We love a good twin-stick shooter, but the market is already pretty full of them. Aniquilation however comes to PC and consoles to try and mix things up a bit - and it's got enough about it to ensure it's one that you'll want to play.
How cool would it be to have to actually physically go into your computer and destroy the viruses that infect it? I would be downloading trojan horses left, right and centre if I got to do that. Thankfully though now I don’t need to risk the integrity of my computer. That’s because Devastator is out today on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo and PC and offers that same experience in a much less hazardous way.
Curved Space has been delayed and pushed back more times than we care to remember, but finally Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC players are getting the chance to jump into the warped, physics-defying battlefields that plays host to its action. If you're looking to blast away some space-spiders, this is the game for you.
There are times when all you want to do is kick back and blast away the worries. And a twin-stick shooter is perfect for just those moments. When that twin-sticker is both dynamic and super colourful, well, that helps too. It's with much excitement then that Bitmaster delivers some proper blasting onto Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch.
Neon? Check. 80+ levels of awesomeness? Check. Plenty of upgradable weapons and powers? Check, check, check. On the face of it, the launch of Inferno 2+ on Xbox One has just about everything you could want in a neon-fuelled twin stick action shooter!
Cooperative gaming experiences are fast becoming the norm, with many developers deciding upon that route in order to enhance what is otherwise a singular experience. But with TwinCop, cooperation is the only way to get by, as you and a mate team up to take control of a twin-stick shooting super-cop, combining your skills and working together to take on the dastardly crims.
Twin-stick shooters aren’t exactly in short supply on Xbox One, but today there’s a new addition to the ever-growing library that aims to push your reflexes to the limit and allow you to manipulate time itself whilst performing impossible manoeuvres. Will the action-packed and intense experience of Debris Infinity be on your radar for a purchase?
You may remember developers SkyGoblin for their point-and-click adventure, The Journey Down, but now they’re back with a hyper-intense shooter, with strategic elements, that’s ideal for enjoying either alone or alongside pals. There’s one screen and there can be only one winner in Hellfront: Honeymoon!