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?
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dmit it, regardless of acknowledging the potential gravity of any of the possible penalties for trifling with such affairs, if you could affect the outcome of any event in existence by having control and mastery over time; you would totally rock the shit out of the space-time continuum. Despite all of the complex rubrics and conduct surrounding the details of time travel, the concept has never been too foreign or daunting for anybody to not fantasize about, and the fantasy of going back and doing things differently with pre-meditative insight on the past is too tempting to walk away from.
So now, imagine the opportunity of governing over it with force, Super Time Force; Capy’s insane gun-toting bullet buffet of an answer ironically modernizes old-school sensibilities with a time-travelin’ tribute that travels in time to bring us a game that…uses time trav…it would be best to stop before all of our heads start hurting.
andlot and D3 Publisher are back with Earth Defense Force 2025, the latest installment of the ever-popular, cult-classic series and direct sequel to 2007's Earth Defense Force 2017. Like its predecessor and its in-betweener installment Insect Armageddon (by Vicious Cycle in 2011), EDF 2025 features everything you want out of an EDF title—hordes of giant ants. Skyscraper-sized spiders that can make a grown man weep, or how about gargantuan Ravager robots that can lay waste to entire cities just by walking; the only thing that can keep these monstrosities from annihilating mankind? The Earth Defense Force, that’s who!
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weapons manufacturer without morals, highly advanced and extremely dangerous artificially intelligent war machines, A lightning strike, and Self-awareness—adventure. No, I’m not talking about Short Circuit (although I totally could be), I’m talking about Twisted Pixel’s latest…Thing. It’s more like what Short Circuit would be if Johnny 5 were a female motorcycle with a tenuous grip on reality and an auto mechanic stuck to his leg. Also there are tourist traps! I know that barely makes any sense and makes me seem like I may have a substance abuse problem. That’s LocoCycle.
ullet Heaven HD is back, and it's time for the long-awaited review of Raiden Fighters Aces for the Xbox 360! This awesome compilation has some great gameplay for its tiny US price, but how does it stack up?
s there live beyond Cave for region-free import shooting games on home consoles? The answer: A resounding YES! Boundless Shooting continues with Bullet Soul, an Xbox 360 original title by 5bp. But how does it compare to the Cave Cavalcade!?
ave is where its at for modern shooting games, with very little in the way of competition when it comes down to the intense brand of Bullet Hell that they deal. Mushihimesama Futari and Espgaluda II showed us that Bullet Hell doesn't have to be so mean... but DoDonPachi Dai Fukkatsu, released in the UK as DoDonPachi Resurrection, is out to remind us just what this subgenre is all about. If this game were in a back alley, it'd be cracking its knuckles and leering menacingly. How does this iconic Bullet Hell series treat us? Watch to find out in the third installment of the Boundless shooting block!
oundless Shooting continues with Cave's Espgaluda II Black Label! Originally released to arcades a year befor Mushihimesama Futari, Espgaluda II Black Label saw release on Xbox 360 a year later, and has also since become a very popular international import. But how does it compare? Let's take a closer look!