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This big year-two expansion irons out most of Destiny 2's wrinkles and offers some of the most mysterious, enjoyable content the series has seen so far.
Odyssey takes Origins' formula and expands it to the point of nearly breaking.
Forza Horizon 4's connected world and seasonal weather help make what's otherwise a very familiar-feeling experience feel fresh one more time.
consists of 2 releases.
Released Jan 17, 2001
Bullet hell shoot'em'up developed by Naut Mark. Horizontal scrolling.
Akai Katana for Xbox 360 contains three different modes, including a port of the original arcade version of Akai Katana.
Jamestown: Legend Of The Lost Colony is a neo-classical top-down shooter for up to 4 players, set on 17th-century British Colonial Mars.
An updated version of Deathsmiles II: Makai no Merry Christmas, exclusive to the Xbox 360.
A horizontal shoot 'em up for the Xbox 360. Features cute witches and a bullet-slowing mechanic.
A horizontal bullet hell shoot 'em up developed by Cave, and the sequel to Deathsmiles.
An updated version of DoDonPachi Daioujou released in 2009.
Castle of Shikigami III is a top-down shooter that features a cast of diverse characters with different gameplay styles and storylines. It is the third game in the main line Castle of Shikigami series.
A 'Bullet Hell' Shoot 'Em Up game.
A 2005 shoot'em up arcade game released by Milestone Inc.
The sixth entry, and first straight-to-console iteration, in the fast-paced sci-fi space shooter series, Gradius V implemented 3D models and backdrops, simultaneous multiplayer, online scoreboards, "revival start," and advanced control schemes. It is the only Gradius game not developed exclusively by Konami.
Planned as the last game in the R- Type series, Final has you investigating a destroyed space colony and includes 101 different ships from throughout the R-type timeline.
Top-down shooter featuring a variety of witches and wizards aboard flying brooms, firing spells at incoming enemies. Features co-operative play and sold at a budget price in most areas.
A vertically scrolling shoot 'em up, from Treasure that features unique polarity-switching gameplay. It is the spiritual successor to Radiant Silvergun.
Sequel to the arcade hit. This game is ever more over the top than the last game, and the new reflect system causes all kind of carnage on screen.
Giga Wing is a 1999 vertical shooter from Capcom; it is well-known for the incredible amount of points that a player can collect in the game.
Radiant Silvergun is a vertical scrolling shooter with several weapons and a color-based chain system.
A vertical scrolling shoot 'em up developed by Cave. A primary originator of the "bullet hell" subgenre.
The fourth entry in Capcom's vertical scrolling shooter series for the arcade.
A side-scrolling shoot 'em up that is a Gradius parody - hence, "Parodius".
The now widely available third installment to the Gradius franchise was the first to introduce customizable weapon sets and brief 2.5D action.
The follow-up to Konami's shoot-em-up Arcade classic Gradius. It had various home conversions, though was not available in the US until its Wii Virtual Console release.
A 2D side-scrolling shooter, and an arcade classic! Travel across space, power-up the companion orb, and bring down some of the toughest alien bosses in gaming.
The first game of the DonPachi series.
A side scrolling arcade shoot 'em up and the first in Konami's famous series. The game became famous for its extreme difficulty and varied power-ups.
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