Chaz at Twinfinite writes,
Since as long as I can remember, I’ve been a fan of top-down shooter games. Starting with arcade classics such as Galaga and 1942, I’ve loved the idea of soaring along and battling wave after wave of enemies to reach the goal and defeat potent bosses. Roche Fusion is a full-bore modern take on the genre, with an emphasis on the “waves of enemies” and a punishing torrent of baddies, bullets, and bosses to cut your way through. With a variety of ships to unlock and pilot, a pulse-pounding soundtrack, and a sharp aesthetic, it brings a lot to the table. But does this style of game still hold up, so many years later?