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Additions to the Dreamcast version include a variety of setup options, including several display modes and an arrange BGM mode. A pratice mode has been included, in which a stage can be chosen freely and replays be saved. The saved replay can be seen from different viewpoints to study and improve one's skills. The Dreamcast port further contains a Gallery Mode with lots of pictures, artworks and more.
|Release Date||Mar 21, 2006|
Suitable for all ages.
|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
Showing the last 5 reviews, out of a total 25 reviews. Please note that opinions expressed in any review are those of our customers and do not necessarily match those of the Play-Asia.com team.
G.REV made a great Job! Awesome Graphics, beautiful Explosions, nice Aiming Mechanism, perfect Enemy(s) and Leveldesign. That's how should be Shoot'em up's! In every Way much better than this slow, boring and nerv(change Colors to absorb Shoots) Ikaruga from Treasure! G.REV, you are really Professionals! Only Battle Garegga is better! It is on the same Level with Raiden and the Thunderforce Series! The only sad Things is, there are some Slowdowns in the Game and second, i owned no Copy in my Collection! But i played this once through and it is worth every Price you can find it on the Market! best Regards. mc
really fun game where you can aim about 20 degrees either side of forward, depending on which way you're moving, then keep that angle of fire by firing. once you get the hang of it you'll be dodging enemy fire and shooting them from the side in no time! a lot of fun and keeps me coming back even though I'm not ver good, yet!
If you a shooter Fan buy it !!!! The graphics is great !! Best game for DC I play for a long time.
A sequel to zero gunner 2,quite technical and a true eye-candy,top playability and quite good lifetime(you ll get back to it!!!).
This game is beautiful - if played on a VGA monitor. On a regular tv, it isn't half as good.
My Under Defeat LE version arrived six days after ordering it, so yet again, extremely good service. I haven't had a single problem with play-asia since I've started purchasing games from them.
The game itself takes a bit of getting used to, though, that really isn't a problem. I don't like Zero Gunner 2 at all, but this game is amazing. You can't compare the two. As there's a lack of videos regarding this game, I'll attempt to explain this to the best of my ability.
The game is a vertical scrolling 2D/3D shooter, and the graphics are akin to Ikaruga. I'd go to the extent of saying the graphics exceed Ikaruga's, simply due to the explosions and amount of detail they've put into the game.
It isn't a bullet hell shooter like the CAVE games. It's a balance of blowing stuff up, along with bullet dodging. It's rather difficult to kill everything on the screen, and you're bound to miss a few enemies, so it really feels like you aren't some tiny ship killing everything in sight. However, there are bullet patterns as found in CAVE games, but not half as much.
The soundtrack is nice, but it isn't special. It's a nice addition, and Stage 1 (Can't come back) and Stage 5 (Tears which died) are most memorable. But I must admit, in comparison to other OSTs available (ESP Galuda comes to mind), this isn't the best of the bunch.
Regardless, I highly recommend purchasing this title, along with a VGA box, along with DC-X. Having this hooked up to a TATE'd 17" monitor, and the sound into a subwoofer, makes for an incredible game. I can't honestly say this game has the same feeling on a regular tv, although it is still stunning for the Dreamcast.
If you're going to purchase this product, go all the way. VGA box, vertical monitor, boot disc, and Under Defeat. Make shooting fans proud.
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