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Deep Space Rush

 

 

SCORE: 67

 

Deep Space Rush 

 

Want to hear something cool? Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital downloadable code to Deep Space Rush on the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PS Vita. The Nintendo Switch code is the only one that was used. If anyone in Family Friendly Gaming Universe is interested in one of the codes on the other system please send us a whisper through our Twitch channel. Otherwise those codes will go to waste. Plus it gives you the opportunity to follow FFG on Twitch.

Deep Space Rush has retro graphics. To me Deep Space Rush looks like an 8-bit video game. Maybe a little bit better. The music in Deep Space Rush also sounds 8-bit to me. We go through randomly generating levels in space. We shoot these creatures and avoid the spikes that love to get under our feet. The best part about Deep Space Rush is we collect coins. More on that to come later in this review.

The coins in Deep Space Rush are used to upgrade things when we start a level. Dying is not such a big deal since we can upgrade things and get stronger. This makes Deep Space Rush easier every single time we play it. I did not try to memorize levels because Deep Space Rush is randomly generating them. At times walls will appear behind us and stop players from going backwards anymore.

The music is nice in Deep Space Rush. I found a lot of ways to die in Deep Space Rush. There is a health bar and disintegrates pretty quickly in this side scrolling 2D video game. I found no information on a physical copy version of Deep Space Rush in the United States. I did a lot of shooting and jumping in Deep Space Rush.

In many ways Deep Space Rush is a light parkour game when it comes to the spikes. My favorite part about this 280 meg downloadable indie retro title is purchasing upgrades. We use the money to upgrade different weapons and aspects of the player. This helps Deep Space Rush become easier the longer you play it. Expect to die early and often in Deep Space Rush.
- Sam

 

Graphics: 60%
Sounds: 70%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PS Vita/PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: BUG-Studio
Rating: ‘E10+’ – Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood}
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