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- 16 stages
- 3 selectable difficulty levels
- Configurable controls
- Adjustable screen position
- Different weapons selectable
- More than 20 large boss enemies
- Hundreds of different enemies
- FMV intro sequence
- Hybrid 2D/3D game engine
- Resolution 640x480
- PAL50, PAL60, NTSC and VGA (with Adapter) compatible
- CDDA Sound
- Works with any MIL-CD compatible Dreamcast
- Supports Joypad, Arcade Stick (Analog/Digital), VMU, and Rumble Pack
- Internet Hi-Score Tables
- Award Trophy System with unlockable content
Strap into the pilots seat,Sturmwindneeds you to defend the homeworld!Sturmwindhas been receiving a multitude of international press since it's inception, and rightly so!Released April, 2013 this title isa love letter to the golden age of shmups, takingthe Dreamcast console to new heights utilizing a clever hybrid 2D/3D engine.In relation to the system's age,Sturmwindlooks and feelsabsolutely amazing.
With 16levelsand 7 worlds, 20 giantbosses and over 100 enemies, players can expect one of their bestshmup experiences as they search for the "Mother," the planet of our ancestors!
Sturmwindisregion-free and supports both PAL at 50Hz and 60Hz, as well as NTSC and VGA. An arcade stick (both analog and digital) as well as the standard joypad can be used, with allcontrols configurable. On top of that theVMU and rumble pack support are alsoenabled, andit is the first commercial game that uses theSD-card adapter. It is possible to savereplays, high-scoresand even add-ons onto the SD-card.
|Official Release Date||Apr 24, 2013|
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Diehard GameFAN | Review: Sturmwind (Sega Dreamcast)
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This shooter started life as an Atari Jaguar game and fell into development hell. Then much much later it appeared again as a Dreamcast indie title after the system was long pronounced dead.
It is a beautiful shmup that really makes the system work overtime. It is similar to Gradius but not as hard. The music is also really high quality. It was hard to get for awhile so I'd get it while it's in stock. Overall this is a great game that deserves your attention!
A must for Dreamcast owners.
Great shoot em up with depth and strategy. Awesome game.
I can't recommend this game enough if you are a fan of shmups. The graphics, music, controls and atmosphere are top notch. Although I love shoot em ups, I am not very good at them, but I feel that while difficult, it's not overly so in the early stages. I hope to see more games of this quality for the Dreamcast.
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