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|Battle Garegga Rev. 2016||Shoot'em Up||The classic maniac Arcade shooter returns courtesy of M2, with tons of customization options to blease both casuals and hardcore gamers alike. Still the same great experience and awesome soundtrack of yesterday!|
|Darius Burst: Chronicle Saviours||Shoot'em Up||The ultimate Darius package, for Darius and Shmup fans alike! It has two modes of play, AC Mode and CS Mode. AC mode is a direct port of the Arcade game Darius Burst: Another Chronicle EX, massive resolution and all, while the CS mode is where the bulk of the game is. You pick from missions on a map, which consists of playing through a sequence of stages, which when beaten unlock more missions, branching into various directions. There are 9 different ships to choose, including ships based on the previous games of the series.
Also available on Vita and PC, with the PC version supporting dual monitors in AC mode.
|Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams - Director's Cut||Platformer||A little girl has to go through the world of dreams and kick some serious owl butt to rescue her sister. A great game, sequel of one of the most fondly remembered games from the 1980s European computer scene. Don't let the cutesy cover fool you, shit gets hardcore challenging after a while. Includes the "Rise of the Owlverlord" expansion. It also has a physical version which can be found pretty cheap out there.|
|Jamestown+||Shoot 'Em Up||The year is 1619, and England and Spain are at war for the colonies on planet Mars. Great indie steampunk-ish bullet hell, clearly inspired by Cave's arcades. Lush pixel art and epic orchestral soundtrack. Has a bunch of improvements and extra content over the original PC version.|
|Resogun||Shoot 'Em Up||From the makers of the Super Stardust games comes this stunningly beautiful shoot 'em up. Classic arcade space shooter action meets the graphics of the modern age. If you're a fan of shmups, this is your first treat from the eighth generation, and it doesn't dissapoint, although veterans may find it a bit easy, and also short (five levels).|
|SNK Heroines: Tag Team Frenzy||Fighting||Surprisingly fun fightan with a simplified but solid gameplay similar to Pocket Fighter, with single direction inputs and a focus on juggling combos. Has many SNK's waifus (mostly taken from KoF XIV) on skimpy outfits and a ridiculously comedic plot where Kukri from KoF XIV is now a pervert and wants all waifus for himself. Also female Terry Bogard for some reason.|