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US$ 26.245 d, 10:12:06
- 2D shooting power
- Excellent Arcade conversion
- Includes bonus DVD with Do Don Pachi Daioujou Trailer
|Original Name||怒首領蜂 大往生|
|Release Date||Apr 10, 2003|
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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True to the Arcade version ported to the PS2! And for shooter fans, it also comes with a DVD Superplay. What more can you ask for?
Even Easy Mode on this game is incredibly difficult, yet the game itself remains very fun and addictive, even for a novice Manic Shooter player like myself.
While extremely hard, the game does offer a number of merciful gameplay modes for novices, such as 'No Bullets Mode' and 'Simulation Mode' where the player is invincible.
Very fun, but very hard. If you're looking for a game that's rare, good, AND challenging, look no further.
It's a mark of how great a developer Cave is that a game as punishing as Dodonpachi Daioujou nevertheless remains both compulsive and horribly addictive, it's searing difficuly more a measure of your own incomptetence than unfair game design.
And the bonus DVD is a teriffic, er.. bonus. Rare as hen's teeth so if it's showing up as available on Play-Asia then buy it...dummy. :P
DoDonPachi Dai Ou Jou is a genre-defining game by Cave, who already changed the way of playing Shooting titles by insert tons of bullets on screen with Batsugun and DoDonPachi. In this time, Cave was decided to "put the double amount of bullets" than DoDonPachi and they make it, in result, Dai Ou Jou is one of the most beautiful and hardest danmaku (bullet hell) games of the decade.
But, the most incredible thing about the PS2 Port is... the Port itself: Arika has made the most professional Port of an arcade game ever, with exact low-res TATE modes with the same resolution of the original arcade board and make test before the release of the game with the most awesome Shooting players of Japan, trying to delete all the Bugs that they can found.
The game comes with a Superplay DVD, something very unsual for the year of release and is simply awesome, with full-chain/1CC play who i enjoyed a lot. Also the exclusive Death Label mode (a boss-rush mode that maybe you know thanks to the Nintendo DS version of Ketsui) of the game is pretty fun and extremely challenging.
DDP Dai Ou Jou is simply one of the best, if not THE best, danmaku Shooting experience on Playstation 2 and this Port is even better than the Xbox 360 version (read on Google about the problem with 5pb, you will understand), so is a must have.
An absolutely amazing Arcade port!
I'd have to say that this is quite possibly the hardest shooter I have played, but it is very well among the best. The extreme difficulty only pushes you to get better and play stages over and over while still proving to be a BLAST.
The game comes with a Bonus DVD of a pro Japanese player that will blow your mind. "How does he do that!?"
I don't see this title being discounted or a "Best" version in the works, SO GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE! You will not be disappointed.
Do Don Pachi Daioujou DV