Entries in Dreamcast (10)

Tuesday
Oct082019

Bullet Heaven #248 - Captain Tomaday (DC)

They say Vasara and Vasara 2 are the best games Visco has ever made. We don't know about that, but we can put it to the test, with the Dreamcast release for Captain Tomaday from Joshprod and Pixelheart EU. As yet another Dreamcast port of a Neo-Geo game we've wanted to play for quite some time, how does it stack up?

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Wednesday
Sep252019

Bullet Heaven Dreamcast STG Chronicle - Legend Lost, Legends Born

The Dreamcast dies an untimely death, but its legend continues even today. Not even death could stop some of the greatest shooting games of all time from debuting on this fantastic system...

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Wednesday
Sep112019

PPR 119

ow it’s time to talk about all the stupid Vidya Games that we’ve been playing, AKA, the one all with the snack talk, and Japanese PlayStation 2’s.

In an effort to deliver better content, at a more consistent pace, we'll be continuing the format we introduced last episode, and it's one that’s going to be different from the one we’ve done for the last ten years. Instead of catching up on all the news and games that have happened between shows before the chosen featured topic, we have decided to release each of these segments as a dedicated episode in their own right, including the featured topic, with a projected weekly schedule in mind—so this week, it’s all about what’s been in our consoles!

Ser, Andrew, and George pick apart all of the nitty-gritties in their playing habits this week, with talks covering Espagaluda 2, Destiny: Solstice of Heroes, Judgement, Collection of Mana, Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, Pokémon GO, Dreamcast GDEMU, Border Down, Tail Concerto, PlayStation PSiO, and so much more!

So plug in some headphones, or connect to your Bluetooth because this is going to be another bite-sized cast from us until we put another episode for y’all later this week!

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Wednesday
Jun132018

Bullet Heaven, Episode 212 - Ikaruga Full Compare & Switch Review

In episode 59 of Bullet Heaven, we took a look at the XBLA version of Ikaruga on the Xbox 360. We really love Ikaruga, and with the recvent Switch version, we though it'd be neat to compare every home version of "Project RS2" to the most recent iteration of this amazing classic. How does it stack up?

 

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Tuesday
Feb032015

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 122 - Border Down

t's time for the Winter Dreams Finale! G.Rev may have made its humble start via NAOMI Arcade and on the Dreamcast by programming games such as Treasure's Ikaruga at first, but their first proper, all-original, in-house title was the rare Border Down, released in 2003. How does this horizontal shooting game kick off G.Rev's awesome history? Watch to find out!

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Wednesday
Jan212015

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 121 - Mars Matrix

inter Dreams continues: In episode 87 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Giga Wing and its sequel, Giga Wing 2 for the Sega Dreamcast. We came away slightly disappointed, mostly because of some crippling input lag, especially in the first game. Developer Takumi makes a return to the Dreamcast with 2001's Mars Matrix... but how does it fare?

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Thursday
Dec252014

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 118 - Sturmwind

elcome to WINTER DREAMS, the new special block for Series 6! In Series 5 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at five new Dreamcast shooting games from German developers NG:Dev.Team and HuCast. They're not the only ones with new Dreamcast shooting goodness though; Duranik and RedSpot Games released Sturmwind, a horizontally scrolling shmup to the masses in 2013. With clearly different influences from the others we've seen on the Dreamcast since 2009, how does Sturmwind fare?

**GET STURMWIND!**

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Thursday
Aug142014

Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 108 - Neo XYX

he Summer Dreams Block Continues!

In this episode, we take a look at Neo XYX, a vertical shooting game that stands alone as the only Neo Geo game with a true TATE aspect ratio. Making its way to the dreamcast in 2014, Neo XYX also stands as the hardest NG:DEV release to date. How does it stack up?

 

VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO NG:DEV.TEAM FOR SUPPLYING OUR REVIEW COPY!

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