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Tachyon Project Review

Tachyon Project Review (Dual Stick Shooter)
tachyon-project-cover Platforms: Xbox One (Later release on PC, PS 4, PS Vita and Wii U) Developer: Eclipse Games Publisher: Eclipse Games Genre: Dual Stick Shooter US Release: July 15th, 2015 Reviewed On: Xbox One  
ith the release of Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions and Ultratron last year, the popular dual-stick shooter genre is well and alive and with Tachyon Project, developer Eclipse Games wants to not only add another clone to the table, but specifically add some new features and mix up the fun a bit. You play as Ada, a program that is designed to hack into the most secure servers on Earth. While still in testing, you are set free into the internet. Ada is conscience and wants to find out what happened to her creators, or parents as she calls them. The action on-screen and the levels you have to complete, represent her journey of hacking and fighting programs to find out the truth. In-between levels, the story is told with hand drawn comic-book-style cut scenes and gives you context to every new section of the game. As simple as it is, it's a nice touch and a unique way  to present a game in this genre. The Story mode consists of 10 levels, with 6 waves each.

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