El primero de los tres títulos de Gundemonium Collection, este scroller lateral de estilo pixelado trae a Steam toda la intensidad del género "bullet hell". ¡Elige a uno de los dos personajes disponibles para jugar, incluyendo a un tercer personaje desbloqueable! ¡Modifica el armamento del personaje según tus preferencias!
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Muy positivos (114 análisis) - El 94% de los 114 análisis de los usuarios sobre este juego son positivos.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 27 sep. 2011

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El primero de los tres títulos de Gundemonium Collection, este scroller lateral de estilo pixelado trae a Steam toda la intensidad del género "bullet hell". ¡Elige a uno de los dos personajes disponibles para jugar, incluyendo a un tercer personaje desbloqueable! ¡Modifica el armamento del personaje según tus preferencias! Domina 5 niveles de frenética jugabilidad mientras te bombardean con armamento de alto impacto. Cada nivel termina con un desafiante jefe que derrotar. ¡Tres modos de juego que mantendrán en marcha la acción sin raudales! Experimenta un nuevo nivel de jugabilidad: Disfruta Gundemonium Recollection mientras escuchas una banda sonora completamente nueva.

Características principales

  • 5 niveles de intensa acción de cruce de balas
  • Arte retro de estilo anime de la buena vieja escuela
  • Elige entre dos personajes con los que podrás jugar y un tercero que desbloquear
  • Modos Historia, Práctica y Misión para llevar tus habilidades de disparo al máximo
  • 32 logros de Steam
  • Tablas de clasificación completamente online
  • Un nuevo arreglo de banda sonora por DM Ashura

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows® XP, Vista o 7
    • Procesador: Intel® a 1 GHz (recomendado: a 2 GHz)
    • Memoria: 256 MB de RAM (recomendado: 512 MB de RAM)
    • Disco Duro: 500 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Gráfica compatible con DirectX® 9
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectSound
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9 o posterior
Análisis útiles de usuarios
A 3 de 4 personas (75%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.6 h registradas
Publicado el 6 de marzo
Retro cutesy bullet hell at its finest. A good amount of challenge to it, yet can get fairly far in it on easy and being a noob to bullet hell, sadly there are no continues, only start with more lives. The biggest thing missing to me is a story. Would be so cool to see some dialogue and a story mode. But hey, its a good game for a great price. I say go out and buy Gundemonium Collection, its a blast! If you like anime at all you owe it to yourself.
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A 4 de 6 personas (67%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1.4 h registradas
Publicado el 2 de noviembre de 2015
This game is quite addicting from what I thought. I really thought this would be a boring game and I wasted my dollars on it, no that's a true lie right there! I LOVE THIS GAME. It's worth your time!! It's addicting and I already had gotten good at it with just a spam of bullets!
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A 5 de 9 personas (56%) les ha sido útil este análisis
44.4 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de diciembre de 2015
This is a best danmaku game on steam, and I got my new waifu from it.

Also, original ost>remix
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A 2 de 4 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.5 h registradas
Publicado el 3 de noviembre de 2015
Challenging scroll shooter with cute graphics.
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A 29 de 30 personas (97%) les ha sido útil este análisis
1 persona ha encontrado divertido este análisis
26.5 h registradas
Publicado el 5 de noviembre de 2014
Alright, if you're here, then you probably know what the "bullet hell" subgenre is, or at least its parent genre, shoot 'em ups (from now on referred to as "shmups"), but if not, I'll briefly explain:

Shmups are generally defined as any top-down or side-scrolling shooter, such as Galaga, Space Invaders, and many others. Bullet hell games, on the other hand, take this to the EXTREME; some of the screenshots for this game should show you just how many bullets you'll have to deal with. To compensate for this, your character's hit box is extremely small, really only a couple of pixels big, so that this is at all possible.

With that out of the way, the actual review!

The presentation:
Generally pretty good quality sprite work; I wouldn't say it's anything outstanding, but certainly nothing to scoff at. The menus are a tad bland, but function well, and aren't boring; just simple.

The story:
It's a little hard for me to comment on this one, honestly; the story isn't really well told throughout the game. To give an example of how important the story is, there's an option to disable the pre-level "cutscenes", which are only one screen with text and some pictures anyway. I believe it has something to do with humanity doing something dumb, and that causes some evil person to attack (again? I'm not sure; I haven't played the first game), and you, being part of some millitary group, have to go and face her. Not terrible, but not super deep either. But that's probably not why you're here, is it? You're looking for...

The gameplay:
Is fantastic. Before you start the game, you have the choice between two characters, Eryth and Earl, and another once you beat the true final boss (which, I should mention, I have not done). Now, there are two conflicting sources on the amount of characters; one (this very Steam page) says that there are two starting characters, with the unlockable third, while the games official webpage states that there are FIVE characters, along with an unlockable sixth. Neither of these are completely correct. The second character, Earl, is actually a customizable character; you can use one of four presets, or you can mix and match her three selectable abilities. These abilities, of which Eryth has as well (however, Eryth is stuck with one skillset), include your normal shots, "bombs" (which almost never actually includes using a bomb), and "Mana Action", which requires your Mana bar to be filled up; this can be done by killing enemies. The game isn't too long, probably about an hour or less if your good; but that's a pretty tall order. The first time I played through this game (playing as Eryth, Revised (normal) difficulty), it took about two hours of multiple retries to get past these five stages. Despite the difficulty (which is pretty normal for these kinds of games), I had a blast, and felt extremely satisfied once I finally conquered it. Thanks in no small part to...

The music:
Now, personally, I loved the music. It's probably one of my favorite game soundtracks, and I'm not exaggerating; I rank this up there with Cave Story, Mega Man X, BlazBlue (the collective series), all of those amazing soundtracks. And the soundtrack actually comes including in the Steam folder for the game once it's installed, so that's a huge plus. However, looking at another review, it said that the musical wasn't all that great. So who knows, I might be in the minority on this one.

Overall:
Hopefully this review didn't end up being too long-winded; I don't exactly have a lot of experience with reviewing. However, I found myself having to hold back on how much I said, because I quite bluntly love this game. It's one of my favorites, and I'm pretty sure the next few days will be spent on getting the achievements. I hope you decide to pick this game up, because it's definitely worth it; I plan on buying the other games in the series at some point soon as well.
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