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Natsuki Chronicles

Rating Summary

Based on 13 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

79

Top Critic Average

83%

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General Information

Available on:PCFeb 17, 2021
PlayStation 4Feb 17, 2021
Xbox OneDec 25, 2019
Xbox Series X/SDec 25, 2019

Developer: Qute

Publisher: Rising Star Games

Genres: Arcade, Action

New dramatic horizontal shoot ’em up that takes place in the same setting as Ginga Force. An immersive story that follows protagonist Natsuki. Discover the story of her past as a rookie pilot up to present day with events that are parallel to those in Ginga Force. Story Mode alternating between past and present over 10+ stages Arcade Mode for quick action with Online Leaderboards Huge selection of customization with combinations of three weapon types, like in its predecessor Ginga Force A wide variety of equipment can be found throughout the game, making for added replay value as players add to their collection. "Bullet Trajectory Display" function, You can observe the direction of enemy bullets!

Natsuki Chronicles Critic Reviews

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Natsuku Chronicles is a seriously entertaining title, which fans of classics like Border Down and R-Type Final will absolutely lap up.

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I’m often horrible at these types of games, finding that the skill jump from easy to medium to be too much of a challenge but I found Natsuki Chronicles fares as a good starting point for beginners. In saying that, this game isn’t easy either and will require a ton of play-throughs of the same level, especially the later ones and on higher difficulties, to best determine which weapon types work the best and also your strategy. But even so, fans of the bullet hell genre should most definitely add this game to their library.

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Natsuki Chronicles is a great entry into a classic genre of games. While the somewhat stale story and overwhelming options proved more distracting than positive at times, this is ultimately a title that I will come back to many times in the future.

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Unoriginal art direction aside, Natsuki Chronicles is a thoroughly entertaining shoot ’em up that any fan of the genre should check out. Though thanks to its generosity with handing out additional credits and shields in each of its game modes, it’s even suitable for those with only a passing interest in the genre looking for a good entry point. Only players who truly wanted to follow its story will find real fault with it – everyone else will find it to be a blast from beginning to end.

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