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Kero Blaster

AGM PLAYISM, Studio Pixel
Nov 11, 2015 - PC
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

74

Top Critic Average

53%

Critics Recommend

GamingTrend
70 / 100
DualShockers
8.5 / 10
Nintendo Life
8 / 10
NEOsite
6 / 10
CGMagazine
7.5 / 10
VGChartz
7 / 10
Gamers Heroes
7 / 10
PS4Blog.net
8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Kero Blaster

Kero Blaster proves that going back to a genre's roots can be a refreshing experience. While marred by a sense of strict linearity and some barren background elements, it's a treat for those that want a solid run-and-gun title.

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Kero Blaster does feel much smaller and less monumental than Daisuke’s previous game Cave Story, but is a well crafted title nonetheless. While there sometimes are a few control problems with the DualShock 4, and the game is too short, the nuance in the level design, story, and soundtrack make Kero Blaster worth playing for 2D platfomer and Pixel fans. Cave Story this is not, but Kero Blaster is crafted just as well, and proves how talented of a developer Daisuke “Pixel” Amaya is.

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Four years on, and Kero Blaster is just as engaging and rewarding as it was when Pixel first unleashed from within the Japanese indie scene. It doesn't just look like the classics that made the genre such a pillar of gaming three decades ago, it confidently recreates the deep mechanical prowess of Contra and its ilk, with just a sprinkling of modern persistent systems to make it more palatable to newcomers and replayable far beyond those first few hours of froggy firefights.

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Pixel made a fun game, but it requires some fixes. It is worth a chance, but you should wait for a discount.

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At $10, Kero Blaster is pushing it in terms of justifying its price point, but there's no denying that it's a silly, well-crafted little game that feels good and oozes charisma.

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It has an artistic simplicity and mechanical purity reminiscent of Bill Rizer, Simon Belmont, and the Blue Bomber.

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Kero Blaster is a blast from the past full of charm and challenge. Though it may not be the longest adventure around, those that take the time to master Kerotan’s slippery controls will have quite the adventure with Cat and Frog Inc.

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PS4Blog.net

Tracey
8 / 10
PS4Blog.net

I do recommend giving Kero Blaster a go, especially if you're up for a challenge! If you want to 100% the game, you'll need to complete its regular mode along with its two bonus modes, one of which even remixes stages while adding new content to the experience! Sure, there is no Platinum trophy, but this is one of those games where if you can 100% its trophy list you'll proudly display it in your profile! Can you do a no death run? You better learn all of your enemies weaknesses and memorize the layout of every level!

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