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Submitted by Rockefellow 831d ago | review

Big Sky Infinity Review: Deep Space Destruction | GamePlox

Big Sky Infinity recently launched for the PS3 and Vita, coming across as a sort of pseudo-sequel to the PC’s Really Big Sky. The frantic twin-stick shooter packs an impressive array of gameplay modes and intuitive controls, and aims to please your wallet with procedurally-generated levels which equates to unlimited replay value.

Developers Boss Baddie and Voofoo Studios have taken the genre in some interesting places and have stuffed the game to the gills with content which help it stand out on its own. Whether that means anything to you, however, depends on what kind of player you are. (Big Sky Infinity, PS Vita, PS3) B/A+

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