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Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Starting on mobile before turning up on Wii U, the first Sky Force game was a decent shmup and now the sequel arrives on Switch. As you would expect, the aim of the game in Sky Force Reloaded is to blow away waves of enemy forces and take down the tricky boss characters. Soon after you boot it up the camera sweeps down and puts you straight into the action, letting you get familiar with the controls before the game begins in earnest. Once it does start however, you’ll find your craft is not quite as capable as the tutorial ship. The first level is unlikely to cause issue, but by the second one you’ll find some regular ships are a struggle to shoot down and there are hard-to-avoid attacks. The difficulty increases as the game progresses with ships firing lasers and missiles your way, bullets spiralling out from turrets and cannons unleashing powerful energy blasts. Your ship is laughably underpowered for this battle, but then you are not meant to tackle the whole game the way you started it. With each enemy destroyed, stars are released and these should be collected as much as possible in order to beef up your ship. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

They can be exchanged for weapon upgrades (main cannon, wing cannons, missiles) and increased health. This makes things easier for you, but the challenge increases as the game progresses, so you may find yourself revisiting earlier, easier levels to collect more stars. There’s a magnet ability that can be added to help with this, drawing stars to you when you get close; you can also purchase upgrades to increase its range. The ability to use special items can also be added, allowing you to pick up temporary shields, a laser and bombs to be used when you wish (each is assigned its own button on the controller). These items can also be purchased prior to a stage in exchange for more stars, should you have any left. Cards occasionally pop up that, if collected, will provide (sometimes temporary) weapon upgrades and other useful functions. Machine parts can also be found and should you get a full set you’ll be rewarded with a new ship. There are nine in total, each with different abilities, such as the Iron Clad that is 10% slower than the standard ship, but can take 50% more damage, while others can be speedy but fragile constructions.

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Luckily the upgrades you purchase are applied to all of your ships, so you can switch to whichever you think is best-suited for the current level and not worry about losing any powerful weaponry. There’s a good variety of enemy aircraft in the game as well as some ground-based trouble, such as tanks. Rockets and pulsing energy blasts also add to your troubles and there’s quite a range of different attacks you need to learn to deal with. In some instances (certainly early on) it’s easier to avoid getting into a firefight and just edge your way through the hail of bullets, although if you’re not careful this can quickly go wrong and you’ll find yourself trapped. Weaving through fire is a skill you’ll definitely call upon for one level however, as it sees your weapons disabled, forcing you to slide through gaps in steady lines of energy projectiles, while also avoiding shots from moving turrets. At first glance, it seems like Sky Force Reloaded has a lot going against it. Though it’s a vertical scrolling shoot ‘em up, arguably one of the most easily identifiable video game genres in the world, Sky Force Reloaded is a converted mobile game that released back in 2006 (one that preyed on player’s wallets with in-game purchases no less).Curvy Cougars Street UNCENSORED 

Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Yet, I’ve sunk 16 hours into this game’s grind already, and I’m not planning on stopping anytime soon. Like other games in the genre, Sky Force Reloaded has players fly through predetermined levels inhabited by enemies that attack from the sea, land, and sky. Initially, the player’s ship is incredibly weak. It explodes in a few hits and has to blast every foe, even the weaker ones, a few times to destroy them. It’s unlikely anyone will make it through the first stage on their first or even second try. Perhaps not even their third. But every enemy destroyed yields stars, the game’s currency. After missions, regardless of whether it was a success or failure, these stars can be used to upgrade the ship. Early on, the player will only be able to afford upgrades to their primary weapon and armor, but eventually more powerful weapons, like missiles and bombs, will become available. With these upgrades the player can go further through each level, and eventually come face to face with the level’s boss. Beating the boss unlocks the next level, of which there are 15.

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Optional objectives for each level, ranging from killing every enemy in the stage to saving a certain amount of marooned allies, can be completed for additional rewards. Completing all the optional objectives for a stage unlocks the stage’s hard mode, where enemies are twice as tough but drop twice as many stars. Completing all the objectives for a stage on hard mode unlocks the stage’s insanity mode, promoting enemy numbers and power once again and increasing the star drop rate to three times as many. This system really helps with the last four stages, which are incredibly difficult even on normal difficulty. Going back to play the earliest stages on harder difficulties provides a more accessible challenge and enough stars to unlock the ship’s better upgrades. It’s then much easier to beat the final third of the game. Outside of the game’s final levels on the hard and insanity difficulties, the game’s ever-present grind never feels overbearing. Going back to replay old missions usually isn’t all that difficult, as the steady acclimation of upgrades makes the player’s ship a powerhouse in comparison to how it started. UNCHARTED Legacy of Thieves Collection

Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Those early troublesome foes become gnats that are easily swatted aside. Grabbing all those extra stars will give the player just enough of a competitive edge for the end of the game. Growth is slow at the beginning, but it’s not long before the player starts seeing regular rewards for their efforts. The decision to drop the mobile version’s in-game currency was a smart choice. That initial hump the player faces on the first two stages is just frustrating enough that it might have led plenty of gamers to buy a few hundred stars and quickly outfit their ship. As is, pushing through that opening hardship provides just enough inspiration to continue working towards the game’s goal. And by that point, the gameplay itself has become compelling enough that the player really doesn’t want to stop. There is a story in Sky Force Reloaded, but it’s pretty barebones. The player takes on the role of heroic pilots sent out on missions against a grumpy woman who’s so stereotypically evil, she’s practically a caricature. And that’s pretty much it.

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A commander provides brief moments of narration at the beginning and end of every mission to give some purpose as to why the player is flying where they are flying, but it’s awfully tempting to just start skipping her briefings and debriefs halfway through the game. There’s absolutely no substance to the narrative. The game doesn’t need a detailed story, though. The gameplay is fun, easy to learn, and difficult to master. It has the groundwork for a great shoot ‘em up even without a story. In fact, the story is so dull, I almost wish the developers had just chosen to ditch the premise entirely. I don’t need to be told that I should stop the bad lady when she finishes her monologue on world domination with a sinister chuckle. That’s kind of implied. Moments after booting this up, the player is thrown into the fray, immediately setting up the tone for the rest of the experience, which, in one word, is ‘simple.’ The ship spits bullets with the simple push of a button, the analogue simply moves it around and… and that’s about it, simply put. Simple! Everything works as intended, the controls let you move with ease and accuracy, and everything is visually attractive, if a little too forgettable.

While the whole thing is kind of slower than usual than is to be expected from an introductory scene, the problem is that that this actually isn’t one. Similar to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Sky Force Reloaded begins with a fully equipped vehicle that soon gets stripped of its power. From there on, the task will be to complete a bunch of levels, and gather the necessary resources along the way, in order to get upgraded, and thus be able to reach the end of this old-school shmup quest. This leads to what this is all about: grinding. Now, this has become a buzzword of everything bad in gaming, and, to be perfectly honest, rightly so. However, this has been implemented in such a way here that’s it’s actually the main source of fun. You see, while this is definitely a finely-crafted, decent shooter, it’s just that – decent. There are no new mechanics to be found in here. It’s almost as if 1942 has gotten an HD upgrade, and that’s it. In other words, grinding for upgrades feels like a blessing, as there’s not much else to do. There is literally tons of stuff to unlock: stars, which are the coins that can be used for purchasing upgrades.

Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Sky Force Reloaded Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

cards that provide permanent or temporary boosts; gems that activate co-pilots that help out in a specific way; power-ups like energy shields, bombs, and lasers; and parts that are used to craft new vehicles. Finally, each stage has four objectives, which are pretty standard stuff, like save all humans, or destroy all enemies, which in turn provide medals that are required to unlock stages to play – plus there are four difficulty settings per stage. SteamWorld Dig is the game that put Image & Form on the map for most people. It was my first experience with them and I loved it when I played it on the Vita. At the time I didn’t own a 3DS but I’ve gone on to getting the original SteamWorld Dig on every platform through the years. In fact it has been nearly 5 years since it debuted on the eShop on 3DS as well. SteamWorld Dig has you play as Rusty who is a steam powered robot looking for his forgotten uncle in a mine. While obviously pretty barebones compared to SteamWorld Dig 2 which is beyond amazing, this is still worth playing although it is a step back in almost every aspect. I was obviously super happy when this was announced for the Switch because it did feel weird having SteamWorld Heist and Dig 2 but not the original Dig on the platform.  Sherlock Holmes and The Hound of The Baskervilles Switch NSP

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