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Blue Rider

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Hop in and join the explosive action of this shoot-em-up! The perfect adventure that players who enjoy a good challenge were waiting for. Face the most challenging robot bosses you could possibly imagine as you travel across rich and diverse landscapes, and try to keep up with this insane bullet hell. Enjoy a dynamic arcade-like game where it’s you against anything that moves. Remember that hedgehog or that little robot boy? This is a trial they wouldn’t be able to face. So get ready for a daring battle that’ll put your skills to the test. Blue Rider! Not for the faint of heart!Features 9 unique biomes overflowing with enemies. Customize your arsenal and discover your very own strategy. Easy to play, hard to beat. Always fun! Challenge and defeat each of the 9 different bosses. Orchestrated original soundtrack. Explosions, explosions and… more explosions! Can’t Be Blue With Blue Rider. Are You Ready, Rebel?
Release date
Mar 3, 2016
Developer
Ravegan
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Ravegan S. A.
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Ratalaika Games
Publisher
Ravegan, eastasiasoft
Age rating
Not rated
Website
http://www.ravegan.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel i5
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 650 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Recommended gamepad
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: Intel i7
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 650 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Recommended gamepad
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Blue Rider reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Product received for free Blue Rider is really difficult. So much so that it is not advisable for newcomers who do not know the genre yet and are not accustomed to such a level of meatballs rushing on the ship that one must desperately save from the final explosion that will make us all start again from Beginning. You can restart the game from the beginning of the last level unlocked but obviously, the score so far won as well as the improved ammunition return to zero. Despite this, Blue Rider is a good little game, never extravagant. We will still be able to see that the developers have not thought of proposing local or online cooperation, which would have been really a happiness, not to mention a scoreboard to compare his prowess with his friends. But for a sequel, we'll easily give them our green light!
Translated by
Microsoft from Spain
Product received for free Rhapsody of a blue ship Ready to become addicted to another shoot'em up of national industry? Make room for Blue Rider, the Fichín of Ravegan that comes stomping with his unbridled pace. Pure Mix of shooter with exploration, it is easy to be seduced by its degree of visual detail, but not for cute is less difficult. Blue Rider begins as a modern shoot'em up, with a ship at the end of the screen, and the possibility to move the same both to the sides and around. The camera looks at the moment of rotating next to our point of view, achieving an experience that does not tide or uncomfortable, but it accompanies with subtlety our style of play. We Took control of this blue ship, newly activated, and went out to traverse multiple scenarios of the most varied, from forests and ice caves to the heart of a volcano. Our only goal is to destroy everything that crosses us to keep moving forward but what is behind our actions? Although history is not counted through dialogues, small clues will allow us to understand what happened. Maybe that's the least of it, because everything is an excuse to shoot shots at Rolee. We Can change weapons in the midst of the shooting, but only if we find the points dedicated and destroy them. We can Also find switches to open doors and small company ships that will escort us. Once we get to the end of a stage, we have to face a boss. These bosses are usually hard to kill (in fact some have too many points of life for our patience), but once we defeat them, the pleasure is immense. The level in question is given for completion, and we are unlocked the following. This system allows that it is not necessary to go back all the scenarios every time we play, but we can start from the beginning of the one in which we have been pureed. You Can read my full review here: http://www.irrompibles.net/secciones/reviews/8434-blue-rider-review
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