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  1. The longer you play games, the more titles you will see with sequels. Direct, indirect, spiritual, in name only and otherwise. 10 tons LTD has released JYDGE, a top down, twin stick shooter that takes place in the same city from Neon Chrome. JYDGE sets you up as a cybernetic law man in the mega city of Edenberg. It is up to you to wipe out the ever rampant crime problem. Crime comes in all forms, and you will find multiple ways to deal with it. Your only weapon, beside yourself that is, is your Gavel – a multiple fire mode gun, that is also customizable. The story consists of 4 acts, each with 5 missions. Each mission has 3 medals that you can earn for completing a specific objective. You need to earn these medals to unlock new missions and acts. If you don’t unlock 3 medals in each mission don’t fear, there are 4 different difficulty levels, and each has it’s own set of objectives and medals. This is not a twin stick shooter where you can just go around firing arbitrarily. Some missions require you to rescue hostages, so you have to be careful not to tag any civilians with stray bullets. You get to customize your jydge and gavel, and some of these will actually help keep the general public a bit safer. But others will blow up everything in your path, or just protect you from the destruction. The game sports a similar color palette to Neon Chrome. Dark streets with bright, vivid set pieces. Enemies with neon hair that sticks out from the bleak avenues and rooms. The wide range of colors becomes a feast for the eyes. The soundtrack is filled with thumping beats that will carry you through all the difficulty levels, no matter if you are trying to be precise with your shots or just blowing up the block. JYDGE is out now on XB1, PS4 and Steam. You can add it to your collection for $14.99, but some platforms will have it on sale for the first week of release, so check it out. If you are a fan on twin stick shooters or are looking for something that will challenge you to rethink the way you complete each level – 4 times. 8/10
  2. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to try to defeat an evil water stealing mastermind while piloting a steam punk bath tub? I mean, honestly, who hasn’t? Well you don’t have to wonder any longer because Chasing Carrots has released Pressure Overdrive where you can do just that. You play as Morgan, a young, carefree soul that lives on the edge of a lake. One morning as you go for your morning dip you realize that all the water is gone. You quickly notice signs for a new spa and understand what has happened. Your lake, and all the water in the surrounding area, has been syphoned off to create this luxury get away and it is up to you to fix things. So you decide to build a steam powered bath tub of doom straight out of Mad Max to liberate the wet stuff and foil the evil mastermind. To beat him you must traverse 30 different levels and beat 3 separate bosses. You can either do this solo, or with a friend in local co-op. No matter how you decide to play, there are 3 different skill levels to choose from. You can have multiple saves going at once, so you can try out different combinations to see what works, or just play with different friends. If the campaign isn’t your style you can always play Endless mode, where you battle wave after wave till you succumb to the enemy. One of the coolest things about this game is your bath tub. Because you are not going to bring an ordinary tub into battle, you are going to bring the big guns. As you destroy enemies you collect gold which can be used to upgrade your tub. Add a bigger gun, more armor, side grinders, rear electric bolts and more. Customize your ride to suit the way you play, but beware everything is steam powered, so if you run low on steam, you will slow down and your fire rate will drop. As you delve deeper into the spa you get a look at a wide variety of locations and enemies. The graphics are bright, colorful, and maintain their integrity as you are zipping through the levels. Each boss has an interesting design that will excite you when you see them and challenge you while you are battling them. You also get a rocking soundtrack to accompany you on your journey. Pressure Overdrive is out now. You can pick it up for XB1, PS4, or Steam. 8/10
  3. Indie game developer SigTrap Games has released a new flying shooter along with game publisher Merge Games LTD. Sublevel Zero Redux puts you in the shoes of the last pilot standing as you take control of a lone gunship and try to save the world. As you take over the last gunship, you will pilot your way through procedurally generated levels. The pressure is on for you to destroy the enemies, collect parts and nanites to craft more powerful weapons, and of course destroy the reactor at the end of each level and move on. Which guns, missles and hull will you pair together to make your ultimate death machine? The object of the game is fairly simple - destroy your enemies while you fly through tunnels of a large spaceship. The execution is where the game stands out from the other games in the genre. Not only are you able to fly forward, backwards, left and right, but using the d-pad will allow you to increase or decrease you altitude. Tap left or right on the pad and you will roll 45 degrees in that direction. You have full range of motion in this shooter and you will need it. Dodging fast charging enemies will require you to learn how to deftly move your ship. And since the weapons you start with are not the most accurate, you will have to try and get in close to make sure your bullets find their mark. Having 6 degrees of freedom also means that you will be using almost every button and trigger on your controller to make the most of the control scheme. The graphics in the game may seem a bit simple at first, but as you progress through the levels the simple tunnels you are flying through give way to beautiful caverns. Since the game is procedurally generated, there are no save points or extra lives, each play through is very unique. It also gives the game a high replay value. Don't think if you complete the 4 levels that you see listed that you are done, that is just the start of this adventure. Sublevel Zero Redux is out now on XB1, PS4 and Steam for $19.99. There is also a limited edition physical copy available on PS4 if you like to have the disc in your collection. 7/10 Review originally posted here
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