Son of Scoregasm for PS Vita
PS Vita

Son of Scoregasm

Oct 10, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Richard Knight t/a Charlie's Games
Content Rating: Everyone


Only you can destroy the evil space baddies and rescue the King of the Earth's beloved biscuit tin! Blast your way through 28 varied levels full of enemies, traps, lasers and explosions in Son of Scoregasm, the fantastic new shoot-em-up from Charlie's Games. Save the galaxy, rescue the biscuits, defeat the boss contraptions and challenge the world on the online leaderboards.

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4 Reviews

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Critic Reviews

3 Reviews
Jason BohnOct 21, 2017
Underwhelming visual style notwithstanding, Son of Scoregasm is a well-designed shooter tailored to players who have grown weary of the rut that the genre has worn into the road. The mechanics are unique and enticing while the stage design thoughtfully uses these tools to craft a compulsively-playable title. It’s just different enough to feel completely fresh while hewing to a simplicity that allows for easy understanding. This is a fantastic game for score chasers and those that simply want to challenge themselves.
Grant UtterDec 14, 2017
I don’t regret letting Galaga do that extra bump. Son of Scoregasm was challenging and high-energy, yet rewarding. Sure, it may have been a little too wild at times. “Slow down!” I would plead, but it wouldn’t listen and that was okay. I am a much more harrowed gamer because of it. There isn’t a laundry list of levels, but the levels that are there are challenging enough to keep you playing for a while. Scoregasm gives that retro gaming feel, an injection of modern energy, and tempo for an all-around enjoyable experience.
Thom ComptonJan 11, 2018
While dying in the same place over and over gets frustrating after awhile, Son of Scoregasm does a great job pushing the player to try one more time. Bite-sized levels are so chaotic that it feels like each one was a major achievement, even if the next level is patiently waiting to show you what the real definition of difficult is. Any twin-stick fan would be remiss not to pick up Son of Scoregasm, as it's just a delightful entry to the Vita catalogue, through and through.

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