Q-Yo Blaster Review (Xbox Series S)
This Q-Yo Blaster Review will show you why this here Q-YO Blaster is a shmup like no other, with peculiar characters, strange enemies, weapons, and many explosions. Enjoy the rudeness with weapons, special powers, and help from mystical beings. Q-YO Blaster has a nice 2d environment with detailed pixel art scenarios, varied enemies section, stages, powers, improvements, and many more.
Q-Yo Blaster Review Pros:
- 269.7MB download size.
- 1000 Gamerscore.
- Shmup gameplay.
- Local leaderboards.
- Two control types.
- Eight levels.
- Big boss fights.
- Bullet hell elements.
- Two modes-Classic and arcade extreme.
- Two difficulties-beginner or normal.
- Pick your character, 6 of them each with different stats for damage/speed/fire.
- 3 teams to add to your character-endurance, damage, or mixed.
- 2 special move choices-shield or super shot.
- Slick animations.
- Cuphead feel in terms of animation execution and play style.
- End of each level grants you one pick of a power-up like faster movement, better bullet spread, or 1 up.
- Image cutscenes.
Q-Yo Blaster Cons:
- Continuing after a game over involves pausing and continuing.
- The slowdown in places.
- No online leaderboards.
- Can’t rebind controls.
- Limited modes.
- No free play.
- Little replayability.
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Developer: Team Robot Black Hat
Publisher: Forever Entertainment
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- Graphics - 9/109/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Q yo blaster is a curios game. At its core, it’s a solid run-of-the-mill shoot ’em up. But the animation work really sets it apart with an almost pixel version of Cuphead, it all flows like a deadly cartoon designed to kick your ass. The characters are colorful and fun and I like how you create a build-in essence, choose team style and special move it’s just another layer to an already deep system. Shame about no online leaderboards or free play mode for us players who suck at shmups. All is not lost however for each completed level lets you pick a much-needed power-up or extra life to try and make life easier. I fell in love with visuals but stayed for the challenge. OK yes, the game is not full of game modes but what it does have there is a fun deep, and rewarding, and is a shmup all fans of the genre should give a serious look at.