From time to time you want to hang out with titles that offer an arcade experience and remind us of the matamarcianos with whom we have had great moments as a child. Although today it is not so common to find games like this, one of the last shoot’em up The one that I have been able to enjoy the most has been Sine Mora EX.
Grasshopper Manufacture and Digital Reality are the companies behind this frantic bullet hell that you have available for download on PlayStation Store, in case you are subscribers of PlayStation Plus Extra o Premium, although be very careful because it will disappear at the end of February. Of course, in an afternoon you can spend it and you can be sure that the hours you dedicate to it will be well invested.
In Sine Mora EX You will put yourself at the controls of a series of ships with classic mechanics as bullets rain down all over the screen, having to dodge all the impacts of the enemies and the imposing final bosses. These battles are one of the best assets of the adventure, because the encounters are spectacular due to the design of the gigantic metallic robots and the challenge they present.
The seven phases that you will have to go through can boast some amazing landscapes they will be accompanied by their own plot. To make our way through them, there are dozens of weapons to use, with a difficulty that adjusts to the player’s own ability, but the phases are hard to encourage us to replay them in order to improve our score on them.
In addition, personalities such as Akira Yamaoka, sound director of Silent Hill and Shadows of the Damned, have participated in its development to be in charge of its soundtrack full of great songs, while Mahiro Maeda, creator of anime in The Animatrix: The Second Renaissance and Kill Bill, has dealt with the design of the final bosses.
Once you beat the campaign you can face even more challenges thanks to its game modes Race, Tanks and Obstacles and even you can invite a second player to join the shooting hell thanks to its local cooperative multiplayer.
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