'Fission Superstar X' Launches on PC January 31, 2019
Experience a weird, relentless solar tour in this randomly generated space rogue-lite
August 14th, 2018 -- Turbo Pelvis 3000 is proud to announce Fission Superstar X, a space ship rogue-lite in which it is your mission to deliver a "superstar" nuclear bomb to Earth while fighting off everyone who tries to stop you, is set to launch January 31st, 2019 on Steam!
Fission Superstar X takes place in a wacky version of the solar system, featuring nine unlockable ships, over 100 different crew members from humans to space bears, 64 different weapons both mundane and insane, over 20 different environments, and over 70 different enemy types including scavengers, fascist space cats, and giant insects. You'll fight your way through over 20 different environments and face off against giant bosses on your journey through the solar system.
Fight using ranged and up-close weaponry while dodging and blocking attacks with your shield. Manage your ship to assemble the perfect crew and install the most destructive weapons, but be prepared to make some difficult decisions along the way – do you repair a damaged component, heal a wounded member of the crew, or upgrade your stats? Do you dock at a station and spend time dodging an angry Planetoid or skip that stop for an easier run through a colorful space aurora? It's up to you to decide the best course of action! When a giant insect shrimp gives you a beating on Saturn, just hit the detonate button and blow up your nuclear superstar – that will show them! You will die a lot in Fission Superstar X, and that will only make your eventual victory taste that much sweeter!
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Fission Superstar X will launch January 31st, 2019 on Windows PC for $14.99. An Xbox One release is also in the works for release in 2019.
About Turbo Pelvis 3000 inc.
Turbo Pelvis 3000 inc. is an indie game studio based in Québec, Canada that specializes in arcade rogue-lites that don't take themselves too seriously.