Starlink: Battle for Atlas is a space shooter which focuses on piloting spacecraft and blasting towering foes. The game features physical ships which you can buy and control in the game. The business model is similar to that of Disney Infinity or Skylanders.
If you're into toys-to-life games, then be sure to give Starlink a go. Ever since the game was revealed by Ubisoft, there has been a lot of buzz surrounding it. This is mostly due to the visuals and combat. Those who don't purchase a multitude of toys won't be at a disadvantage because you can always buy the deluxe edition.
Starlink is currently available on the Microsoft Store, starting at $59.99. If you want to purchase the toys, you'll have to head over to Amazon or another physical retailer and spend even more.
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