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Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 48 - Indie 3: 2012

Back by the sheer popularity of the 2011 Indie 3 (Bullet Heaven Episode 28), it's time once again for a brand new Indie 3 episode! In this episode of Bullet Heaven HD, we take a look at three games that cost just a buck apiece (80 MS Points)! You just can't get too much with a dollar these days... but are these games a solid investment?

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Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 44 - Otomedius Excellent

Power Bar? Check. Options? Check. Multitude of weapons and ships? Check. Cleavage? Wha...? Uhm... Yeah, triple check. Otomedius Excellent lands in North America as the first single, fully-original Gradius game in seven years. But was it worth the wait?


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Bullet Heaven HD, Episode 43 - Gunstar Heroes

In this episode of Bullet Heaven, we review the series' first run-n-gun, and man, is it a classic! Get ready for Gunstar Heroes! As the legendary Treasure's first ever effort, can it shine as brightly as it did in 1993? Daeruna and I tackle it in HD on the PS3!

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QCF: The War of the Worlds (XBLA)

I'm not the kind of person that takes to licensed games too often. On the whole, I've not bought any movie games or games based on TV shows, as they have shown to be awful, lackluster cash-in shovelware. Of course, there are very few exceptions; Treasure's Astro Boy: Omega Factor was one of the best games on the Game Boy Advance, TDK Mediactive took Robotech: The MAcross Saga and made a pretty bitchin' side-story  in Robotech: Battlecry and Capcom somehow managed to make Disney's The Little Mermaid both hardcore and awesome. The only problem? Most other developers have sort of forgotten that quality games are actually what people want to spend thier hard earned money on, even if it's not an entirely original IP that they came up with themselves.

As such, I approached the retelling of HG Wells' War of the Worlds With a special brand of apprehension; if TV and movie conversions are generally so bad, just how will a book - from 1898 no less - actually fare?

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