Adorable Bullet Hell ITTA Comes to PC and Switch in 2020

Published: January 8, 2020 8:00 AM /


ITTA cover

What would you do if you woke up in your room and found your entire family dead? You could crawl under your bed and cry, or you could be a gangsta like the titular girl from ITTA, pick up a magic revolver, and go kick some ass with your ghost cat.

The world of ITTA is a pretty one, but growing darkness looms under the surface. That's probably what caused the whole "everyone in your family but you are dead" thing. Fortunately, a kickass ghost cat wants to help you get revenge so he gives you a pretty sweet revolver. Sure, you're a little girl, but that's how they roll in this fantasy world where people can just straight up die for no reason.

Check out the trailer for this game to get a feel for the world:

This game features twin-stick shooter controls, more projectiles than a gunday Sunday in Texas, and 18 super-tough bosses for you to overcome. While you'll start with a humble revolver, you'll eventually be able to upgrade to more powerful spirit weapons to fight increasingly-dangerous foes.

Even better, this game is a wee bit more forgiving than many bullet hell titles. You'll be able to toggle invincibility on or off as well as damage multipliers. If you want to take a few hits to die, you can. If you want to make the whole game a one-hit, one-death challenge, you can do that, too.

ITTA gangsta af

When and Where Can You Get ITTA?

We don't know a whole lot about ITTA just yet. It should be coming out sometime in 2020, so hopefully, we'll be able to get it closer to now than the end of the year. Still, game development is a tricky business as always, so we can't say for sure.

You'll be able to get ITTA for PC and the Nintendo Switch later this year. In the meantime, you can add it to your wishlist on Steam and check out the game's official website.

What do you think of ITTA? Do you enjoy bullet hell games? Let us know in the comments below!

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