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Futuridium EP Deluxe

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita
Genre: Action
Developer: MixedBag
Release Date: July 2014

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'Futuridium EP Deluxe' (PSV) Announced - Trailer

by Rainier on Feb. 18, 2014 @ 7:00 p.m. PST

An old school shoot'em up with a modern twist. Futuridium EP Deluxe offers fast paced, non stop, hard as hell action, with an original soundtrack and colorful graphics.

In Futuridium you are a lone starship pilot who gets lost in a dimensional loop just before a big space battle. With a limited and constantly depleting energy bar, your only hope is to fly as fast as possible over enormous space dreadnoughts and destroy power cubes to replenish your energy tank and reveal the dreadnought’s power core, which must be destroyed to move on to the next ship.

You have no power-ups and limited control over your speed, so you can only count on your reflexes, your dual lasers, the nimbleness of your starship, and the ability to turn 180° on the spot — an essential technique when navigating the dreadnoughts’ intricate passages.

Futuridium’s gameplay is heavily score based; you can gain big multipliers by destroying cubes and chaining cubes together. You can play it safe, but only taking big risks and learning the right path on the dreadnoughts will lead you to the top of the online leaderboards.

Futuridium EP Deluxe includes:

  • New gameplay modes
  • New levels
  • New game mechanics
  • A graphical overhaul
  • More music
  • More speed
  • More enemies
  • Trophies!
  • New ways to crash and explode in a trillion colorful cubes… did we mention the game is super difficult?
  • Silky smooth 60 frames per second action
  • 45 minute long original soundtrack.

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