Entries in degica games (10)

Monday
Aug072017

Bullet Heaven, Episode #180 - Bullet Soul Infinite Burst

n episode 83 and 170 of Bullet Heaven. we took a look at Bullet Soul: Tama Tamashii. It offered great, newbie-friendly bullet hell thrills and some good scoring mechanics... as well as a ton of DLC included in the Steam package in specific. The newest version of Bullet Soul, Bullet Soul: Infinite Burst, follows that specific release, once again on Steam... but how does it stack up?

 

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Friday
Jul282017

Bullet Heaven, Episode #176 - Castle of Shikigami (PC)

e took a look at Castle of Shikigami 2 on the PS2 all the way back in episode 2 of Bullet heaven ages and ages ago. Turns out, its predecessor, Castle of Shikigami was, in fact also released - as Mobile Light Force 2, stripped of story complete with a bizarre, unrelated cover. Degica Games is back with a restored, localized version of this classic game... but how does it hold up in the transition to Steam?

 

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Monday
Feb272017

Bullet Heaven, Episode 166 - Dariusburst CS Capcom DLC

Can you believe it?? Dariusburst EVEN MORE DLC! In wave five, we take a look at three new ships and new stages based on - get this - Capcom shooters! We totally called this! How does it stack up?

 

Dariusburst CS | Taito DLC | Sega DLCCAVE DLC8ing DLC  

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Wednesday
Aug242016

Bullet Heaven EX, Episode 32 - Shooting Love 20XX: Exzeal

n episode 131 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Shooting Love 200X on the Xbox 360. It collected four triangle service titles into one great collection. Recently, Degica Games has seen fit to port these four titles to Steam as part of the newly-rebranded Shooting Love 20XX line, and the final title, Exzeal finally rounds out the collection. How does it stack up?  

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Wednesday
Aug242016

Bullet Heaven EX, Episode 31 - Shooting Love 20XX: Trizeal Remix

n Episode 131 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Shooting Love 200X, an Xbox 360 compilation of 4 Triangle Service games. Publisher Degica Games returns with Trizeal Remix, the third Shooting Love title of the Shooting Love 20XX steam line. How does it stack up? Let's take a look!   

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Saturday
Jun182016

Bullet Heaven EX, Episode 30 - Shooting Love 20XX: Minus Zero

In Episode 131 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Shooting Love 200X, a compilation of 4 Triangle Service games. Degica Games is leading the charge with 4 waves of Shooting love goodness, now rebranded as Shooting Love 20XX. Next up: The minimalist Minus Zero! How does it stack up?   

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Saturday
Jun182016

Bullet Heaven EX, Episode 29 - Shooting Love 20XX: Shmups Skill Test

In Episode 131 of Bullet Heaven HD, we took a look at Shooting Love 200X, a compilation of 4 Triangle Service games. Degica Games is leading the charge with 4 waves of Shooting love goodness, now rebranded as Shooting Love 20XX. First up: The Shmups Skill Test. How does it stack up?   

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Thursday
Jun092016

QCF: Code of Princess 

reasure's games seem like such a distant memory. Their last original game, Sin and Punishment: Star Successor (Wii) was released all the way back in 2010, with nothing more than re-releases of its now-ancient properties seeing release since.

One such game, Guardian Heroes, would see a release on Xbox Live Arcade, finally making it available to the masses for a very affordable price compared to its original Saturn release. Fast forward to 2013; Code of Princess debuts on the 3DS, by way of Atlus games. It features nearly carbon-copy gameplay to Guardian Heroes with a neat ragtag cast of interesting characters, led by the practically unclothed Princess Solange. It was also a pretty limited release, all told, which is where Degica Games' newly released Steam version of the game comes in.

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