An extract on #pewpew
Pocketgamer gave it 8/10, writing "If you own an Android handset then this is a near-essential download; lets just hope that Bizarre Creationss lawyers dont strike from beyond the grave to block its distribution. " Knowyourmobile gave it 5/5 stars, commenting "Not only is it a fitting tribute to one of the best twin-stick blasters ever coded, its also one of the most addictive Android action titles weve had the pleasure of experiencing this year." DriodLife said " It takes the winning formula of the Geometry Wars series and mercilessly rips it off; I dont think theres any doubt about that. However, it replicated the dual joystick experience of an Xbox 360 controller quite well through two amazing responsive on-screen control knobs. "
PewPew 2 has a rating on Metacritic of 90% based on 4 critic reviews.
SlideToPlay said " PewPew 2 is a perfect placeholder for Geometry Wars on the iPhone. " AppSpy said " Without a doubt, PewPew 2 goes above and beyond the first game making this an easy choice for fans, but if you're still hesitating on buying this excellent game then you can always try the first game for free! " 148apps wrote " Without trying to sound too positive about the game, I am thrilled that someone is finally trying to break the dual stick genre out of its little box. ", TouchArcade said " The current version of PewPew 2 is one of the best dual-stick shooters available, and is well deserving of its modest price tag. "
Pit is the main character in the Kid Icarus franchise.
In the first Kid Icarus video game, he was a prisoner of the Underworld when Palutena contacted him. After escaping from the Underworld, Pit went on a quest to save all of Angel Land from Medusa: Goddess of Darkness by seeking out the Three Sacred Treasures. Pit succeeds in his quest by defeating Medusa and freeing Palutena.
In Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters, Pit is summoned by Palutena when all of Angel Land is threatened by the demon Orcus. Pit once again searches for the Three Sacred Treasures in order to defeat Orcus.
In Kid Icarus: Uprising, Pit once again faces off against Medusa and eventually discovers that she was just a pawn of Hades. In this addition to the franchise, Pit's new character design was introduced in a Kid Icarus game. His personality was revealed as kind, loyal, and somewhat childish. As one plays through the game, it can be seen that Pit always comes through for his comrades and will do anything for Lady Palutena and her kingdom.
Pit is also one of the supporting characters in Captain N: The Game Master where he was referred to as Kid Icarus and has the habit of adding "-icus" to the end of some of his words.
Pit is a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
Pit is voiced by Alessandro Juliani in Captain N: The Game Master, Lani Minella in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and by Antony del Rio in Kid Icarus: Uprising and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.