AIRHEART - Tales of broken Wings
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Airheart presents an interesting idea with hints of brilliance, but fails to deliver a game with staying power. Whilst the upgrade system is satisfying, it's let down by repetitive gameplay and UI issues that get in the way even when playing with the endearing crafting system.
Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings is a game whose crafting mechanic is a lot more interesting than the rest of the gameplay. It doesn't feel broken, it just feels like the flying gameplay is secondary to the inventive crafting.
Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings has potential but without a solid story powering it forward and lots of tedious grinding, you'll struggle to see it through to the end. While the game is visually stunning and at least exciting in principle, Airheart never quite takes flight.
Airheart: Takes of Broken Wings is an enjoyable twin-stick shooter if you are looking for a colorful grind through the skies.
AirHeart is a haunting game with some game's mechanics offering many hours of flight, but this is unfortunately at the cost of some repetitiveness. The possibility of making crafts and customize your plane allows you to have a gear that adapts to the way you play. The history is not unforgettable but the music that will accompany you throughout your trip deserve this rise.
Review in French | Read full review
An enjoyable rogue-lite twin-stick shooter.
Airheart will appeal to those who enjoy learning a game's systems by trial and error. The bizarre-sounding concept of skyfishing is ridiculous when first seen, but quickly feels almost natural.
A game that has good ideas and will make us enjoy thanks to the beauty of its scenery and its great soundtrack. Sadly, the game seems repetitive and the excessive time we'll have to spend collecting makes the magic of the title in other facets disappear.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
There's certainly some roguelike fun to be had in Airheart – Tales of Broken Wings, especially for fans of twin-stick shooters and classic arcade action. Unfortunately, the elements outside of skyfishing and dogfighting are more of an interference than an enhancement, and they may put you off this game before you're able to get to the good stuff.
In the end, Blindflug Studios have created a nice and really enjoyable little gem in Airheart. It's fun, addictive, and blends in together two genres in a nice way that provides a different experience from the usual shoot 'em up games available on Ps4. If twin-stick shooters are your thing, and you like some roguelike in your shoot 'em up, then you should definitely try this one!