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  • Summary: Bezier is a twin-stick blaster set inside a vast computer built deep underground. The story traces the principal's escape from this "Noah's Ark" gone wrong. A simple shooter on the surface, the deeper narrative pulls in his relationship between evolution and god, family and love. TheseBezier is a twin-stick blaster set inside a vast computer built deep underground. The story traces the principal's escape from this "Noah's Ark" gone wrong. A simple shooter on the surface, the deeper narrative pulls in his relationship between evolution and god, family and love. These themes question his motives, force him to confront what is real, and lead him to salvation.

    Powered by BezierSynth technology, traditional rendering is renounced in favour of a fluid aesthetic guided by story elements and player interaction, while an 80 minute soundtrack blends together orchestra, synthesizers and many ethnic instruments to drive the drama through fifteen dynamic game zones.
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  1. 80
    There are many cool moments and secrets throughout Bezier that make it more special than just an ordinary shooter, not to mention the fantastic soundtrack. As addictive as it is, though, I’m not sure it’s worth £20 for what is still quite a short game, especially as the original’s on Steam for just £7. There are more difficulty modes, an Endurance mode, a Daily Challenge that’s tied into a fun fact about the date, and plenty of secrets to find, but Bezier’s not a game you’re going to play for hours upon hours. A short, memorable, replayable experience isn’t a bad thing, though, and the game’s as fun as it is weird, which is a lot.
  2. Jan 20, 2021
    80
    Bezier: Second Edition may hit or miss with its strange narrative, but push that aside and there’s a dazzling arcade shooter in there. Twitchy reflexes and a keen eye are needed if you’re to reach those high scores.
  3. Jan 29, 2021
    70
    Bezier Second Edition is a great twin-stick shooter, that should be an essential purchase for fans of arcade high score chasing. It is a bit light on content though, so I'd perhaps recommend holding out for a sale before picking it up.
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  1. Jan 25, 2021
    8
    This is a really fun, polished, well made game. Your ship controls well and the sound and visuals are very nice too. It only takes 15-20This is a really fun, polished, well made game. Your ship controls well and the sound and visuals are very nice too. It only takes 15-20 minutes to finish a 5-level run through, which makes it a perfect game to play in short bursts. My biggest concern is that once you have finished this game maybe 10 times(?) there is little incentive to keep playing through unless you are a high score junkie. Recommended for twin stick shooter fans! Expand
  2. May 5, 2022
    7
    Da ist ein Auge im Computer; Grafik, Sound und "storytelling" passen gefällig zueinander. Im Sale zuschlagen.