I feel the game is quite balanced, and not excessively hard unless you choose the higher difficulties. It's less about skill and memorizing the levels and more about grinding to upgrade your ship. Review: Sky Force Reloaded is a bullet hell shmup that combines the shooting action with that genre with an RPG-esque upgrade system that encourages grinding to … The ability to use special items can also be added, allowing you to pick up temporary shields, a laser and bombs to be used when you wish (each is assigned its own button on the controller). Certain medals can be obtained with ease, such as the 70 percent one that you’ll usually get as a side-effect of clearing (or nearly clearing) a stage. Looks great guys, always room for SHUMPS <3. Once it does start however, you’ll find your craft is not quite as capable as the tutorial ship. I would've liked more variety with stage locations, and some more background music tracks (the tracks are good, there's just not quite enough). I may have missed it (skimmed some of the verbose text) but does this game have multiplayer like the PS4 version of Anniversary does? Strikers 1945 1+2, gunbird, zero gunner 2 all better than this. As well as popping bullets, there are zinging lasers, streaking missiles and rockets are fired with suitable oomph. I only started playing Sky Force Anniversary a few months back, and because of the fun i had with that, Sky Force Reloaded was a day one buy. Looking forward to it! With RXN -Raixin- (exclusive), Gunbird, Strikers 1945 I&II, Zero Gunner 2- (all basically current-gen exclusives where the old versions can be expensive), Dimension Drive (console exclusive?) I'd agree with 8/10. Features like online tournaments and a co-op mode are included. Sky Force Reloaded is a top-down shoot 'em up In the spirit of the classic arcade blasters, captured with modern visuals and design. For Sky Force Reloaded on the Nintendo Switch, GameFAQs has 1 review. Players: 1-2 Co-Op (Local). It's pretty, but I don't like the idea of grinding in a shmup... they are short and repetitive enough as it is. Sky Force Reloaded is the spirit of the classic arcade shoot ‘em ups, captured with modern visuals and design. Very awesome to have this for Switch now. Sky Force Reloaded launched about 3 weeks ago and I still can’t get enough of the vertical shooter. Your ship is laughably underpowered for this battle, but then you are not meant to tackle the whole game the way you started it. Some levels have clouds off to the side, obscuring the action if you head in there but on occasion being your best chance for survival. Played Reloaded half to death on mobile. Taking heavy inspiration from Capcom’s 1942 line of arcade classics, Sky Force Reloaded has you blasting your way through waves of enemy forces as you fly across various landscapes. //