Submitted by ian86 996d ago | review

Radiant Flux [PlayStation Mobile Review] | ShogunGamer.com

Ian Fisher writes: As a throwback to 8-bit shmup games there’s a small sliver of enjoyment to be had in Radiant Flux but it’s not enough to rescue the game from the mediocrity it rests in. The brutal difficulty of the game may be appealing to some, though the lack of unique character in the art direction and gameplay department will leave a feeling of disappointment and potential regret over spending $3 for the game. (Android, Mobile, PS Vita, Radiant Flux) 3/10

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