Ready Set Indie Games Presents: Sixtar Gate Star Trail EA (PC) - Photo Sensitivity

The Following game was provided to me for free by the developers and publishers. Therefore I would like to thank the developer/publisher for providing a free copy of the game to play on my stream.

In this Gameplay Footage, Ready Set Indie Games plays Sixtar Gate Star Trail on PC.

It should be noted that the following gameplay footage of Sixtar Gate Star Trail is an early access version of the game. Therefore, the footage you see may or may not be featured in the final version of the game, also there may be some noticeable bugs in the game.

As a huge fan of rhythm games, I usually don't turn down rhythm games and so when I first saw Sixtar Gate Star Trail, I was really drawn into the game. Mainly because the game did remind me of DJMax Respect V and so I was really eager to give the game a go. As stated before Sixtar Gate Star Trail is in early access and so it's important to know that while the game doesn't have a lot of songs choices at the moment, that there is a chance for the game to improve the song list.

When it comes to controls for the game I want to take the time and say that they are spot on with being in sync which is really important in a rhythm game. One of the things that stopped me from playing DJMAX Respect V is that a lot of the time the game would go out of sync with the buttons and it was really hard to get the buttons for the keyboard to sync properly. So it was a relief for the controls to be in sync in Sixtar Gate Star Trail.

Another thing I wanted to mention is that the game only starts off with the six-button configuration. Now, some might argue that having the six-button configuration from the beginning is a little much. I do like the six-button configuration being offered and I did like the fact that you could customize the buttons. So I set my configuration up to an easier setting for me. However, it would be nice for the game to offer a setting for a four and five-button configuration for those that need it, but to be fair I really like the six-button configuration and some of the songs in the easy mode are not that difficult to play, so playing the easier songs can help get you used to the six-button configuration.

Another interesting thing is that the game's menu mentions that the game has an automatic background so I think there is an intent to add videos to the game, but right now at the moment there aren't music videos in the game. If they decided to add music videos to the game then I would love for them to put the video where the notes scroll only because I think it could add to the difficulty of the game, but still offer the option to turn the videos off and maybe have a still of the name of the song as the background for those who want to be reminded of the song they are playing.

Overall, for this to be an early access game, I can say that I did enjoy the game and cannot wait to see what else is in store for the game.

If you would like to play Sixtar Gate Star Trail for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):


$14.99 USD