package, hours of arcade enjoyment.
If Starship Troopers and Donkey Kong 3 had a weird multiplayer pixel baby, this would be it.
Honestly, a Wonderful dream come true to the loyal fans and lucky supporters who can see this experience reach a broader audience.
I mean, it’s big, sure, but I wouldn’t say gigantic.
An already strange game that seems to have suffered in port performance, Stone feels like a great idea that someone had that got lost in actual execution.
Drive, baby, drive.