Space Invaders Invincible Collection Review (Nintendo Switch)
Our Space Invaders Invincible Collection Review welcomes back One of the most important arcade classics in video game history, 11 masterpieces from the arcade specialist TAITO are in one great collection. Space Invaders attained its iconic status in video game history through the times in the game arcades. And until today, people know the invaders not only from the ever-growing video game series but also as a part of pop culture.
Space Invaders Invincible Collection Review Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- 1.1GB download size.
- Online leaderboards.
- Classic Shmup gameplay.
- Ten games in one – Space Invaders original, Space Invaders color, Space Invaders part 2, Lunar rescue, Space Cyclone, Majestic 12, Super Space Invaders 91, Space Invaders DX, Space Invaders Extreme, and Space Invaders Gigamax 4 SE.
- Included as an additional download: Arkanoid vs Space Invaders (2016)
- How to play section on the games will boot up a manual complete with images.
- 1 – 2 player local multiplayer. (take turns)
- The best scores for each game are shown on the game selection screen.
- Brief bio of each game.
- Every game is available to play in normal or challenge modes.
- 3 screen sizes – dot by dot, standard, and fit.
- Can rebind controls.
- Game settings (per game) – Scanlines, game start SFX, UFO counter, and player units.
- Can rotate the screen including TATE mode.
- Quicksave and quick load.
- Excellent game experience.
- Each game feels unique.
Space Invaders Invincible Collection Review Cons:
- No touchscreen.
- Cannot do auto fire.
- It’s not as lavish as it could be.
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Space Invaders Invincible Collection:
Developer: InIn Games
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- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
Space Invaders is one of the first games that gets mentioned when you talk about retro gaming, it’s a classic and has many many iterations and revamps over the years. Here we have a collection that boasts the best of those iterations and revamps. It’s a tall order but they do a good job of not only the vast collection but the fact that they go a little bit further by having a short bio of the game along with release date and best scores. Online leaderboards mean the replay value is there, the local multiplayer is a nice touch but it is a hot seat take turns kinda deal and no o line multiplayer is here. I loved having all the games in one handy collection and they play really well, the game settings are not plentiful but are meaningful because I mean, who doesn’t want a quick save and reload feature? Flipping the screen around is one for the purists and the game does look good. At the end of the day, this collection is the definitive Space Invaders collection and a must for retro gamers and the curious.