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4、&#;<p>Though Xenoraid is still slated to launch this week on iOS, the game's Vita release has gone live a couple of days earlier...but only in America.</p><p>Xenoraid is a vertically-scrolling shmup in which you do what most people do in a sci-fi game - shoot and kill anything that moves. Yes, this spaceship-flying, bad-guy-killing, shooter is a treat for the eyes and ears, but it's also mostly random. Thanks to its procedurally generated levels, there's no predicting what's coming. Just point and shoot.</p><p>You can read more about the game in my previous article.</p><p>Sadly the UK and EU has to wait another week until January 18th for the game to release on Vita/PS4, but those lucky folks in the US can get the game now for $9.99.</p>

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