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Void Bastards
Void Bastards

Genre: First Person Shooter
Publisher:
Release Date:
May 2019
Monday, 17 June 2019
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Void Bastards is currently available to play on PC and Xbox One, available to purchase or as part of Xbox Game Pass. From a team made-up of ex-Irratiional Games employees it mixes the rogue light genre with sci-fi survival and a vibrant comic book presentation.

"... Void Bastards succeeds mainly because it doesn’t feel like a slog or grind or padded rogue light. Where the difficulty outweighs the reward and the upgrades you discover over several hours moving you forward just an inch. Weapons in Void Bastards have a great feel, grow more powerful over time, and are inventive to boot. Kittybots not only attract attention like a metallic car alarm with whiskers, but they also explode in an array of grenades once destroyed. Certain weapons are better against certain enemies, and being limited to what you can carry alongside having to source ammunition often leads to some great moments where all you might have to clear out a ship full of high-level Janitors is a pack full of Kittytbots and a few proximity mines."

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