Q-YO Blaster on Nintendo Switch is a horizontal Shoot ‘Em Up, with peculiar characters, strange enemies, bullets, many bullets and many explosions. Enter the miniature world and stop the threat. Enjoy the rudeness with weapons, special powers and help from mystical beings. Q-YO Blaster has a nice 2d environment with detailed pixel art scenarios, varied enemies section, stages, powers, improvements and many more!
Q-YO Blaster Nintendo Switch Trailer
To start the game you create a team of 3 characters. Each character has their special ability which can be activated when filled up mid-game. A nice bonus is the Pulse power, this turns shots into gems for you to collect. This is great for when you need a push to activate your special ability.
This is a short game, clocking in at 10 levels. Though I will say the levels are bizarre and bright, with a great collection of oddball bosses. You need to learn the attack patterns to beat the bad guy.
After each level is completed, you get a chance to choose a powerup. Choosing wisely will make the next level easier for you.
There are 3 difficulty levels, on the easiest we completed the game in under 20 mins. But it was a very fun 20 mins. You can also have a friend join in if you want some split-screen co-op.
In docked mode, Q-YO Blaster played perfectly with no stutters or dips in framerate. When in handheld we did notice a small drop, but this is normal. The graphics are a bit wacky, and this fits in with the whole look and feel of the game.
Overall, though they aren’t doing anything brand new with the genre. Q-YO Blaster is a fun game, with the addition of local co-op. Finally, please check out our gaming reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on Facebook or Twitter.