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  • Summary: Pilot your craft to hack through an evolving set of punishing enemies, deadly lasers, and other fiendish obstacles as you attempt to take down an unrelenting security mainframe to take out the system’s AI, and cement your place on the leaderboard.
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 5
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  1. Aug 8, 2017
    90
    With the lovely visuals, stunning soundtrack and ‘just one more go’ attitude it comes with, GRIDD: Retroenhanced is well worth a hit.
  2. Jul 26, 2017
    83
    The '80s aesthetics of GRIDD: Retroenhanced isn't probably the most original, but Antab Studio managed to create an excellent arcade shooter working from those stereotypes up, adding a deep gameplay and a strong personality. As Ronald Reagan used to say, "easy to learn, difficult to master"!
  3. Jul 23, 2017
    80
    GRIDD: Retroenhanced nails the retro-futuristic '80s sci-fi atmosphere, with gorgeous neon visuals and a great electro soundtrack. And the gameplay is very satisfying too, thanks to shoot 'em up mechanics that require us to think about when shooting at everything that moves or approaching enemies in other ways.
  4. Jul 31, 2017
    80
    GRIDD: Retroenhanced is an excellent cyberpunk shoot 'em up for anyone looking for a fast and stylish title, inspired by movies like TRON. Well done, Antab Studios.
  5. Jul 27, 2017
    70
    Antab's GRIDD: Retroenhanced is a solid rail shooter with slick retro-esque visuals and a catchy synthwave soundtrack from Dream Fiend. Rail shooters are slightly limited compared to traditional shmups and twin-stick shooters, but they certainly provide a feel all their own. GRIDD could benefit from a bit more content and polish. Still, it should easily appeal to fans of rail shooters like Starfox and Panzer Dragoon.