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Shoot! Dodge! and... Get Hit!? "Ikaruga" is a vertical shoot 'em up that features an unique polarity-switching gameplay. Switch the ship's polarity and "get hit and absorb" enemy bullets! Achieve High Score with the chain bonus!
Veröffentlichung: 18 Feb. 2014
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Updated (Build 354142)

13 August 2014

  • Added 'APPENDIX' menu. Gallery and SoundTracks mode.
  • Change title screen pictures to HD
  • Chapter 1: Fixed slowdown of the scene after the chapter title.
    (Change far objects to billboard, and speed up)
  • Fixed minor bugs

アップデートしました(ビルド ID 354142)
  • おまけメニュー(APPENDIX)追加。ギャラリー、サウンドモード。
  • タイトル画面を高解像度化、調整
  • Chapter 1 雲海上のシーンの高速化
  • 他、バグ修正など

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Updated (Build 260346)

9 Mai 2014

  • DirectInput device support
  • Tweaked Analog stick
  • Fixed delay of drawing in some environments
  • Added 'QUALITY SETTINGS' in the 'VIDEO SETTINGS'
  • C1: Fixed battery placement for the second time "Ajisashi"
  • C2: Fixed some blocks had appeared on the screen suddenly
  • C5: Fixed the error shutdown after the result screen
  • Fixed some textures
  • Fixed minor bugs

アップデートしました(ビルド ID 260346)
  • DirectInput 形式のゲームパッド対応
  • アナログスティックを調整
  • 一部の環境で描画にウェイトがかかっていた問題を修正
  • 「VIDEO SETTINGS」内に「QUALITY SETTINGS」の項目を追加
  • C1、2回目の「鰺刺」(アジサシ)の砲台配置がずれていたのを修正
  • C2、地下シーンで一部ブロックが急に画面に出現していたのを修正
  • C5、ボス戦リザルト表示後にエラーで終了する場合があったのを修正
  • 一部のエフェクト、テクスチャの修正
  • 他、バグ修正など

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Über das Spiel

Shoot! Dodge! and... Get Hit!?

Ikaruga is a vertical shoot 'em up that features an unique polarity-switching gameplay.
Switch the ship's polarity and "get hit and absorb" enemy bullets!
Achieve High Score with the chain bonus!

Features

  • The player ship, all enemies and bullets are black or white.
    Player's polarity can be switched at will.
  • Your ship can absorb enemy bullets of the same polarity.
    Filled energy goes to fire powerful homing lasers! (Release Power)
  • Defeat 3 enemies in a row of the same polarity and get the chain bonus!
    Building up high scores feels like a puzzle game?
  • Spectacular 3D graphics. Fast and smooth game play.
  • 2 Players game (Local) and
    Double Play Mode: You can play 2 Players game with one controller.
  • 5 levels. Tactical level design and boss battles.
  • 3 difficulty levels: EASY, NORMAL, HARD.
    Change your tactics depending on the difficulty.
  • 2 Game modes: ARCADE, PROTOTYPE (not hidden).
  • Replay data save is available.
    You can also download them from the Leaderboards.
  • Vertical screen mode support.
    You can also play the game like a side-scrolling shooter by rotating only the game screen.
  • Xbox360 controller, Keyboard and Mouse support.

Systemvoraussetzungen

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 8 / 7 / Vista / XP
    • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo / Athron64 X2
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c support (256 MB VRAM)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 512 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c support
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel or AMD multicore processor recently 5 years
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA or AMD in recently 5 years
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 512 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c support
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My Opinion: As a long time hardcore gamer, Ikaruga manages to deliver to an experience that is unparalleled in it's execution, and is the purest embodiment of a just plain fun arcade game.

Now, I proud myself on being a pretty decent gamer. I'm the type of guy who bumps up the difficulty on a game I've never played before because it wont be fun otherwise, who tries for 100% completion on the harder difficulty and the most backbreaking tasks. If there's on thing that you have to know, is that this game is hard. I'm sorry, I'm understating it. It is difficult. Unyielding. Strenuous. It is harder than trying to teach your mother how to use a computer (or mine at least). When I first started this game, I was placed balls deep in the most hectic and brvtal experience of my whole gaming career, even more so than Dark Souls. There are five levels in this game, and in the four years that I've owned this game, I have never beat level three. On easy.

I don't mean to deter you by talking about how difficult this is. If you don't like difficult games, then this is definitely not the game for you. But the thing is, I enjoy twitching my thumbs and smashing my keyboard while I play this. It's not difficult in the sense that it's cheating, but that the game mechanics are so cleverly put that you need to gain an ultimate mastery of it. In the screenshots you see of the game, it may seem like all hell is breaking loose and you'll have no idea what's going on, but in reality you do. This is an easy to learn hard to master game, and game that is on the top of my wishlist now that it's been ported to PC.

So how does the game work? You pilot a ship, and the whole game is built around it's ability to change 'polarities'. It can be either negative or positive, red and blue correspondingly. When you're negative, you fire negative bullets, and so forth. The enemies also work like this, with the grunts being locked in one polarity and the bosses being able to switch. Now at practically all times, the screen is full of red and blue bullets, lasers, missiles, anything. There's no way you can avoid them all, and that's where polarities come in. When you are in a negative polarity, you're immune to negative fire, and vice versa. This idea, this game mechanic opens up for one of the most creative gaming experiences I've ever played.

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Probably one of the most ubiquitous shmups released since 2000. If you like oldschool games and ever owned a Dreamcast, Gamecube, or Xbox 360, than you've probably heard of this one.

Ikaruga's main twist is the polarity system, in which all bullets come in two colors, and your ship can switch between the two colors at will. You die from opposite colored bullets and power up from same colored bullets, as well as deal extra damage to enemies of the opposite color. It's very simple but is a really cool system that adds a lot of depth to the game.

The other thing of note about Ikaruga, is that it's a very methodical "puzzle shooter" type game. It's very static, and enemies and patterns are often arranged in such a way as to seem like a puzzle to "figure out" and deal with correctly. For this reason Ikaruga very much prioritizes pure execution over reflexes.

However, even if you're the type of person who prefers games that force reaction and improvisation over static paths and execution (as I count myself), you should still be able to enjoy Ikaruga because...well, it's a damn fun game. The level designs and enemies are varied and creative, the bosses are epic, the pacing is tight, the scoring is deep, and the presentation and music would be worth playing the game for alone.

Overall I'd say it's a must play for fans of shmups and 2d games in general. It might not be your favorite shmup ever depending on your tastes and preferences in gameplay design, but it's an excellent game that's well worth experiencing.
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Just in case you thought you were good at video games.
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