Astebreed

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8.5 / 10.0
Jul 2, 2015

Astebreed is loaded with gorgeous graphics, intense gameplay and high replayability, making it a must have for fans of the Shmup genre.

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9.5 / 10.0
Jun 6, 2014

Seriously bursting at the seams with style and beauty from every corner, Astebreed is a must play, and will continue to be a must play long after you've beaten it.  Now if you'll excuse me, I have some more Filune ships to blow up.

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7 / 10
Sep 13, 2015

Edelweiss is to be applauded for applying modern day game design to a genus long in need of a 21st century lick, and while it might not totally rejuvenate an interest in bullet hell shooters, it would be foolish for fans of the genre to ignore a game as polished and slick as Astebreed. Granted, there's a limited audience for this type of game, and it's definitely not for the casuals, but any gamer nostalgic for the time when skill played a major factor in progression should find this a worthy challenge.

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8 / 10
Jul 20, 2015

Astebreed is a fantastic indie old school shooter that is fun for both veterans and those new to the genre

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Pierre-Yves L.

Top Critic

Jul 8, 2015

While Astebreed may be short in length, it more than makes up for it with its anime styled storytelling and quality, fast, furious action. It's another classy little indie game on the PlayStation 4 that further enhances the console's value.

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8.1 / 10.0
Jun 27, 2015

Astebreed is a must-download title for any gamer who loves shoot 'em ups.

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8.5 / 10.0
Nov 8, 2018

With as many bullet hell shmups as I’ve played over the years, including ones that have dabbled in different perspectives of various kinds, I’ve simply never played anything like Astebreed. It’s visually full of detail that you’ll blow by and struggle to appreciate as your screen is full of targets, but for all of that intensity the gameplay rarely has any hitches. Once you get the controls in order it’s smooth sailing and feels very natural, even as the game constantly shifts perspective and style on you. While I couldn’t really tell you much of anything about the story, there’s certainly one there, just since it plays out while you’re desperately trying to stay alive I’m not sure you’re really meant to digest it more than in passing. If you’ve been looking for something different and intense in a bullet hell shooter, Astebreed is a solid choice.

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9 / 10
Nov 8, 2018

If Japanese indie developer Edelweiss wasn't already on your radar, consider this your wake-up call.

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7 / 10.0
Nov 19, 2018

Astebreed is a good game that makes you see quality over quantity in a whole new light. The game is stunningly beautiful, to the point that you would mistake it for a triple-A title. However, the game is absurdly short and severely lacks in content beyond the story mode.

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