Xenoraptor – The review

XenoRaptor is a frantic and frenzied twin-stick shooter, pitting ridiculously armed space dragons against an interstellar armada. Strip your defeated foes of their parts to assemble the ultimate weapon. From evasive teleporting and defensive mines, to railguns, tractor beams, and mind control, XenoRaptor is bullet-hell action with countless tactical possibilities.

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Cool little game developed by a Spanish team Stage Clear Studios.
You Travel through space, using your radar to detect enemy and of course destroy them. Along your route you will find upgrades and bonus to help you go through the different levels. Be careful, if you fire for too long without taking coolers, you will be stuck and have to wait for your gun to reactivate.

Concept is fun and entertaining like you would experience on mobile. But for those who loses patience, you would find this game a tight repetitive.
I found it pleasant to play on the Nintendo Switch.

Xenoraptor
3.4 / 5 OG Score
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Pros
Easy game play
Intense Fights
Decent size of Map
Plenty of Targets to shoot
360 navigation
Cons
Can be repetitive (boring?)
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What We Think
Good Entertaining game if you are a fan of the type of game play. If you are not familiar with it, it can be frustrating and boring when you play the first levels
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I am passionate about “Heroic Fantasy” and “Beat Them all” games on Nintendo Game System (I hate SEGA). Now that I am old, I love retro gaming, since I don’t have much time. Feels good to watch endings though…

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