If you like a good old shoot ‘em up and revel in their frantic nature, then the latest game from the folks behind the Project Starship series may be of interest to you. Indeed, Panda Indie Studio have collaborated with Eastasiasoft for nightmarish arcade shmup Void Gore, which is now available on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
In Void Gore, prepare for an unpredictable experience as you descend into the depths of hell while controlling an ace pilot. Naturally, this pilot wants to get rich and fortunately you’ll be able to help him earn coins by venturing through levels, defeating supernatural horrors along the way. Whatever you garner from these exploits can be spent on ship upgrades to enable you to stay alive longer, thus giving you more time to prove how skillful you are in coping with the vertically-scrolling carnage and climb the online leaderboards in the process.
Essentially, what you must do is adapt to the challenges posed by the endless layers of malice you’ll face on the highway to hell. Collecting power-ups will aid in riding out the waves of tricky foes and provide the opportunity to pull off kill chains to build up high scores worth bragging about.
Should you wish to become the ultimate pilot in the pixel shoot ‘em up world of Void Gore, head on over to the Xbox Store and pay a fee of £4.19 to own it – or £3.35 thanks to a special two week post-launch discount. It’s also available from the Nintendo eShop and the PS Store, so you’re covered whichever console platform you prefer. Please do get in touch and tell us whether you’ll be purchasing Void Gore by leaving a comment below!
From the creators of Project Starship comes a new and nightmarish arcade shoot’em up experience. Void Gore casts you as an ace pilot descending through the levels of hell and getting rich in the process. Earn coins as you take down supernatural horrors in pulse-pounding vertical scrolling style, then spend them on upgrades to keep yourself alive and prove your skills against online leaderboards! Survive waves of enemies to reach the next layer of malice and despair, collect power-ups, face increasingly challenging foes and add to your score multiplier as you chain multiple kills. Survive as long as possible and prove your skills as the ultimate pilot. It’s all just a simulation, after all… or is it?