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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I am not a patient gamer, and I will admit that Futuridium EP Deluxe did try my patience at times with its unforgiving gameplay. But what I found is that it simply made me more determined to do better on my next run, and to try different tacts for shooting all the blocks in the fastest time possible. Its not often that a game as challenging as this has held my interest in such a strong way. Once I had eventually conquered a level after many retries, the feeling was extremely satisfying.
Futuridium is a game that will reward persistent gamers with creative levels and bosses. It can be challenging and suspenseful, but most of all, it’s fun to play. Alone, I would say that $12.49 is a bit steep, but with Cross Buy and the original soundtrack included, it is well worth its price--and the 20% launch discount for PlayStation Plus members makes it even better.
Futuridium un título más interesante de lo que podría parecer a priori por su sencilla propuesta, además. Lo es por un aspecto puramente estético: el simplista estilo visual, heredero de Rez y de los arcades clásicos con gráficos vectoriales de principios de los ochenta, es muy atractivo y luce de maravilla tanto en la pequeña pantalla de Vita como a 1080p en PlayStation 4. ...Un arcade de los de toda la vida, vamos, de esos que no hacen nada particularmente nuevo pero que resultan bastante entretenidos.