It’s fast, frantic and flashy. And right now Project Starship is on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
Available to purchase and download from the Xbox Store for Xbox One – or the PlayStation Store or Nintendo eShop if you’d prefer – Project Starship comes about via the teams at Panda Indie Studio and the porting kings of eastasiasoft to enable us the chance to blast through a galaxy that promises much.
Priced at just £4.19 on Xbox One (although a launch discount drops that further), one look at Project Starship will allow you the opportunity to fully understand what it is all about. Yes it’s not going to be winning any visual awards but if you’re after colour, madness, a ton of action and plenty of challenge, it could well be for you.
Project Starship sees us taking on the role of a space pilot – either Garret or Gwen – in an attempt to help them save their world from all evil. With randomly generated scenes that ensure that no two games are the same, you’ll be found taking down gods, demons and more in the most frantic bullet hell action yet.
- Choose to play a male or female pilot.
- Save the world from an ancient evil.
- Challenge evil gods and mad demons in full-screen bullet hell shoot ’em up action!
- Dive into the unknown and defeat the Hidden Eye!
- Evade, adapt and blast your way through a randomized galaxy.
Tempted? The usual digital stores will sort you out with a download, whilst our full upcoming review of Project Starship on Xbox One should be able to provide the finer details.
Blast through a galaxy of possibilities! Take the role of Garret or Gwen, pilots charged with saving their world from an ancient evil. Evade, adapt and survive randomly generated challenges that are never the same twice. Take down gods and demons alike in unpredictable bullet hell shoot ’em up action, and dive deeper to confront the hidden eye that watches over all!