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With its intriguing blend of tranquil exploration and tough, bullet hell boss fights, ITTA is a unique experience and a damn good game.
Bullet-hell games aren't often known for melancholic narratives and exploration at a sedate-pace, but ITTA isn't your usual bullet-hell experience. This is a top-down adventure that will appeal to fans of Hyper Light Drifter: Special Edition, Titan Souls and the like, one full of confident storytelling and very challenging bullet hell bosses. While its difficulty curve can wildly fluctuate, making it less than palatable to genre newbies, those with a taste for danger who want a new bullet-hell extravaganza might just find their new obsession.
ITTA feels like a game made for the hardcore, bullet-hell obsessives out there that's friendly for less hardcore players who want to experience the story. It's short, and not quite perfect on Switch, but it's a strong game nonetheless.
ITTA's not a game-changing masterpiece, but it has tight design and wonderfully crafted aesthetics in a world of hope, despair, and bullet-hell.
All in all, ITTA is a recommended indie game with pleasing visuals and with tough bosses offering satisfying finishers.
ITTA could be a beloved and exciting game among the indie titles. However, the developer didn’t use the game’s potential and settled with a simple game. Yet still, with a smooth gameplay and mysterious environment, the game can bring an enjoyable 4-hour experience for adventure fans
Review in Persian | Read full review
ITTA may not quite hit the levels its obvious ambition aspired to, but it still provides an enjoyable weekend distraction for bullet-hell fans.
ITTA is an excellent Bullet-Hell game that presents everything we want from such games, the experience may be short and limited in some aspects, but you will have an interesting and nerve-wracking time with each boss fight.
Review in Arabic | Read full review
Seeing their health meters drop both galvanizes your resolve and heightens your dread; yes, you're edging closer to victory, but your opponent is about to ramp their attack up to 11. The 18 total bosses each present a unique and satisfying challenge, and if you find any of them too daunting, you can increase your damage by 2x or even turn on invulnerability. Fans of tough, bullet-hell style action sequences will be able to slake their thirst here, but don't go into it expecting much more than a solid boss rush.
Twin-stick shooter fans who are up for a challenge will have a literal blast toppling ITTA's dozen and a half challenging bosses.