I can’t put into words how excited I was when I saw the decrepit halls of the Ishimura again…all I can say is I’m seriously excited and may the gaming gods bring you glory.
Some of you may remember me reviewing similar titles of Taito and ININ games in the past as they have sent me quite a few of their remasters and I can truly say they have always been top notch, And I do not expect this one to be any different. They may not always be my preferred genre, but they always bring that nostalgia feeling with a new age play style. I have set all the details you need below, in their words if course.
TAITO and ININ Games are happy to announce G-Darius HD – a remastered port of the original G-Darius from 1997! The classic shoot ‘em up will be released both physically and digitally on Nintendo Switch and Sony PlayStation 4 for Europe and North America later this year and can already be pre-ordered.
Developed by the masters of remastering at M2, G-Darius HD is a beautiful port of the original game from the late 90s that was known for its epic, boss versus player beam-battles and its brilliant, catchy soundtrack. Back then, the game was praised as a prime example of how to bring a 2D game genre to 3D properly. Now true fans of the series and new players alike, can enjoy this iconic shoot ‘em up in HD glory! And those who enjoy authentic graphics, faithful to the original also get their money’s worth, as it can be played in low resolution to get the classic arcade experience.
Branching stages and different paths within one stage
Iconic maritime-inspired boss design
Unique capture system of enemy spacecrafts for strategic depth
Playable with modern high-resolution, or original arcade graphics
Fantastic soundtrack and audio design
For more information about the game, visit https://darius.iningames.com/
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