QUByte has been found pushing some ‘Classic By PIKO’ titles to Xbox, PlayStation and Switch storefronts in recent months. Today it’s the Thunderbolt Collection’s turn to expand our gaming horizons.
Available to buy and download now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, as well as PS4, PS5 and Switch, is the QUByte Classics: Thunderbolt Collection by PIKO. This is the latest ‘… by PIKO’ game from the QUByte team, ahead of the fans. PIKO. by Amar, PIKO. by human, Jim Power: The Lost Dimensions PIKO . By And the latest Zero Tolerance collection by PIKO.
What you’re getting here is a game that first came out several moons ago, in the case of the Thunderbolt Collection, a few Thunderbolt titles from 1995.
These come with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, in which QUByte bundles both 8-bit and 16-bit versions of the game as one, complete with some English localization support, controller remapping to ensure For that it works in this modern era and chance to indulge in some game saving. There are also various screen filters and display options.
Whatever the new features, the Thunderbolt Collection relies on one thing – destroy anything that comes your way, working out a fast-paced, vertically-scrolling shoot ’em up experience. The usual SHMUP elements apply as well – copious upgrades, weapons galore and the chance to attempt to lead humanity to safety.
If you’re sold on QUByte Classics: Thunderbolt Collection by PIKO you’ll want to visit xbox store And take home an Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S download. The £6.69 price tag makes it quite an understatement – especially if you’re a fan of the style. You’ll find it on those other formats as well.
Expect a review from us soon.
Your goal is simple: destroy all incoming enemies until you reach the final boss of the stage, make it easier and faster while collecting items and power-ups to increase your health bar, your Speed up and upgrade or acquire new weapons. You will lead humanity to survive. The Thunderbolt Collection is a compilation of two vertically-scrolling shoot ’em ups from the previously exclusively released Thunderbolt series in 1995. The QUByte port brings 8-bit and 16-bit versions of the game, with both official English localization and new features to improve your experience such as: control remapping, which allows players to customize the controller buttons as they play. Like it better, different screen types and save states.