About This GameGameplay Powered by YOUR Music! Experience your music collection as never before with this intense music driven arcade shooter. Each of your songs will have its own unique ebb and flow based on the music. Beat Hazard 2 seamlessly mixes the love of gaming and music. Together they become greater than the sum of their parts.Beat Hazard 2 improves on and ramps up the awesome zen feeling of battling to your own music. Power up your spaceship and watch as the music boosts your firepower. Unleash hell on the enemy ships when you max out with weapon pickups!Pushing the boundaries of music powered gameplay, the sequel will include procedurally generated boss ships. Each track will create a unique archenemy ship for you to vanquish.Premium music streaming services will be supported via an 'Open Mic' system that can listen in to any music source. Now the music world is your oyster, play to Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, YouTube, or any other provider! b4d347fde0 Title: Beat Hazard 2Genre: Action, Casual, Indie, Early AccessDeveloper:Cold Beam GamesPublisher:Cold Beam GamesRelease Date: 3 Oct, 2018 Beat Hazard 2 Download Utorrent Windows 7 beat hazard 2 update. beat hazard 2 download. beat hazard 2 review. beat hazard 2 linux. beat hazard 2 release date. beat hazard 2 wiki. beat hazard 2 twitter. beat hazard 2 apk. beat hazard 2 trainer. beat hazard 2 review. beat hazard 2 apk. beat hazard 2 ps4. descargar beat hazard 2. beat hazard 2 pc. beat hazard ultra 2. beat hazard 2 youtube. beat hazard 2 open mic. beat hazard 2 ps4. beat hazard 2 gameplay. beat hazard 2 igg. beat hazard 2 linux. beat hazard 2 crack. beat hazard 2 developer. beat hazard 2 steam. beat hazard 2 igg. beat hazard 2 android. beat hazard 2 free download. beat hazard 2 paralyzing. beat hazard 2 developer. beat hazard 2 ost. beat hazard 2. beat hazard 2 controls. beat hazard 2 key. beat hazard 2 steam. beat hazard 2 multiplayer The gameplay and the visuals are a bit better than in the first game. There's way less cheap deaths as well which makes it a whole lot enjoyable. Otherwise, it's pretty similar to the original Beat Hazard apart from some tweaks and features like the open mic for example.The game's in Early Access though, so there's gonna be a lot more content later on.. Let me start off by saying, If you are a Livestreamer then this game is for you! Your audience can do songrequest for the songs you play :) If you loved Beat Hazard then prepare to have your socks blown off. The open mic makes it super simple to integrate all of your playlists. Major updates over the first in the series. 10/10 buy this game!. Follow my curator page for more indie game recommendations that you might have overlooked! Every review has a video with highlights and initial game play. Beat Hazard 2 is an intense music arcade shoot em up. I remember playing the first Beat Hazard on my the original Xbox for hours on end. Loading my songs to the xbox to play along. Beat Hazard 2 offers many improvements from the original music space shooter.Each song in Beat Hazard 2 will create a new procedural level of enemies, bosses and asteroids. Your own weapon also powers up when the music hits a beat. Each track is completely different and the added procedurally generated boss fights in Beat Hazard 2 make this game even better than the original.Beat Hazard 2 comes loaded with 12 base tracks that you play from the start. You can also use locally downloaded music or any music player like youtube, spotify or amazon music. Being able to use your own music is what really makes Beat Hazard shine. Game play is quite fun and can get crazy at times, I would recommend turning up the difficulty as soon as your are comfortable with the current level. The game controls well, the movement is just the right level of speed and control.The procedurally generated enemies and bosses make the game feel somewhat different each time. While everything can be different, there are only a certain amount of combinations you can really get for each track with types of ships and what weapons it has equipped. The developer has been actively adding more content to the game, so it’s going to keep getting better as far as variety goes.There are quite a bit of perks to unlock as you progress which will let you increase your weapons, multipliers and score even more. That combined with the online in game leaderboards, makes you wanting to keep pushing, keep playing, take more chances to get that high score. It’s a cool system with quite a few perks that will award the daredevils and survivors.Overall, Beat Hazard 2 is a high energy space shoot em up that will keep you entertained for hours. It’s bigger, better and brighter than the first Beat Hazard and a worthy successor. The new features, perks and added enemies add more to this game along with compatibility for streaming services. I fully recommend this game.Full Video Review: https://youtu.be/aoyKm1XArhw. My favourite music game. Just play a fun shoot'em'up to flashy colours and effects to your own music while also score hunting.Still in Early Access so not quite finished content wise (custom ships and multiplayer are missing) but other than that better in every way than Beat Hazard 1. Open Mic lets you use Youtube or Spotify for music sources which allows you to play to basically anything (even audio books if you want). Playing to other peoples song suggestions can also be fun with that.I don't blame you if you want to wait for custom ships and other stuff but it's really fun to play already.. The good old formula, Improved! Better eye tearing visuals and effects, new boss ships (i do miss the worm and the octopus tho), new ways to play your music with open mic. same old gameplay that we love! 10/10If i do have one complaint it is that i wish there was another way to earn the 20 score multiplier than turning the visuals to 300% because it does hurt a bit after like 7-9 songs, and i do want to play for longer than that without feeling like my eyes are gonna pop out of my head.. I know some stuff that will probably get into the game sooner or later but most importantly I hope that different weapons will be added. anyway, great looking and very promising. I can suggest it for now, let's see how it improves over time.. Beat Hazard was one of my favourite pick and chill games, it offered two things - lots of shooting and my favourite music. Beat Hazard 2 continues the trend with added enemies types and bosses, and even more importantly -- Spotify integration! This was the only thing I wanted from Beat Hazard, the ability for it to recognise songs played from Spotify, Google or iTunes and now it does. While it isn't perfectly smooth at the moment, with the odd blip in frame rate as it loads in the song information and leaderboard (and very rarely not recognising the track at all), it adds a wonderful element to an already great game. The introduction to an in-game display of the song's global leaderboard adds a competitive feel to the game now too. Where previously the scoreboard was hidden away in a menu, this time it is clear to see and even provides your ranking at the end of the song. If the slight issue with the small frame skip/processing lag that occurs during the leaderboard/song info load in can be removed this game is flawless for what it offers and achieves. There isn't anything else out there that comes close to offering a great blasting experience to your favourite songs. The develop is active too, posting on twitter and community forums, answering questions and taking in suggestions, and with a previously released title on their belt it would be a safe bet to say this game will leave 'Early Access' in a very good play state.More reviews here: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/27022862-LuchaLabs/. This game made me puke into the toilet. Gone play it again after i clean it.. I haven't been playing it for very long. So, this review will be brief until the game is fully released. At which point I will look into updating it.Brief Overview [Early Access]:It has additional/technical features this time around, with open-mic (I use line-in) being a well deserved feature. I use Spotify with the Equalify plugin, and Voicemeeter (along with the Virtual-Cable - digital audio driver). Thankfully after some updates it detects the songs, with some minor errors so far. It looks decent enough and doesn't ever feel visually simple, managing to keep my attention for the most part. I currently play on Hardcore and it doesn't feel overly difficult for me right now. So the skill margin is flexible. I don't really have much to say about the 3D ships, bosses or lighting, so I will leave those for a more in-depth review after release.Do I recommend?As of right now, I can say it's worth the buy. Being able to use Itunes and Spotify, perhaps even Soundcloud (the line-in setting on open mic is also very useful). The discord server and steam forums for this game are great for reporting issues, and the dev seems to support the game on a regular basis.