Game details

Game:
Retro/Grade
AKA
Retro Grade
Genre:
Misc
Sub Genre:
Music / Dancing
Release Date (US):
TBA 2010
Release Date (UK):
TBA 2010
Players:
1
Online Players:
N/A
Developers:
24 Carat Games
Publisher:
SCE
Rating:
RP [Rating Pending]
PSU Rank:
0 of 1166 Games
PSU Rank on PSN:
0 of 0 Games
Additional Information:
Also available on PC

About Retro/Grade

Retro/Grade stars ace fighter pilot Rick Rocket who has just saved the universe. Unfortunately, the massive destruction he left in his wake has caused a temporal anomaly that reversed the flow of time. You must assume control of Rick's spacecraft and fight through the epic space battle... in reverse!

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PSU Review Score
8.5
Avg. user review score:
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Summary

A clever twist on rhythm-style games featuring all that the retro scene has to offer.

We like

  • Good representation of old style, retro shooters
  • Soundtrack is incredible
  • Takes a while to master, so it will last ages

We dislike

  • Difficulty may put off some casual gamers

See PSU's review on Metacritic & GameRankings

Retro/Grade is a pretty decent retro-style rhythm game with lots of charm. Since the game lacks modes, I wasn’t particularly sure if it would be something I would enjoy. But after spending time with it, it grew on me. The game itself has bright graphics, which make it look visually appealing, and the challenge mode, unlike a lot of games this generation, is pretty challenging. The price is perfect for the content you get...

Retro/Grade News

  • Undo universal destruction in Retro/Grade this August

    Coming straight from 24 Carat Games is an opportunity to undo the destruction of the Retro/Grade universe by doing battle--in reverse. Matt Gilgenbach, Co-founder of 24 Carat Games, released a trailer showing off the intentionally backward gameplay mechanics to its upcoming title Retro/Grade. Playe...

  • Rhythm-based Retro/Grade flying onto PSN

    The rhythm-based "reverse time shooter" Retro/Grade has just been announced on the PlayStation Blog. "!NSP no desaeler eb lliw ,esrever ni yleritne deyalp emag tsrif eht ,edarG/orteR," 24 Caret Games Co-founder Matt Gilgenbach jokes. "... errr… Sorry! I’m us...

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