Review: Capsule Force (PS4)

Battle for control of the galaxies in this frantic multiplayer action game straight out of a 1980s space anime! Blast shots, dodge energy beams, and deflect projectiles as you race your tram into the opposing team’s base! Grab the capsule to capture the galaxy before your enemy captures theirs!


  • Chunky pixel graphics.
  • 1980s space anime presentation.
  • 9 Trophies.
  • Simple 3 button control scheme.
  • 4 Player local play.
  • Fast loading times.
  • Solo mode-Missions based where you have to destroy targets as fast as possible and earn a grade. Over 30 missions to unlock.
  • Solo mode-additional modes unlock-Target,Danger zone,Dash and advanced target practice.
  • 4 Characters to choose from.
  • Unlock alternate costumes for characters and concept art.
  • Easy to pick up but hard to master.
  • 8 Stages.
  • VS Mode- Like Tug O War in many ways. You must get on a platform which takes you to your capsule, First person to pick up the capsule wins.


  • Menu music gets old fast as it is on constant loop.
  • Back out of any menu and it basically reboots the game.
  • No leaderboards.
  • No online mode in VS.

Capsule Force is a really smart little game. I started off playing the solo mode which is good but man it will test your patience as you try and beat the level faster and faster, Learning everything in the level. VS mode is where the game opens up and elevates itself in so many ways. The whole idea of having to not only kill your friends, But also get on your platform and protect your position, Its so much to take in! In short it is well worth buying for its local multiplayer and it is a solid single player but you could easily tire of it. A must buy for local play!

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!

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