Assault Android Cactus for PlayStation 4

Assault Android Cactus

Mar 8, 2016
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About this game

Developer: Witch Beam
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Take on the role of Cactus, an enthusiastic police android, who responds to a stranded space freighter only to discover it under siege by its malfunctioning robot workers. Cut off from the outside and in over her head, Cactus and the androids she recruits along the way battle through the crippled Genki Star to reach the brain of the ship and put things right before it's too late.

Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
Taylor HidalgoOct 04, 2015
Difficulty aside, though, it's hard to find much to criticize about Assault Android Cactus. The aesthetic is goofy fun, the mechanics are polished and vibrant, the bosses have different dialog options depending on the chosen character, and each of the characters have clear personalities and voice work. Even during the campaign, the game feels like a favorite arcade. The stages are mostly short, punchy from beginning to end, and the six hour running time never overstays its welcome.
Dyani WoodMar 08, 2016
Adding up all the features in this arcadey game gives it a pretty high value. There’s replayability in the different modes like Daily Drive, Infinity Drive, and Boss Rush for those that like to buckle down and test their skills to get top scores on leaderboards. There’s the campaign, which has an interesting story with different dialogue per character. There’s extra stuff to buy with credits (earned by your scores per level) like game altering fun features, or concept art and codex entries to further learn about the characters and enemies.
John WhitehouseMar 17, 2016
Everything about Assault Android Cactus feels perfect. From the controls and gameplay to sound and design. All lovingly crafted by Witchbeam, a development team of just three guys. It may have taken a while to get to the PS4, but I can now see why. Slick menu design, challenging gameplay and genuinely funny characters all add up to a create one of the best games I’ve played in a while.


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