zero zero zero zero xbox

What’s that? You love retro? How about proper retro? As in old-skool 1-bit low-fi retro? Sound good? If so, you’ll be in gaming heaven with the launch of Zero Zero Zero Zero on Xbox One, PS4, PS Vita and Nintendo Switch.

Available as the latest game to hit console thanks to the porting kings of Ratalaika Games, Zero Zero Zero Zero initially came about via the team at Alvarop Games, all in order to put the skills of all players to the test.

Working as a unique 1-bit low-fi platformer, Zero Zero Zero Zero will challenge you across a whole plethora of stages, working in elements of skill and careful manoeuvring in order for you to find success. This will mean you’re left dodging, shooting, and jumping your way through randomly selected levels as you progress. And if you don’t? You die.

Zero Zero Zero Zero is available this very minute on Xbox One, PS4 and PS Vita, with a Nintendo Switch launch occurring on the 7th Feb, but no matter which format you give it a go on, you’ll find the same smooth spectacular soundtrack pushing you along as you jump your way through hazards and enemies. The question is, do you have what it takes to complete all 100 levels?

Features include:

  • A fast-paced, difficult, but fair gaming experience.
  • 100 challenging levels.
  • Race Mode, where players can go head to head against a friend to see who is the true master of the 1-bit platformer genre.
  • Randomly selected levels that trigger after every death and level completion.
  • Low-fi graphics complimented with an awesome electronic music soundtrack by Levi Bond.
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As always, the Xbox Store, the PlayStation Store, or the Nintendo eShop will sort you out with a download. The Xbox One version is our preferred shout and that’s available for just £4.99, with an initial launch discount dropping that down to £3.99 for a limited time.

Want to know more? Well, you could hold tight and wait for our full review of Zero Zero Zero Zero on Xbox One to drop (and it’ll be with you pretty soon), or it may well be worth your time checking out the launch trailer below. Your call.

Let us know what you decide though. The comments are down below.

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