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Author: Masters (Mod)
Posted: January 12, 2014 (09:40 AM)
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Nice review. I always thought of Psychosis as a decent game with very catchy tunes, where if you stay powered up (as in, don't die) you can quite easily one-ship it - but if you die at the wrong spots, good luck getting rolling again.

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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: January 13, 2014 (11:51 AM)
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Yeah. That's pretty much it. That was just a big thing of retro shooters. Max out your ship and you can cruise through a lot of it on one life...but one mistake and you're in major trouble. I wouldn't have liked taking on some of those bosses/mini-bosses with a weak ship. It was hard enough dodging the final bosses attacks long enough to kill it with a powered-up ship. Doing so with a weak one would have taken at least twice as long and that would not have been fun at all.

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