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Still, the lack of narrative hasn't stopped me from pouring hours and hours into Sky Force Reloaded, and I don't doubt I'll put in a great many more—I have to perfect every level on Insane difficulty, after all. This is a game that doesn't do anything new, but it takes a classic genre and delivers on it so well that it's hard to fault the lack of innovation. If you have even the slightest interest in shoot 'em ups, this is a game you don't want to miss.
Behutsam, aber an den richtigen Stellen verbesserter Nachfolger des motivierenden Vertikal-Shoot’em-Ups.
Though not hugely different from its prequel, Sky Force Anniversary, Sky Force Reloaded nonetheless offers up a compelling slice of vertical scrolling shoot em’ up action that both newcomers and fans of the genre will undoubtedly enjoy.
With a solid progression system that means no defeat has to be too punishing and every attempt gets you a little further, Sky Force Reloaded is a ‘one more try’ shooter. Building up your ship from a pathetic husk to a monstrous killing machine is satisfying and fun, but it’s a slight shame that the game is let down at times by bland environments and all too familiar enemy types.
Reloaded is a significant step back from last year's Sky Force Anniversary. The added need to grind is a huge pain although the core gameplay is still generally enjoyable and the upgrade system is just as rewarding.
Oui, Sky Force Reloaded n'est pas avare en contenu et il est vendu à petit prix, mais cela n'en fait pas pour autant un jeu amusant. Joli mais peu original, le shoot'em up d'Infinite Dreams n'invente rien et n'a donc pas grand chose à vous offrir, sinon un peu de grind et quelques défis qui peinent à captiver, faute à un gameplay mollasson au possible. On conseillera donc aux amateurs du genre de se diriger vers un Sine Mora EX, par exemple, et de faire l'impasse sur ce Sky Force très oubliable.