The Castle of Shikigami / Shikigami No Shiro Evolution (Rainbow Cover)

The Castle of Shikigami / Shikigami No Shiro Evolution (Rainbow Cover)


Alfa System
Compatible with Xbox™

For JPN/Asian systems only.
NTSC
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Alfa System
Compatible With Xbox™
Version
NTSC
1-2w Usually ships within 1 to 2 weeks
Price
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Shikigami No Shiro Evolution for Xbox is an update of the original version of Shikigami No Shiro which was released in March 2002. The new version has an improved AI, new characters, and new game modes not found in the original. Available as 2 versions (blue & red cover).

further info

Original Name  式神の城 EVOLUTION 紅
Official Release Date Dec 18, 2002
Genre Shooting
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0000041225
Catalog No.  Q68-00001
Item Code  4571137330156
Players  1-2

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e_pedraza_g (485) on 08, Jan. 2011 09:56 (HKT)
One for the collection
This is a great shmup... although it belongs to the generation when shooters started leaning towards filling the screen with all kind of bullets, instead of challenging you with clever enemy/bullet patterns, like more technical fare (raiden, gradius) it still is a great anime inspired game.
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