It’s frenetic, it’s full of Demons and it’s damn cheap… yep, Demon’s Crystals is here!

Available right now, Demon’s Crystals is the latest twin stick shooter to hit the console scene. Delivering a world full of power-ups, enemy hordes and enough destruction to keep even the most aggressive shooting fan happy, Demon’s Crystals will sort out those looking for both a solo or cooperative one. The Survival mode will have you going alone in a fight again numerous waves of enemy hordes, but the full Arcade option, and the six local multiplayer game modes that have been included, will most definitely be looking to deliver a decent co-op experience.

The Xbox Games Store will sort you out for a download and we reckon the cheap price tag near on warrants a little look. If you’re still sat on the fence, hold on tight for our full review. It’ll be with you soon.

Game Description:

“Demon’s Crystals is a frenetic twin stick shooter where you guide the Urican demons through countless hazards in order to restore peace to the world. A variety of weapons and power-ups will help you defeat the massive enemy hordes. The Urican have always been at the top of the food pyramid, but one day three mysterious beings arrived causing the once peaceful inhabitants of the world to become aggressive and destructive. – Arcade, 1-4 players This is a coop mode that can be played by up to four players, with the goal of completing the three worlds and defeating the final bosses. Characters have a leveling system that will affect their endurance and strength. – Survival, 1 player You will have to survive as long as possible. You will be able to compete against other players around the world thanks to the online rankings. – 6 local multiplayer game modes, 2 to 4 players: Survival, Deathmatch, Vs, Crystal Attack, Capture the Great Crystal, and Kill the Enemies “

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