Everspace: Stellar Edition for Nintendo Switch
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Everspace: Stellar Edition

Dec 11, 2018
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Developer: ROCKFISH Games
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

EVERSPACE is an action-focused single-player space shooter, combining roguelike elements with top-notch visuals and a captivating story. It takes you on a challenging journey through an ever-changing, beautifully crafted universe full of surprises. Your skills, experience, and talent for improvisation will be tested continuously as you piece together the puzzle of your existence through encounters with interesting characters, each having their own unique part of the story to tell.

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7.40
Michael LavertyDec 18, 2018
Overall, Everspace: Stellar Edition is a fantastic addition to any Switch library. If you already like games set in space, this is a title that is beautiful visually, controls fantastically, and sports a fitting soundtrack to boot. There are plenty of missions to complete and the stealth aspect of the game, along with the ability to upgrade your ships, weapons and defence will provide you with plenty of reasons to keep playing for many, many hours.
Gavin LaneDec 11, 2018
With gratifying space combat, an addictive ‘rogue-lite’ core loop and even some light, entertaining writing along the way, it performs admirably – if not flawlessly – on Nintendo’s console. Overall, we had a hell of a time with it and this port does a cracking job of preserving the full experience on a handheld. If any of this sounds remotely enticing, we’d heartily recommend investigation.
William GallonDec 11, 2018
I’m not even sure what could be done to improve the experience, as the entire rest of the game feels like it would be great on the console. I am sure there will be some that put enough time in to make the controls feel like second nature, but on a playthrough of a roguelike where small mistakes are punished, I felt frustrated more often than not that I was having a hard time just dog-fighting other ships.

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