Futuridium EP Deluxe
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Content Rating: Everyone
Futuridium EP Deluxe is a psychedelic retro inspired shoot'em up with a modern twist, that blends together frantic action, puzzle elements, a vibrant low poly aesthetic and an heart pumping electronic soundtrack. As a lone starship pilot lost in a dimensional loop just before a big space battle, with a limited and constantly depleting energy tank, your only hope is to fly as fast as possible over enormous space dreadnoughts, destroying their defenses and the cyan power cubes to get some energy back. Try to escape the infinite loop of Futuridium: you can count only on your reflexes, your dual lasers, the nimbleness of your starship and... the ability to turn 180° on the spot! Can you beat all the 50 levels, the 5 bosses, unlock all the extra game modes and collect the 150 medals?
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Futuridium EP Deluxe is a bland-at-best space-shooter. Without any exciting gameplay hooks, players are left with a product that simply lacks the “fun factor” its colorful visuals would imply it has. ...PSN is absolutely loaded with brilliant downloadable titles sporting some of the most unique gameplay elements seen to date. Sadly, Futuridium EP Deluxe does not stand on par with some of these gems, instead fading into the background, never to be heard from again.
With tight gameplay, sharp shooting, and a remarkable sense of style, Futuridium EP Deluxe is a delightful 3D shooter. While there are certainly moments of frustration to be had here – predominantly stemming from misjudged aiming – the gorgeous graphics and stellar soundtrack more than make up for any misgivings. Oh, and if you do decide to play it, be sure to use headphones.
El juego engancha y se juega de manera muy fluida, lo pruebes en portátil o doméstica. Los aspectos audiovisuales son buenos –en comparación con otros juegos independientes-. ¿Qué falla? A menudo cruza la peligrosa línea de la dificultad exasperante como recurso para alargar su vida. Una buena jugabilidad no todo lo bien planteada que nos gustaría.