Broken Sky Review (Steam)
This Broken Sky Review describes how this is a fast-paced dogfighting shooter featuring unlockable planes, explosive weapons, special abilities, and Shoot ’em up madness. Responsive controls combined with super-fast air combat will have you coming back for more in your bullet-hell quest to defeat the alien takeover.
Broken Sky Review Pros:
- Nice graphics.
- 92.52MB download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Controller support.
- Run-based Shmup gameplay.
- Graphics- fullscreen, screen shake, and v-sync.
- Can Invert axis for turning.
- Over 14 different enemy types.
- Plane setup- you spend resource points on improving or customizing your plane like shields, Bombs, rapid-fire, etc. You can take Back resource points whenever you like.
- 6 Different plane types.
- Online leaderboards.
- 6 primary weapons, 6 secondary weapons, and 4 specials.
- End of a run breakdown showing survival time, kills, missions completed and any unlocks.
- You can pet the dog in the HQ.
- Combo counter.
- 2D side-on view.
Broken Sky Cons:
- You can’t quit out of a game.
- No tutorials.
- It is very hard to see far ahead.
- Getting hits on enemies is tricky.
- Slow burner especially for unlocks.
- Feels grindy.
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Broken Sky is a fast-paced dogfighting shooter featuring unlockable planes, explosive weapons, special abilities, and Shoot ’em up madness. Responsive controls combined with super-fast air combat will have you coming back for more in your bullet-hell quest to defeat the alien takeover.
Developer: Addictive 247 Games
Publisher: Addictive 247 Games
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Broken Sky is an arcade take on the roguelike genre in which you play as a airplane pilot in a 2D world and fly around and take down the enemy. For this you earn unlocks for better gear four plane and thus getting further in the game. It has a cool hub whereby you can move around, pet the dog and click on the computers that act kinda like a menu system. Gameplay wise it’s fine, I’ve seen and played many games like it and don’t see anything new or unique. The view point doesn’t allow for you to see and plan attacks accordingly which in turn makes it quite a frustrating experience. I found it all plain, Playable but no wow factor or hook to keep me coming back. Unlocks are fine but you get a set amount of points to spend on unlocks so even that becomes a tad tedious. I cannot say its a bad game as that’s not the case but its not a new challenge worth taking up either.