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Have you been enjoying the live streams I worked really hard on for Star Trek Prodigy Supernova? If you missed them, then please check them out in our videos section. This review can wait for you to watch some of those videos on demand. Welcome back after watching those live streams that were turned into videos. You should have a good feel for Star Trek Prodigy Supernova after watching those videos. We play as two members of the crew in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova. We are trying to save an area from the sun going supernova.

There are two major things we do while playing Star Trek Prodigy Supernova. The first is to destroy these robots that get in the way. Since there are two characters if one loses all of their health Star Trek Prodigy Supernova will swap you over to the other character. Stay alive long enough for the downed character to recover and you are fine. The thing in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova to avoid is having both characters down at the same time. I avoided that like the plague personally.

The second thing we do in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova is solve puzzles. Each of the characters have certain skills that will help the player progress through the levels. These levels can take around half an hour or more to get through. Saves are sparse so you may be playing for a bit. Getting back to the ship lets us upgrade weapons and practice in the holo deck. Weapon upgrades must be unlocked first. The phasers in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova will overheat and then they must cool down.

The issues families will have with Star Trek Prodigy Supernova is violence, and more. The characters look a little small to me in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova. Yolanda even commented on that as she saw me play. The graphics looks decent in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova. There is plenty of voice acting and even some humor within Star Trek Prodigy Supernova. As we rescue crew members in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova we earn them as an assist. They will come into a battle make and attack and leave. They must be charged up first. The dash is a great way to avoid getting hit as long as it is charged up.

There is one strategy that will benefit you in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova. Keep moving. I found that I could keep moving and attack. If I got into trouble the dash is a great way to avoid getting hit. Moving also gave my phasers time to cool down. I would try to avoid overheating them as much as possible. Letting off the trigger button for a bit and moving around would let them cool down. The weapon upgrades can be handy in Star Trek Prodigy Supernova.

Star Trek Prodigy Supernova is a bit on the short side, but longer than many of the other Outright Games we have played recently. At times Star Trek Prodigy Supernova can get a bit repetitive. The puzzles can get more clever or irritating - it depends on how you look at it. I learned at one point to keep my characters in different areas of the level and swap between them. At times a character not being used would wander off from where I left them. I also ran into a glitch where the camouflage skill was not appearing. Those live streams give video proof.
- Paul


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X
Publisher: Outright Games
Developer: Tessera Studios
Rating: ‘E' - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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