Twin-stick shooter XenoRaptor coming to PS4 on December 17, Xbox One on December 24, and Switch on December 25

Shooter pits ridiculously armed space dragons against an interstellar armada.

XenoRaptor

Twin-stick shooter XenoRaptor, which first launched for PC via Steam in June 2014, is coming to PlayStation 4 on December 17 and 18 in North America and Europe, Xbox One on December 24, and Switch on December 25, publisher Digerati and developer Peter Cleary announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Digerati:

About

XenoRaptor is a frantic and frenzied twin-stick shooter, pitting ridiculously armed space dragons against an interstellar armada. Strip your defeated foes of their parts to assemble the ultimate weapon. From evasive teleporting and defensive mines, to railguns, tractor beams, and mind control, XenoRaptor is bullet-hell action with countless tactical possibilities.

Key Features

  • Arm your cyberdragon with various hulls and engines, and weapons such as lightning shotguns, laser nukes, ghost missiles, and more.
  • Face the might of a space skeleton armada and defeat screen-filling bosses.
  • Strategically turn environmental hazards—such as asteroids, mine fields, and radioactive clouds—against your enemies.
  • Test your skills in the campaign, boss rush mode, and alongside friends in local co-op.

Watch a trailer below.

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