A soundtrack befitting a space opera of Chorus's scale and scope, and solid voice acting.
Space is suitably big and interesting, with a lot going on. Neon vapour trails, lasers, and loads of space debris will be branded to your eyeballs and fry your brain.
Definitely leaning more towards the fast-paced and arcadey end of the space shooter spectrum, Chorus is immediate and fun, with the odd frustration here and there. A bit uneven.
Loads and loads of side missions, some of which are a bit rubbish. The critical path missions are mostly excellent, though, and you'll be hooked until the end. There's a permadeath mode, too, if you're into that sort of thing.
A nigh-on perfect spread that ensures you'll be popping achievements left, right, and centre, until you have to dig in and earn some of the more challenging mastery objectives.