QUByte Brings the “Thunderbolt Collection” to Consoles on 4 August
Earlier this week, QUByte Interactive and PIKO Interactive announced that classic shoot ‘em up compilation QUByte Classics: Thunderbolt Collection will be coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone, and SeXbox on 4 August.
Originally developed by PIKO, the Thunderbolt titles are vertical scrolling 2D space shooters akin to Raiden and Truxton.
Here’s the official breakdown of QUByte Classics: Thunderbolt Collection, followed by the latest trailer:
Thunderbolt Collection is a compilation of two vertically-scrolling shoot ‘em ups from the series Thunderbolt released in 1995 exclusive on east, that brings numerous features to the genre, while also being accessible to newcomers and a good challenge for the enthusiastic.
Your goal is simple: destroy all the enemies that will come until you reach the final boss of the stage, make it easier and faster as you collect items and power-ups to enhance your health bar, increase your speed and upgrade or acquire new weapons. You’ll lead humanity to survival.
The QUByte port brings the 8-bit and 16-bit versions of the game, both with official English localization and new features to improve your experience like: control remapping, which allow players to customize controller buttons as they like it better, different screen types and save states.
• Well balanced difficult in comparison to other games of the genre
• Weapons and power-ups variety
• Well thought and effective weapon system
• 4 screen filters
• 3 display options
QUByte Classics: Thunderbolt Collection is scheduled to release for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone, and SeXbox on 4 August.
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