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Astro Duel Deluxe

Astro Duel Deluxe

nintendo-switch

Europe €13.99

EE. UU. $14.99

About the game:

«Astro Duel Deluxe includes new features and gameplay created for the Nintendo Switch! ASTRO DUEL DELUXE is a fun, frenetic same-screen local multiplayer party game for 1 to 6 players! Game rounds are quick and defeat is sudden as you blast enemy ships, or run over your friends' shipless pilots. (Hilarity ahead!) »
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Developers

Panic Button (@PanicButtonGame)

Genre

Party, Arcade

N° Players

up to 6 players

Release Date Nintendo Switch

Europe 01/06/2017     United States 30/05/2017


Gameplay
Nintendo Impact Gaming!

Trailer Trailer

Review

«While Astro Duel Deluxe may not have as much content compared to plenty of other Switch games available on the Switch eShop, it does have plenty of replay value when playing with friends or with CPU. So much so in fact it is a party game worth gettin»
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7/10

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FNintendo review:

«Astro Duel Deluxe is a fun, retro inspired and pleasant looking space shooter that makes use of well developed local multiplayer modes, as well as catchy little details which make this a good element on the Nintendo Switch catalogue. It falls short in terms of content and if it had an online multiplayer mode it would certainly be much more appealing, as the one-player mode can feel like it ends too quickly.»

7

God is a Geek review:

«Astro Duel Deluxe is like if Asteroids and Towerfall had a baby. It?s great fun, but the lack of modes means that you won?t be playing it for hours. It does, however, work as a great palette cleanser between races on Mario Kart and it?s another notable example of what the Switch is all about.»

7

Nintendo Life review:

«Developer Wild Rooster has offered a fast-paced, frantic multiplayer game that will have you yelling and screaming for all the right reasons. The anarchic Chaos Mode is an appreciable inclusion that, when combined with the quantity and quality of stages, earn Astro Duel the right to its deluxe name. Where it falls short on that title is the absence of a meaningful single player option (beyond duelling with AI), which the premium shift in price perhaps merited. Apart from that the retro-tastic soundtrack keeps all battles thrilling along with a smart, convenient control-scheme that makes any spare moment accessible for play. It's certainly one to consider for those seeking local multiplayer thrills on their Switch.»

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