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My Hero: Astronaut

Platform(s): Nintendo DS
Genre: Action
Publisher: Majesco Entertainment
Developer: Majesco Entertainment
Release Date: Sept. 22, 2009

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'My Hero: Astronaut' (NDS) - New Screens

by Rainier on July 24, 2009 @ 8:59 a.m. PDT

In My Hero: Astronaut, players take on the role of a new recruit in the United States of West on a quest to lead their team to victory by conquering space first before their rivals do. On an expedition to Mars, players will pilot a Space Rover, Space Shuttle, and Lunar Lander as they blast off through over 40 different missions.

My Hero: Astronaut lets you launch your way into an exciting space age adventure. Play as a new astronaut recruit of the United States of West and complete a series of space missions including landing a space station, repairing satellites, spying on the enemy and destroying meteorites on a collision course with Earth! In a race to Mars with sworn enemies, the Federation of the East, it will be up to you to get there first and lead your team to victory.

Key Features:

  • 8 awe-inspiring chapters with more than 40 missions that will have you flying through space and embarking on a long-term expedition on Mars
  • Breathtaking and realistic space graphics for a more immersive experience
  • Easy to play and intuitive interface using the Nintendo DS stylus throughout
  • Take control of an assortment of vehicles like the Space Rover, Space Shuttle, and the Lunar Lander and safely pilot them through rocky cliffs, wind, satellites, and meteors!
  • Watch your oxygen levels as you freely move around in space or when you explore the surface of mysterious planets on foot to collect samples and complete other tasks
  • Unlock medals and bonuses that are viewable in the Space Museum after successful completion of missions

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