News Retro-Style Shmup FullBlast Is Making A Comeback On Switch Next Month
Previously released on Wii U eShop
Being able to place the Switch in a vertical position is very handy considering how many shoot 'em up games continue to get released on the Nintendo eShop on a regular basis. According to a PR from Ratalaika Games, the next one due out sometime in September is FullBlast by UFO Crash Games. If the name...
Nintendo Download 27th August (North America)
Sin & Punishment (twice), Runbow, FullBlast, Gotcha Racing and more
It's that time again, North American gamers, for the latest Nintendo Download Update. This week brings a Treasure double header on Wii U which is tough to resist, along with one of the Wii U eShop's most-anticipated exclusive releases from 13AM Games. Disney Infinity 3.0 is also...
Nintendo Download 4th June (Europe)
Don't Starve, Lord of Magna, Big Brains, FullBlast and much more
Another week begins, which means European gamers have Nintendo Download Update details to peruse. This week's offerings include a critically acclaimed indie title on Wii U, a shmup, another DS Virtual Console release and a promising RPG on 3DS; in addition there are a huge number of...
News FullBlast is Bringing Some Shmup Action to the European Wii U eShop Soon
Save humanity, shoot everything
Retro may be the 'new' new, but the humble shmup seems to be loved a little less than other genres, especially in terms of Wii U and 3DS releases. EnjoyUp and UFO Crash Games are hoping to fill a gap with FullBlast, however, which is making its way to the Wii U eShop; in fact, it arrives in Europe on 4th June with a...
Gallery Feast Your Eyes On FullBlast, An Old School Vertical Shooter For The Wii U
Two player action promised
Following the PEGI rating we reported on a while back, EnjoyUp Games has confirmed that it will be publishing UFO Crash Games' FullBlast on the Wii U eShop. A vertically-scrolling shooter with 3D visuals and a heavy metal soundtrack, FullBlast calls to mind the likes of Raiden, Battle Garegga and DoDonPachi. It offers...
News FullBlast Shooting for the Wii U eShop, According to PEGI Rating
Shmup previously on iOS, Android and Ouya
Earlier this week we welcomed the news that twin-stick shooter Tachyon Project is coming to the Wii U, helping fill out a genre that's somewhat under-represented on the home console's eShop. The classic vertical shoot 'em up (shmup) is also largely unfulfilled outside of the Virtual Console, but it seems...