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Angel Symphony Switch Review

I don’t hate hell bullet hell games. I loved Shoot 1UP, own Ikaruga and other things like the Gradius Collection for PSP. That said, I hate Angel Symphony. The game isn’t that its hard, it is that its pretty crap and cheaply made. It’s $2.23, what do you expect? You’re an angel tasked by god to head down to several countries on Earth and defeat enemies and the boss.

Make sure you go into the menu and click “Place Move” or you’ll be stuck here!

So in Angel Symphony, you go down to Earth and shoot stereotypical objects, like cowboys in America, sushi in Japan, and Pandas in China. Then you fight a boss, also stereotypical, like the Statue of Liberty in the US, nesting dolls in Russia and Bulls in Spain. It all looks like it was made in MS Paint. Game play wise, you have 3 types of mini-angels you can place that help you, like bow angels that shoot more arrows, and sword angels that move up the screen. Its easy, even the bosses don’t put up much of a fight. If I’m doing well at bullet hell, you know you screwed up.

Why am I fighting McDonald’s Fries? I don’t know.

In the end, Angel Symphony is garbage. It’s just not a good game. It’s playable, just no reason to play Angel Symphony considering the legion of better bullet-hell shooters on the Switch, like I don’t know, Jamestown + or Android Assault Cactus? Yeah, it is cheap, but it is cheaply made game. Even the music sounds like public domain midis. Stay far away from this game.

Overall: Angel Symphony is a cacophony of cheapness. Its poorly made and not worth playing at all.

Verdict: Garbage

E-Shop Page

PlatformNintendo Switch
Release Date6/8/23
ESRB RatingE

PS. If you’re willing to put up with the naughty elements, try Waifu Discovered 2!

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