On Steam this July 9th, gamers will get to experience Terrian Saga: KR-17 which celebrates the gameplay and aesthetics of games that once defined an industry by incorporating righteous level design with spot-on controls and wicked weapons to take out phat bosses. Word.
In Terrian Saga: KR-17 players take control of a lone Military Drone, #17, as it mysteriously gains sentience when activated for war. Players can use an assortment of upgradable weapons including their laser, flame thrower, grenades and KR's home-skillet and guided missile J1M. Gamers must fight their way through hordes of deadly drones while exploring intricate levels to find the path that uncovers the true enemy!
Adventure across 60 boards spread over 9 themed zones
Test your mettle battling against 8 deadly bosses
Fire and guide J1M to take out hard to reach enemies, blast open new passages and explore the environments
Receive important updates and gameplay information from J1M as you play
Collect Gears to purchase Weapon Upgrades at special posts hidden throughout the game
Experience varied level design that keeps the gameplay fresh by incorporating non-linear levels that encourage exploration along with high intensity action platforming sequences
Steam Features include Achievements, Leaderboards, Stats, Trading Cards and enabled Controller Support
It’s all that and a bag of chips
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I caught this game on sale, and would recommend it if you can do the same. It is fun, but it has an unpolished feel. Some levels flow beautifully and feel really well-thought-out, while others seem to have been included just because nobody thought to cut them. Dynamics around J1M are interesting but not well executed; I spent more time grumbling about using the fidgety little thing than I did enjoying it. The controls aren't as tight or responsive as needed, but you will adjust. If you were an 80s/90s kid and recall those "99 cents for a week-long rental" games that weren't all that memorable but still fun, you'll find yourself thinking of them again when you play Terrian Saga: KR-17.
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