Gunbrella Preview (Steam)

For this Gunbrella Preview, where we uncover the dark secrets of a gritty, tangled metropolis and battle diabolic villains with your trusty Gunbrella, a bulletproof brolly that doubles as a firearm. Our hard-nosed investigation soon becomes entangled with the inner workings of a creepy cabal of ghouls and gangsters, cops and cultists, and the fallout of corporate exploitation.

Gunbrella Preview Pros:

  • Decent graphics.
  • Download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Full controller support.
  • Graphics settings – fullscreen, window scale, screenshake, film grain, and v – sync.
  • Blood – on/off.
  • Can remap controls.
  • 3 save slots.
  • Three difficulties – Easy, normal, and hard.
  • Action shooter gameplay.
  • 2D platformer.
  • Animated backdrops.
  • Looks really cool.
  • Brilliant soundtrack.
  • In-game cutscenes.
  • The journal is used to catalog missions and ticks them off as you finish them.
  • Twin stick shooter controls.
  • Your Gunbrella can be used to dash forward and go up in the air then float in the air. Blocking with the Gunbrella can be for things like bullets and lasers but time it right and you send the bullets back.
  • You can wall jump to go higher.
  • Opening tutorial section with signposts.
  • Very tight controls.
  • Benches heal you and act as a checkpoint and save point.
  • Fast inventory system for selecting healing items as bandages fully heal and food gives bonus health.
  • The Gunbrella is integrated into the world by using it for zip lines.
  • Shooter combat.
  • On-screen button prompts.
  • Breakable objects that can contain coins.
  • Coins are the in-game currency.
  • Clear easy to read Hud.
  • Cutesy pixel art photos of characters.
  • Mission progress pops up as you complete them.
  • Feels and looks a lot like Enter the Gungeon.
  • The train is used to travel between areas and you have full control over where to go.
  • Different ammo types that you can change with the D-pad.
  • The Gunbrella dashing is multi-directional.
  • Barrels can be shot and blown up.
  • Satisfying when you nail reflections.
  • Cartoon-style blood splatters and bodies blow up and parts bounce around.
  • You can buy and sell items at shops.

Gunbrella Preview Cons:

  • The pop-up of coins especially takes up a lot of the screen obscuring your view.
  • Takes some getting used to how you traverse the world with the Gunbrella mixed with jumps and wall jumps.
  • Clicking a sign by accident has you having to click through it again with no skip button.
  • Aiming for precise shots can be a pain as you have no aiming reticule.
  • It’s not always clear who is friend or foe or what can be broken.
  • Not always great at guiding you to missions.

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Developer: Doinksoft

Publisher: Devolver Digital

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Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!