Tachyon Project

Tachyon Project for Nintendo Switch [eShop Download Codes]

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Game Overview

Tachyon Project is an action packed dual-stick shooter driven by a story.

Through the story mode you’ll progressively unlock all the weapons, secondary weapons and perks available to configure your ship. You’ll need them to face the increasingly hard enemies you’ll find with over 30 different types (including 4 bosses).

In Tachyon Project you take control of Ada, a software program that has taken conscience and that was designed to hack into the most secure servers on Earth. After some rather misterious events, Ada is thrown out of the test server where it was living and out into the Internet, but when she tries to go back there she finds she’s unable to. She’ll then start a journey to uncover the truth behind what happened to her creators, which she considers her parents. In the process she’ll find out that things were a bit more complex than she initially thought.

Game Info

  • Platform Nintendo Switch
  • Release Date Jan 25, 2018
  • No. of Players up to 4 players
  • Category Arcade, First Person, Action, Adventure
  • Publisher Eclipse Games
  • Developer Eclipse Games



While fun on its own merits, it’s hard not to compare Tachyon Project with its obvious inspiration. The addition of a level-based story mode and customizable loadouts is worth applauding, but when the main game doesn’t feel inspired it’s hard to muster the excitement for it. It has its moments, but it’s not memorable enough to withstand the test of time. -Nintendo Life

Tachyon Project is not bad and is a fine fit for anyone looking to kill an hour or two with arcade-like gameplay, but it comes off as disjointed. The story is presented far bigger than it actually is, the marketing tries more to sell the idea of an old shoot ’em up than a new game, and Ada’s movements are stiff for the wrong reasons. That said, the missions are structured well; there’s a lot to customise in Ada, and it is engaging enough to warrant a playthrough. There’s a good game hiding inside Tachyon Project and hopefully a sequel can iron out the kinks to bring it out. -Cubed3

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