I wasn't sure what to expect when I loaded up Starr Mazer: DSP for the first time. I haven't played a shoot-'em-up game seriously since R-Type and Gradius III back on the SNES. After a surprisingly lengthy initial load, it booted up and I was ready to blast some aliens.
Starr Mazer was successful on Kickstarter in February last year, and will combine a traditional point-and-click adventure game with its shoot-'em-up segments. Starr Mazer: DSP is set in the same universe but focuses on the shooty goodness, with some roguelike elements added to the mix.... read more