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Vostok Inc.

Rating Summary

Based on 27 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

70

Top Critic Average

63%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Jul 27, 2017
Xbox OneJul 25, 2017
PCJul 26, 2017
PlayStation Vita2017

Developer: Nosebleed Interactive

Publisher: Badland Games

Genre: Action

The Wolf of Wall Street... with lasers You’re the newly appointed CEO of Vostok Inc. As a greedy, space-capitalist your ultimate goal is to get filthy, stinking, rich! First you’ll need to raise some start-up capital by twin-stick blasting enemies, asteroids and anything else that gets in your way. Once you’ve collected enough moolah it’s time to land on planets and start mining, terraforming and colonising. Use that extra moolah to upgrade your ship, craft weapons and build more planetside business enterprises to rake make even more moolah! With your pockets overflowing, you’ll be able to expand beyond our solar system, across more than 40 planets, recruiting managers, playing awesome retro inspired mini-games, fighting evil bosses and listening to a thumping customisable synth soundtrack along the way, all the while letting the (you guessed it!) MOOOLAHHH!!! roll in. Vostok Inc. … Live rich and be prosperous!
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Clickers meet twin-sticks in a game that will eat your time like no other.

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One of the few surprises on this summer. A interesting videogames that may be too repetitive, but still entertains.

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Vostok Inc. is pretty good, but the grind does become frustrating; however, it's easier to put in short periods of time on the go, eventually leading you to amass that huge galactic empire, so the Switch is a very suitable host.

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A mental genre mash-up that fuses the best of idle clickers with actual gameplay mechanics, Vostok Inc probably should come with a health warning. This may not be the best twin-stick shooter you'll play on the PlayStation 4, but by mixing and matching mechanics from different titles it unleashes a beast that's greater than the sum of its parts. Play responsibly – but most importantly, play.

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