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[PlayStation 5] Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris Review

[PlayStation 5] Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris Review
EdEN
  • On April 22, 2024

Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris from eastasiasoft and Illogic Games is an action-packed shoot ‘em up on PS5. Check our Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris review!

 

Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris from eastasiasoft and Illogic Games is an action-packed shoot ‘em up on PlayStation. It’s a 3D adventure of the vertical variety that features a cast of anthropomorphic characters alongside humans. It’s set in the titular planetary system of Venaries that has certainly seen better days. The game offers 10 stages to take on and three different pilots to choose from. You’ll need to make some choices along the way that will change the path you take and how your character’s story develops. Oh, and each stage is procedurally generated, so you won’t be able to learn the movement and attack patterns of the enemies you’ll run into.

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You can play either the game’s Story Mode or the Endless Mode. For Story Mode, you’ll be playing as Max the Racer, Kath the Engineer, and A.J. the Detective as you try to dismantle the evil Syndicate that is terrorizing the citizens, all while the corrupt planetary administration does nothing to stop them. As expected, for Endless Mode, you’ll be working on playing for as long as possible as you travel further and further while collecting crates and trying to survive.

 

You’ll get to learn the basics during the game’s tutorial. You’ll pilot your ship with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, firing your primary weapon with the X button. Pressing the Circle button will fire your secondary weapon. Do know that your secondary weapon has a limited ammo count, and you’ll need to wait for that weapon to reload or grab a power-up to reload it right away.

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As you defeat enemies l, they will leave behind coins for you to collect. These are important since you can spend them at Little Micah & Steven’s Workshop. While there, you can pay to have your ship repaired. Coins can also be spent to attach additional weapons to the front, side, or center front of your ship. Maybe a pair of lasers can help you get the job done? Or perhaps some homing missiles can help you progress a bit further on your mission to bring down the Syndicate.

 

Since having additional weapons equipped will use extra energy, you’ll also have to upgrade the generator to prevent overload. There’s also the option of improving your secondary weapon, boosting your armor to establish how much damage you can take before going boom. Then you have your shields, which absorb damage before you start to lose some of your armor. The better the shield you have on your ship, the more damage it can absorb as you try to dodge as many attacks as possible while destroying the many enemies out to get you.

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The game features a full trophy with a Platinum trophy waiting for you. And since this is a Cross-Buy title, if you own a PlayStation 5 console, you can download the PS4 and PS5 versions, and each one will have its own trophy list. Each of said lists will have 4 Bronze trophies, 3 Silver trophies, and 10 Gold trophies for you to work on. The objectives include defeating 100, 500, and 1,000 Syndicate enemies, defeating each of the bosses in the game, beating the game with all three characters, collecting 5 and 15 crates in a single Endless run, and traveling 5,000 and 10,000 meters in a single Endless run. If you need some extra help, you can check out this Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris Trophy Guide.

 

Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris is an action-packed vertical shoot ‘em up. As one of three different pilots, you’ll need to give it your all as you go up against the evil Syndicate that is wreaking havoc in the titular planetary system. Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris is available as a Cross-Buy title, so your $9.99 purchase will allow you to download both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions of the game at no extra cost, and each one will have a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy for you to work on.

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Disclaimer
This Flightpath: Adventures in Venaris review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by eastasiasoft.

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