Shenmue Producer Yushin Suzuki’s Shooting Game Air Twister Comes to Apple Arcade Exclusively

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The Apple Arcade service, which can be played infinitely without additional payment, has been biased towards the lineup of small categories from the beginning, and gradually began to introduce various masterpieces. Recently, people have seen many related works in cooperation with Japanese game teams. Following Hironobu Sakaguchi’s masterpiece “Fantasian” on this platform, the legendary arcade game producer Suzuki Yu is also confirmed that the new work will be exclusively launched on Apple Arcade, and it will be super fast for everyone to play this game today. A rather refined 3D track shooter. Read on for Shenmue producer Yushin Suzuki’s exclusive report on Apple Arcade for his shooter Air Twister.

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Shenmue producer Yushin Suzuki’s shooter ‘Air Twister’ comes exclusively to Apple Arcade

Speaking of the legendary producer Yu Suzuki, the pioneer of arcade games, everyone may think of the first 3D visual fighting game “VR Kombat”. But the follow-up “Shenmue” series, which made him a pioneer in the open world, may be the work that everyone is more impressed by recently? As Japanese producers began to invest in the Apple Arcade game service specializing in Apple devices, the official also revealed that Yu Suzuki will launch his new work in such games after the 3D orbital shooting game “Space Harry”: “Air Twister” “.

It has been confirmed that the new Apple Arcade work “Air Twister” will be released on 6/24 this week, which is today. From the game-related information released initially, you can feel the rather delicate game art effect. Master Suzuki has incorporated all the game elements he is good at in this story, and the background of the story revolves around a princess who must try to save the entire planet from the invasion of unknown enemies, trying various shooting attacks such as the crossbow.

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In order to allow players to enjoy the fun of exploring and fighting on the magnificent planet, Yu Suzuki also specially invited Dutch composer Valensia to create a groundbreaking new soundtrack composed of cross-elements. Through the collision of rock, opera and classical music, it brings players a full point of audio and video performance. game effect.

Judging from the game screen, this 3D orbital shooting game is quite gorgeous and full of details. The battle screen is not only smooth, but also the elements of various bullets are very exciting and interesting. The operation of “Air Twister” is very simple. You only need to slide the touch screen to operate the protagonist to attack and dodge, but this does not mean that the attack method of the game is very monotonous. According to the official statement, “Air Twister” not only has more than 20 attack modes and various forces, but also carefully designed levels that allow players to explore different regions, so that each challenge can have new discoveries.

The game itself also supports joystick play via PlayStation, Xbox and MFi controllers. And supports a variety of devices in the Apple Arcade gaming ecosystem. Friends who want to play should be able to play today! I believe that it is a new work that is quite worth downloading and playing for those who just have summer vacation or WFH who need to relax the game occasionally.

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