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Satazius - PC

The year is THE FUTURE and aliens, space ships and end bosses are about to get blown the F@#! up in Satazius for the PC, an old-school style horizontally scrolling space ship shoot 'em up from Astro Port and Capcom!
  • Release date: 2011
  • Genre: SHMUP
  • Developer: Astro Port
  • Publisher: Capcom
  • Players: 1-Player
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Not perfect but a decent shmup on Steam for cheap which is somewhat of a rarity, Steam needs more of these

I bought this game and i have to say its cheap and fun as hell

Dam I was just searching for reviews of that game and I stumble on your review, now that's destiny xD


SATAZIUS review for PC
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