Welcome to our Straimium Immortaly review. A unique game that takes on more than one genre, Straimium Immortaly offers gamers an adventure that’s unlike any other.
- Straimium Immortaly
- Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC
- Reviewed On: PlayStation 4
- Developer: Anthony Case
- Publisher: Caiysware/Digerati
- Multiplayer: None
- Available: December 18th, 2019
- Price: £9.49 (U.K) $11.99 (U.S)
- Age Rating: PEGI 7 (U.K) M (U.S)
- Review Code Provided
Straimium Immortaly will have you working your way through Cubicus, the game’s very complex maze. It’s so complex that a key part of the game is pretty much exploration. Making up this huge maze is a number of different rooms of varying uses from shops to boss portal rooms and so much more. This wide variety of rooms certainly is a strong point for this game as it prevents it from getting stale after an hour of playing.
The main objective of Straimium Immortaly is to collect four keys from four different bosses at the end of each run and use them to open up a door at the end of the maze to take on the game’s main boss.
Fighting the enemies is a challenge in itself as rooms can often be packed full of them and quick thinking is often required to safely clear out a run without being killed. The boss fights present a bit more of a challenge and therefore skill is definitely required, but so long as you pay attention to their attack and defense patterns they’re easily manageable.
Aiding you in your fight are a basic gun, special weapons, and a range of abilities. The main gun is the permanent go-to weapon that will be doing most of the dirty work, whilst the special weapon uses up mana and therefore should be used when the time is right rather than wasted on simple enemies. There are many types of main weapons and special weapons that you’ll come across as you play through the game.
The abilities are helpful things that help you get through the game itself rather than take down enemies quicker. For example, there’s one that allows you to dash across the screen providing you with temporary invisibility and even one that allows you to quickly get from one side of the screen to the other whilst its frozen.
A really strong part of Straimium Immortaly is its graphics which you may love or hate depending on your preferences. Personally I find them to be absolutely stunning thanks to the color pallet used which consists of a lot of bright colors and black. The pixel art style also helps add t the charm tremendously.
Straimium Immortaly is one of those hidden gems in a sea of indie titles that don’t always succeed in being impressive enough to be cared about. It’s got difficulty to it, but at the same time, it’s a lot of fun and at its low price it is definitely worth considering.
That concludes our Straimium Immortaly review. To purchase the game on PlayStation 4 check out the link below.