If you loved Sega in the '80s and '90s, you'll likely find Air Twister to be initially very impressive and enjoyable. It loses its flavour over time though and it's pretty repetitive but it's worth experiencing, although maybe when the price drops a little.
Overall, Air Twister is a fine arcade title. It’s initially fun to play, and its trippy fantasy visuals do a decent job of drawing you in. However, once you’ve managed to topple the final boss and are treated to the end cutscene, there really isn’t much to keep you playing or cement the game in memory. The main story mode becomes just what you grind on to afford better butt dressings. I think the fallen swan deserved better.
Air Twister isn’t a bad game – far from it – but it does nothing to genuinely impress. It looks quite nice, has a love-it-or-hate-it soundtrack, and a wide variety of modes, but the core gameplay here is disappointingly basic. So, while fans of the genre might get some enjoyment out of it, it’s hard to recommend on the whole.
SummarySoar through the sky battling against invaders in this all-new fantasy endless shooter from legendary game creator, Yu Suzuki.
Players will assume the role of Princess Arch fighting back against bizarre invaders to save their planet from destruction. They'll rain down their homing arrows to trace graceful arcs of light across beautiful,...