oss is currently responsible for keeping one of the most influential and beloved shooting game franchises alive with Raiden, most games of which have made their way to the west in some form or another. What happens when they branch out into Gothic territory? Let's take a look!
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n Series 2's Episode 36 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Strania: The Stella Machina, a vertical scrolling shooting game for Xbox 360. As the first-ever G.Rev game to see release on PC, how does the awesome Strania hold up?
n episode 84 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Shooting Love 10-Shuunen, which contained XIIZEAL and Delta Zeal. We liked what 10-Shuunen had to offer, and XII Zeal was a winner on its own... so now that it's Delta Zeal's turn, how does it hold up on its own?
n episode 53 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at what would arguably be the best shooting game on the Xbox 360: Eschatos. It was great that it was region free, but a high initial pricetag and Japan only release didn't make things easy... until NOW. Degica Games and Qute have released Eschatos to Steam for the whole world to finally enjoy at a great price point. Does it hold up? Let's take a look!
n episode 84 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Shooting Love 10-Shuunen, which contained a duo of arcade shooters by Triangle Service. We noted that there wasn't as much content as Shooting Love 200X which has recently made its way to North America and Europe via Xbox 360 Games on Demand. How does the original Xbox 360 Shooting Love stack up?
know a lot of you out there feel like Bullet Hell - or Danmaku - is a distant dream. But it doesn't have to be that way! Danmaku Simulation 296 is a fantastic - and free - way to train yourself to hang with the Danmaku crowd! Let's see how it stacks up.
hat do you get when you jam a shooting game into a cross between Breakout and Pong? Something good, right? The answer lies within One Ship, Two Ship, Redshift Blueshift from indie developer 01010111. Just how does this crazy mashup stack up? Watch to find out!
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?