Nos abonnés qui ne souhaitent pas en être informés peuvent choisir de masquer ces promos à tout moment. why not make a small donation, that costs less than your morning coffee, to help keep us online. The hero moves in discrete steps, creating a very choppy feeling to the movement that made me woozy pretty quickly. Roll out the crimson carpet for this bullet hell classic. Any game that evokes Cave sounds sweet to me. In this game, you take on the role of a young teacher trying to improve their school’s standing. Soulblight ($7.49 from $14.99 until 11/4) While it’s never going to be accused of being one of the greats of the beat-em-up genre, 64th Street is just silly and weird enough to be worth credit-feeding your way through. Novice is aimed at beginners while Arcade stays true to the original arcade experience when it comes to balance. There’s just some super unique things that the developer does, such as after you shoot off every piece of a boss, he decides to try and squash you; I loved. That's very exciting stuff. Crimzon Clover is right up there with the real, genuine and very best titles. Tamashii ($5.99 from $11.99 until 11/4) Replayability is high and the gameplay is only enhanced with the use of the flip grip, which I highly recommend. I do really like how 'on the fly' it feels, though, and I really like when you really start motoring through the breaks and get to Extend Break. This is perhaps the first shmup that I’ve played on Switch that seemed to get this right, and I was in awe. This is a certain purchase for next weekend. Fucking love … This is a great game that I would mostly recommend to shmup enthusiasts but maybe not a newbie to the genre, as it’s pretty intense. Players choose one of three ships to fit their playing style and work towards unlocking a fourth. We are not limited to what are known as STGs or Bullet Hell in the hardcore shmup world, although STG games are and always will be the bedrock of our community. I would say to remap the controls on Switch to have the shoulder buttons control your homing missile and boots because they are tied to the face buttons, which because uncomfortable. I hope it's playable on a Lite too. I didn't know that Kurt did reviews on here; good to see! I love genuine shmups. Crimzon Clover: World EXplosion is a beautiful shmup with well-designed stages and some incredible boss designs. Si vous souhaitez laisser la publicité payer à votre place, laissez donc la publicité payer à votre place. But it never falls into that irony trap that so many comedic games do. @EmirParkreiner Me too. Whoever you’re pursuing, you’ll have to solve a lot of Picross-style puzzles along the way. Just finished my first playthrough and all I can say is that this is awesome. Puppoz: Puppy balloon popping game out now. Modes of play include Novice, Arcade, and Arrange. Omega Strike ($3.74 from $14.99 until 11/4) It’s a reasonably tough game as these things go, but not ridiculous. Arrange is a new mode with added mechanics for Nintendo Switch (all new content will be patched into the PC version later). Three Fourths Home ($2.24 from $8.99 until 11/4) Will add it to the wishlist. No-brainer purchase for the curious. I’m a veteran of this genre, and I found myself quite satisfied with the larger puzzles and the tools the game offers to help you keep things sorted. While they have speed variety, the bullet patterns are a little too familiar. So hyped. As for the Switch port, it performs exactly the same as the Windows version, with no noticeable input lag. Existing PC release seems to be getting updated: https://twitter.com/shmups/status/1319736811690680320. Hacky Zack ($2.49 from $9.99 until 11/4), Here Be Dragons ($11.69 from $17.99 until 11/4) If anything, bullet hells on low/medium difficulty are more forgiving and give you a larger margin of error. Les modes de jeu sont nombreux (et permettent d'étager la difficulté pour viser tous les publics, occasionnels ou maniaques du genre), la maniabilité impeccable et le système de scoring suffisamment bien fichu pour assurer une rejouabilité conséquente. Buy the digital version, have fun, then buy the physical one, Don't wait like this it's not good for your mental health XD. The Unlimited mode, however, kicks the difficulty into an even higher gear and should be reserved for hardcore experts who have learned the game inside-out. The ship design of Crimzon Clover is solid, if unambitious. ($2.24 from $8.99 until 11/4) Mikhail has joined us once again with an incredible review of Crimzon Clover – World EXplosion, and I’ve got a full-sized review of Pixel Puzzle Makeout League for …