O ano é 2051. Localização: SATAZIUS, um planeta há muito abandonado. O cruzador Agano estava em patrulha quando foi atacado e atingido pela confederação de piratas do espaço que haviam estabelecido uma base em SATAZIUS.
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Data de lançamento: 16 Dez, 2011

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"Like a loveletter to Gradius, Satazius brings slower paced, power-up oriented gameplay for cheap. It's still challenging, but also strangely cozy."

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14 Agosto


In our experience, shooting games are generally pretty slow to be approved on Steam Greenlight, but that was fast!! Hopefully that means that you guys are enjoying ASTRO PORT’s games and looking forward to the next ones! :) THANK YOU to everyone for voting and bringing this next installment of the ASTRO SAGA to Steam!

For this release, we’ll be implementing dual analog controls, online leaderboards, achievements, trading cards, and should have a Linux version reading hopefully in time for simultaneous release with the Windows version. In view of the work to be done, end of October would be a realistic release date, but we will make it earlier if at all possible. Please watch for future announcements!

Once again, on behalf of everyone at Nyu Media and ASTRO PORT, THANK YOU to everyone for making this release possible!

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10 Agosto

66% OFF SATAZIUS during Japanese Indie Games Festival

Hello Arcade Shooters!

Are you ready to shoot at some discounts? SATAZIUS is going to be 66% off till the 18th for the Japanese Indie Games Festival that is happening so if your interested in picking up the game for you or a friend here is the link:

Also on sale is
ETHER VAPOR Remaster 60%
eXceed - Gun Bullet Children 60%
Supercharged Robot VULKAISER 33%

For a full list of games on sale check out the steam page here: http://store.steampowered.com/sale/doujin/

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O ano é 2051. Localização: SATAZIUS, um planeta há muito abandonado.
O cruzador Agano estava em patrulha quando foi atacado e atingido pela confederação de piratas do espaço que haviam estabelecido uma base em SATAZIUS. Os piratas atacaram o Agano com a intenção de roubar a nave de assalto ‘Trafalgar’ que estava a bordo do Agano, mas a Trafalgar fez uma fuga de emergência bem-sucedida.
A tripulação da Trafalgar calculou a probabilidade de escapar com sucesso ao planeta dominado pelos piratas em 0,02%; a probabilidade de atacar e destruir com sucesso a base pirata era 1%. Escolhendo o plano com a maior probabilidade, a tripulação da Trafalgar virou a sua nave em direção à horda pirata e começou o ataque ao coração de SATAZIUS.
SATAZIUS é um espetacular jogo clássico de tiros em duas dimensões criado pela equipa indie bem-sucedida ASTRO PORT (Gigantic Army, Armed Seven, Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser), com um arsenal de 13 tipos de armas personalizáveis, power-ups, obstáculos e encontros com bosses que até os veteranos de arcada vão apreciar. Personaliza a tua nave com duas armas laterais que podem ser mudadas e utilizadas em qualquer altura durante a ação e um super ataque que desencadeia destruição massiva.
Existe uma infinidade de naves inimigas a abater, espaços apertados para navegar, power-ups para apanhar e bónus para adquirir. Com um excelente design de níveis, uma banda sonora techno poderosa, ação rápida e empolgante, gráficos clássicos e bosses gigantes, SATAZIUS é um regresso fiel aos shoot'em ups da velha guarda, repleto com homenagens que serão reconhecidas instantaneamente pelos fãs de jogos de arcada de ação.

Características principais:

  • 13 armas personalizáveis para escolher
  • 4 níveis de dificuldade diferentes que permitem acessibilidade a novos jogadores novos como também podem ser um autêntico desafio para veteranos
  • Design de níveis variado e entusiasmante
  • Bosses enormes
  • Vencedor do prémio Jikkyo Play Contents 2008

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Windows 7
    • Processor: Pentium III 1GHz or better
    • Memory: 256MB or better
    • Graphics: NDIVIA Geforce series, AMD(ATI) Radeon series
    • DirectX®: DirectX®8 or later
    • Hard Drive: 309 MB free hard drive space
    • Sound:
Análises úteis de clientes
52 de 57 pessoas (91%) acharam esta análise útil
2.4 hrs em registo
Publicada: 6 Junho
This game is so intense! This is one of this hardcore side-scrolling shooters that you don't even know what is going on the screen. Cool feature is that you can choose from many weapons from the beginning. Gameplay is really fun and unpredictable.
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7 de 7 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
8.4 hrs em registo
Publicada: 16 Maio
Even though "Shoot 'em Up", is not my favourite genre, I had a good time playing Satazius.

There's nothing special about the gameplay, other then that it feels nice to play. Like all shooters you have to destroy as many enemies as you can and try not to get it. The game is very difficult (well at least for me it was) and the graphics look neat.

Recommended for Shoot 'Em Up fans.
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3 de 3 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
0.9 hrs em registo
Publicada: 20 Junho
Satazius is a horizontal shoot em up in which the environments are far more dangerous than the enemies you will be fighting. You have multiple weapons to choose from and unlock more the further you progress. It is not a bullet hell as enemies fire reasonable amounts of projectiles, at least in the first two unlocked difficulties. You have a basic fire and two alt fires which you can switch between, all which can be switched for different unique weapons to make your ship like one of a kind. One shot will kill you if you don't pick up a shield power up but scraping into the environment will kill you regardless. One thing to be noted is that the game worked perfectly fine from the get go with my 360 pad even though it doesn't say that it has controller compatibility on the Steam page

The one thing that was weird with the controller was that you can not bind the pause button to it which can be problematic. No dpad support either which is not too great considering the environments require pixel perfect navigation. On top of your already massive fire power you have a special rechargeable move which is really helpful against bosses. There is also powerups scattered around the level to further increase your damage and speed. All this makes you sound overpowered as heck, and you are actually pretty overpowered and the devs know it. They will constantly sucker punch you with things you had no way to see coming instead of offering a fair challenge.

You are offered 9 continues each which grants you three lives a pop. Most of my deaths felt pretty cheap and made it into a trail and error type of game until you memorize the level. If you don't enjoy flying through very narrow insta-kill environments with little time to react this is not the game for you. Being only 7 levels long means having a high difficulty is kind of necessary but knowing that doesn't make it any less annoying when you have to traverse a ton of hazards, get sucker punched and have to repeat that section again. Each time you die you are thrown back into a previous checkpoint instead of simply respawning. It does lengthen the game and it does feel like an arcade game for better or worse.

Graphics are nice and have a decent amount of detail to them. The explosions and debris flying around after you shoot down enemies look great as well. It runs at 60fps which is another point in it's favor. Even the music is pretty catchy. Outside of the main mode you have a “practice” mode where you can choose any level to play but you don't have any continues which makes it harder than playing through the actual game. Do not press the escape key or you will shut down the game. The key to pause the game is “Q” for some reason. This game does feature cool looking giant bosses but most get absolutely devastated when you use your special move making them kind of a pushover.

Satazius is by no means a bad game. It's just that if you are expecting some fun shooting there is very little of that here. You will just be holding down the fire button and trying to navigate the environments which pose a far greater threat to you. And having to control your ship with the analog stick or keyboard makes it far more difficult than it should be. It is difficult and unfair but it is still fun to mix and match your weapons to blast through levels. Overall this is a solid title if you are in to arcade like shoot em ups and is recommended to those that can deal without a dpad.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
5.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 25 Abril
This is a really fun space shooter that feels a lot like Gradius. The music is nice. The enemies and backgrounds look great. Just like in Gradius you can have many different weapon configurations. After each stage you earn a new weapon. This is not a hardcore bullet hell shooter. It feels a lot more releaxed and the difficulty is not that punishing because you have many continues and don't need to play all of the stage again if you die. Worth your time.
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32 de 35 pessoas (91%) acharam esta análise útil
1.4 hrs em registo
Publicada: 27 de Dezembro de 2013
This is the best side scrolling old-school shooter I've ever played! Very enjoyable, first choose your loadout based on the enemies in the level. Then kill everything on the screen, pick up power ups to help you defeat the very challenging but satisfying boss fights! Highly Reccomended!

Niv score : 90

P.S, it also appears Capcom is experimenting with trading cards using this game, you'll notice this game is not marked it has cards but it does! C'mon Capcom cards for everything!
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