Review Starlink: Battle for Atlas - A Decent Space Romp Cluttered with Plastic
Toys that aren't so lively
The toys-to-life fad that fuelled the likes of Disney Infinity, Lego Dimensions, and Skylanders died out years ago, didn’t it? Apparently not, because here we are in 2018 with a brand new product line on the market. Starlink: Battle for Atlas, from French behemoth Ubisoft, releases alongside a slew of physical space...
About The Game
You choose your pilot, hull, wings and weapons, combine them to build a custom starship and lock it into place atop your game controller. As you pilot your way to a nearby planet within the Atlas Star System, you sense you’re not alone. Suddenly, three enemy ships emerge from a nearby astreroid field and it becomes very clear you are not welcome. You try to fight them off, but realize your current loadout isn’t working in this situation. You make a lightning-fast decision, swap out your wings and weapons on the fly and re-engage, as another epic battle begins to save the galaxy from Grax and the Forgotten Legion.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas is an all-new action-adventure game developed by Ubisoft Toronto. This deep, open-world space saga features Smart Building Technology empowering players to assemble and customize real-world physical starships. Each part attached to the starship appears instantly in-game and players can experiment with different pilot abilities, weapon types, and status effects and unleash devastating combos upon their enemies.
With Skykanders and Disney out of the toy for life gaming this is very welcomed by me. It's Starships!! The price of the toys will be a factor lets hope they can keep then down. Cant wait to set some on my desk. I will be awhile with late 2018 window.
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