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Brash Games (Mar 04, 2016)
I easily score this game 10/10, it is incredibly good and I’ve even stopped playing Street Fighter 5 and Far Cry Primal to sink more hours into this game because it’s easy to play, the only weak link is the person playing which is a horrible mix of frustration and pleasure as you strive to do better with each passing game. You learn everything about the level and how the enemy’s move and behave up to the gates of the boss, then to a degree all bets are off. They’re an unpredictable force that will end you in a heartbeat. Well.. I’m off to get to level five (maybe).
Even with unfortunate performance hiccups, it’s safe to say Ravegan have created one of the more interesting and cleverly addictive shoot ’em ups in recent years. While Blue Rider‘s visual identity and art style may put you off the idea/concept this is in fact a charming-if-challenging throwback to 16-bit era side-scrollers, what lies behind it could be considered some of the more appealing set-pieces you can expect coming into a bullet-heavy, arcade-style shooter such as this. Blue Rider may not provide much in the way of repeat playthroughs, but its core single-player experience is addictive enough — and well-designed in that respect — to pull in the type of player who just will not rest until that one level has been beaten. Or rather, all ten levels. A welcome surprise given there are so many shallow imitations out there (some going as far as to indulge in art styles pertaining to a…let’s say…Japanese variety).
IndieGameBundles (Mar 05, 2016)
A solid shoot’em’up entry. While it lacks innovation, the formula used is tried and true. Great bullet-hell game. Pricing is right between Astebreed and Solar Shifter. Perfect.