Tachyon Project Gets LE Courtesy of Play-Asia

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I love me some old school shmup action, which is why I previously enjoyed playing Eclipse Games’ Tachyon Project so much. While it was a challenging, rollicking rollercoaster of a game on Steam, the good news today from Eastasiasoft is that it’s coming to PS4 and Vita in a limited physical edition! At least in Asia, it is. The good news is that you can order a copy of the Tachyon Project LE on Play-Asia today. They are making something like 2,000 copies of the game, and each comes equipped with a bunch of great goodies as well as trophy support. To see the full details, read Eclipse Games’ official press release below!

Tachyon Project

Twin Stick Shooter Tachyon Project PS4™ & PS Vita Limited Editions Launching in Asia

Eastasiasoft Limited, the independent developer and publisher of interactive entertainment, announced that Tachyon Project, a story driven twin stick shooter from Eclipse Games, will launch in Asia as a physical Limited Edition for the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system in August 2017.

In Tachyon Project players can look forward to a story mode with 10 different levels and 60 enemy waves, 30 different enemy types (including 4 bosses), upgradable weapons, hand-drawn cutscenes, new game+, a challenge mode, innovative stealth gameplay, an intense soundtrack and a lot more!

Tachyon Project will be our first PS Vita Limited Edition release, with more projects soon to follow. The game will also be available on PS4.

Each Tachyon Project Limited edition will contain a physical copy of the game, a soundtrack CD, an individually numbered certificate and a collector’s box. Limited to just 2,000 copies per system, the Tachyon Project Limited Edition will be available exclusively at online retailer Play-Asia.com for US$29.99. A special campaign page with preorder details for the Limited Edition has today launched at Play-Asia.com.

Tachyon Project LE

About Tachyon Project

Tachyon Project is a dual stick shooter heavily inspired by classic shoot’em ups. A combination of a large variety of weapons, many unique enemy types, power-ups and innovative gameplay ensures a long-lasting challenge with new discoveries at every level.

In Tachyon Project you will take control of Ada, a software program that was designed to hack into the most secure servers on Earth, but has also attained consciousness. After some rather mysterious events, Ada is thrown out from the test server where she was living and out into the internet. However, Ada soon discovers she is unable to return to the test server. She’ll then start a journey to uncover the truth behind what happened to her creators, whom she considers her parents. In the process, she’ll find out that things were a bit more complex than she initially thought.

Tachyon Project | Chaos


Story driven twin stick shooter
6 different weapons, 9 secondary weapons and 7 perks provide hundreds of possibilities for your ship
Over 30 different enemy types, including 4 bosses
Story mode comprising 10 levels, with hand-drawn cutscenes telling the story of Ada
3 challenge levels with support for co-op gameplay
An intense original soundtrack developed to match the style of the game
Asia exclusive platinum trophy support

About Josh Speer

Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.