Review: Graceful Explosion Machine (PlayStation 4)
Skillfully pilot the Graceful Explosion Machine, a fighter ship armed with a ludicrously overpowered quad-weapon array! Lost in deep space, you’ll shoot, dash and combo your way through jewel-hued uncharted planets, fighting an alien armada to find a way home.
- Abstract graphic style.
- 274MB Download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- Opening tutorial.
- 2D side scrolling shmup.
- Online leaderboards.
- Crystals- Collect to recharge your weapons.
- Rank awarded for performance.
- Simple controls.
- Can change direction with a touch of a button.
- Combo counter.
- Levels have X amount of phases in each level.
- Handfl of weapons available to you. Laser beam, Missiles, Gun, A melee attack and a dash that can pass through bullets and enemies.
- Life bar- Can also pick up health drops.
- Four worlds with 30 odd levels to play through.
- Feels and looks like A Pixel Junk game.
- Score attack.
- Decent soundtrack.
- Tight controls.
- You get a notification of where enemies are or where they will spawn.
- Fun to play.
- Very simplistic looking.
- Slow starter.
- Only one control layout.
- Music is not for everyone.
- Feels repetitive.
- Can out stay its welcome after a long play.
- Never really feels like it gets going.