Shoot-themed games’ em up indeed become one of the genres that challenge as well as stimulating adrenaline. How not, you alone must face the enemy that continually appears on the screen that also rains you with a sea of bullets that must also be avoided.
But it doesn’t just stop at the shoot ’em up, this X-Morph: Defense game gives you additional challenges (or can be called help) by adding tower defence elements to the game. So, in addition to an action game, you are also asked to play with elements of real-time strategy.
This game also has an abundant element of strategy improvisation and customization where you can choose a lot of weapons for your aircraft as well as various tower variants that you can install as your reinforcements to survive. And even you can change the existing environment to your advantage, thanks to the dynamic world technology where you can make buildings collapse or destroy bridges to banish enemies.
This special edition will even have a steel case packaging for the Day One edition. And because this is a Complete Edition, you won’t just get the game base later. But also three premium DLCs that have been released are European Assault, Survival of the Fittest and The Last Bastion.
This game itself has a story mode that you can complete alone through 4 different levels of difficulty. Where in addition to playing against waves of enemies, you will also fight a variety of bosses with massive sizes which unquestionably come with a variety of challenges.
Or for you who don’t want to play alone. You can also invite your friends to play through split-screen multiplayer, which is certainly something that is rare for games now and is far better than online multiplayer.
This alone makes X-Morph: Defense feels unique and challenging to master. And for those of you who have played it or haven’t even tried it, especially on Playstation 4, there’s good news. Because SCRYsoft and EXOR Studios will release a physical version of X-Morph: Defense Complete Edition for the Southeast Asian market on July 2, 2020, so don’t go too far!