Submitted by TiberusX87 640d ago | review

Resogun Review | GameCloud

Lliam at GameCloud writes: "Resogun doesn’t stray too far from the typical shoot ‘em up formula, but deviates enough to create an experience that is unique, fun, and potentially complicated. As a game to play through once, Resogun would be a very short experience, albeit a fun one, but with different ships, difficulties, and systems that take time to master, there is an exceptional amount of replayability here. I found this without striving to achieve high-scores, so I imagine players that are competitively inclined could spend hours improving their performance, and the potential for precise, incremental increases in skill is provided in bucket loads. Resogun is simple but deep, regular but beautiful, short but infinitely long, and above all, a lot of fun. In fact, as it stands, Resogun is the definitive title for PS4 right now." (PS4, Resogun) 8.5/10

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