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- 10 Juicy, full fat Game Modes
- 4 giant, dynamic Bosses and 17 enemies
- 4 Player Co-op with scalable difficulty
- 18 Powerups, Perk System, New Weapons and the Friendly Mothership
- 20 Achievements
- Super massive lasers - Good and Bad!
- Narration from a cheeky cockney AI
- Full Tutorial and Xbox 360 controller (or compatible) support
- Library and Secret Unlocks
- Smash through solid planets and asteroids - cruise through gas giants
- Comprehensive stat recording system
- Fast, adaptive and addictive gameplay
- Blackhole, Wormhole and loads more new Events
- Multiple gameplay-altering "Cascade Events"
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