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Do you miss the top down vertical scrolling space shooter video games? If you answered yes to that question then you might be interested in FullBlast. A code was sent to Family Friendly Gaming for this new retro like video game. FullBlast can be found on the Xbox One, PS Vita, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. FFG was given codes to FullBlast on the last three systems listed. I played it on the final system listed.

FullBlast is a downloadable only title right now that is 241 megs in terms of size on the Nintendo Switch. The rock music in FullBlast reminds me of the 1980s. A wonderful decade that had some of the most memorable video games of all time. FullBlast pays homage to some of those games. The graphics in FullBlast look pretty good. We get a BOOM whenever we blow up something.

There are three difficulties in FullBlast. This downloadable only vertical shooter can be difficult on even the easiest setting. There are certain things we blow up in FullBlast that will give us power ups. These are really required to progress in FullBlast. The more powerful your shots are (double, triple), the easier FullBlast will be. On harder difficulties it takes more to blow up these different alien ships. Be careful of the power down items that can appear in FullBlast.

FullBlast is all about aliens invading Earth. We are a lone ship that is trying to stop them. The coolest thing about FullBlast in my opinion is having a health bar. We can take multiple hits in FullBlast. This makes FullBlast better than the old school shooters in my opinion. There are only twelve levels in FullBlast. So this is a short game. The levels are long thankfully.

I had fun playing FullBlast on the Nintendo Switch. FullBlast felt like a NEO GEO game to me at least. The music, dialogue, and atmosphere makes FullBlast a game for nostalgic gamers. FullBlast also has a local two player co-op mode for families that like to shoot things together. I would like to see more games like FullBlast in the future. Especially if they can make the physical copy format.


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

Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: UFO Crash Games
System: Xbox One/PS Vita/PS4/Nintendo Switch(tested)
ESRB: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Fantasy Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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