Debris Infinity for Nintendo Switch

Debris Infinity

Sep 21, 2018
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Developer: SVC Games
Content Rating: Everyone


Debris Infinity is an action packed game that puts your reflexes to the limit, allowing you to manipulate time itself to make impossible maneuvers, using an advance scoring system to rank your performance! With 3 different single-player game modes you can test your skills in exciting scenarios: Fight against the clock in Time Attack, plan you attacks with precision in Power Wave or survive to earn the highest score in Normal mode. Bring along a friend and enjoy the cooperative gameplay in all game modes, where one player act as the pilot and the other as the gunner: Synchronization is key!

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Emily RogersOct 22, 2018
If you’re currently seeking a game that can be played in short bursts, or if you need something to scratch that Geometry Wars itch, then Debris Infinity is one of the best arcade-style shooting titles on the Nintendo Switch. It’s also worth noting that the game’s programming, art and design was all done by one person. While it may not be the most ambitious game on the eShop, it’s definitely an admirable effort.
Kirk HinerOct 29, 2018
Although Debris Infinity is very well designed, it does lack depth and longevity. Learning the enemy waves and mastering your approach towards them extends the fun, but to no real purpose other than leaderboard bragging rights. As such, after just a session or two I was always ready to move on to something else. That amounts to less than 10 minutes of game time, which is pretty short even in this age of mobile gaming.
Simon BrownNov 09, 2018
It’s not going to set the world on fire but if you are after a twin-stick shooter you’ll be picking up for a quick blast whenever you have five minutes then you can do far worse than this. It’s a great little arcade experience for the Switch that works equally well in portable and docked modes. It does exactly what it says on the tin and sometimes that’s all something needs to do.

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