Schießen Sie sie ab, mit dem 3. Spiel in der Gundemonium Sammelreihe.
Nutzerreviews: Sehr positiv (88 Reviews)
Veröffentlichung: 27. Sep. 2011

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Enthält 3 Artikel: Gundemonium Recollection, Hitogata Happa, GundeadliGne

 

Über dieses Spiel

Schießen Sie sie ab, mit dem 3. Spiel in der Gundemonium Sammelreihe. Hitogata Happa wird als einer der schwierigsten Doujin-Style-Shooter aller Zeiten eingestuft! – Anders als die anderen beiden Spiele ist Hiitogata Happa ein vertikaler Shooter, die Action in diesem Spiel ist ein visueller Mischmasch aus Waffen, die bei Ihnen eine komplette Reizüberflutung erzeugen werden. Von einer erobernden Armee bedroht, verpflichtete sich Rosa der Magie einer Hexe, Kreutzer – die Ihre eigene Armee aus magischen Kuscheltieren hat, jedes mit großer Kraft und abgefahrenen Waffen. Setzen Sie diese Kuscheltiere ein um sich an den Eroberern zu rächen, während Sie die sechs intensiven Welten durchqueren. Wählen Sie einen der zwölf spielbaren Charaktere (vier freischaltbare), alle mit ihren eigenen besonderen Fähigkeiten und schalten Sie geheime Spielfunktionen frei.

Haupteigenschaften:

  • 6 Welten mit vertikal-scrollendem Bullet-Wahnsinn
  • Netter Old-School-Retro-Anime-Kunststil
  • 8 spielbare und 4 freischaltbare Charaktere
  • 2 freischaltbare Spezialmodi
  • 13 Steam-Errungenschaften
  • Komplette Online-Ranglisten
  • Neu bearbeiteter Soundtrack von Woofle

Systemvoraussetzungen

    • Betriebssystem: Windows® XP, Vista, oder Windows 7
    • Prozessor: Intel® 1 GHz Prozessor (Empfohlen: 2 GHz)
    • Speicher: 256 MB RAM (Empfohlen: 512 MB RAM)
    • Festplatte: 500 MB
    • Grafik: DirectX® 9 Grafikkarte
    • Sound: DirectSound-kompatible Soundkarte
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9 oder besser
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10 von 12 Personen (83%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
13.1 Std. insgesamt
Another one of my favorite shmups on Steam. This game has a ton of polish, a few different game modes, very nice pixel art with lots of explosions happening all the time and 13 characters! This game is a bit different than your typical shmup. Your "bombs" in this game will explode by sacrificing your character against an enemy. Weird concept, but it works great! You can also buy multiple lives and new characters after each stage to make up for sacrficing yourself. Its still very difficult and most people wont make it past the Beginner difficulty. One of the best shmups on Steam and highly recommended.
Verfasst: 15. Juni
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10 von 15 Personen (67%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1.6 Std. insgesamt
This is the first and so far only accurate simulation of WW2 kamikaze missions I've ever played and I'm pleased to say that it does it well. I feel my burning Japanese spirit swell up with pride as I dodge the yankee devil danmaku and sacrifice myself so that my comrades might walk over my corpse and onward to victory. This is the spirit of kantorai, something you gaijin would never understand. Long live the Emperor. I give this game 10/10.
Verfasst: 26. Juli
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8 von 17 Personen (47%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.2 Std. insgesamt
Well, I hadnt played this game in ages, and after buying the Gundemonium Collection, I figured I"d have a go at it since I couldnt really remember much of it.

....and then it very quickly hit me as to WHY I hadnt played this game in ages. Suddenly, I remembered it all. If you're wondering why my "time spent" on this game here on Steam is so low, and yet I'm writing a review, it's because I've already spent a big pile of time with this, and the other two games, on the PS3 versions, which came out quite some time ago.

The other two games in the trilogy are bloody brilliant. Excellent bullet-hell type games.

This one though is different. Everything that the other two get right, THIS one gets wrong. Uninteresting attack patterns, extremely repetetive (and short) level design, stupid control issues (really? There's no "slow movement" button here? In a bullet-hell shmup? when there WAS one in the other two?), cheap boss attacks (the first boss: If you DONT know that he's going to do the arm swipe as his first attack, and if you dont ALREADY know just where to be when he does it, you WILL die 1 second into the fight. Gets worse from there.) and one of the worst game mechanics I've ever heard of in this type of game.

See, here's the main gimmick: You've got all of these different dolls that you control instead of ships. You can switch them out when one dies, and you essentially get nine lives to go with. All of them have different abilities and blah blah blah. None of THAT matters, though, you see. While that all sounds cool, it's obliterated by that particular gameplay mechanic that I mentioned up above. You cant just shoot things in this or use special powers on them, nooooooooooo. What you have to do is kill yourself. No, really. Bosses in particular CANNOT be beaten without doing this.... numerous times on each. You fill up this "flow" meter by shooting stuff, and when it's powered up, ramming yourself into an enemy of any sort will cause the doll to violently explode, doing massive damage to anything caught in the blast.

Bosses take next to no damage from anything else, so you A: have to do this against them, and B: have to have enough remaining lives when you reach each one.

But the problem with this is simple: This is a danmaku shmup. Bullet-hell. Where the idea of RAMMING something exists. Think about that for a second. You've got chaotic, and most importantly, DENSE patterns coming out from these things, and you have to RAM THE SOURCE OF THEM. In other words, you must successfully plow directly through the areas with the highest bullet density (since it's where the shots are coming from) and successfully ram the boss without taking a hit. Yeah. Good luck with that one.

Typically, getting really close to enemies... and I dont mean right next to them, but just a short distance away... in a bullet-hell game is quite the challenge for most players. There are plenty of games of this type where the closer you are to an enemy when it pops, the more points you get. Which makes sense due to the challenge of getting close without taking a hit. But that's an OPTIONAL thing.... you dont HAVE to do it. And you can learn it in bits and pieces. As you go through the game in question, you'll learn the patterns and learn how everything works, and you spot different ways of getting close to some things to pop them, and so on.

Well, in THIS game, you *have* to do it, and getting close isnt good enough. Gotta actually collide with the thing. AFTER surviving long enough to charge up the Flow meter.

Yeah. Saying that this is frustrating is an understatement.


This developer has made a number of interesting and creative shmuppy games, and for the most part all of them are very good, which of course includes Gundemonium Recollection and GundeadliGne, the other two in this 3-pack. But THIS game is the exception. And I haaaaaaaate having to say that, as this is one of those developers that I have alot of respect for otherwise.

But even a great dev can make a mistake from time to time.
Verfasst: 9. Juni
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0 von 1 Personen (0%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.7 Std. insgesamt
Good game, but I can't figure out how to drop a bomb on the enemy. It's my first time playing this.
Verfasst: 13. August
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2 von 9 Personen (22%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
0.4 Std. insgesamt
This is a very bad Danmaku game; it has almost no redeeming features. The game feels a lot more clunky than other Danmaku games, the OST sucks, the character design is stupid and they're annoying. If you want a Danmaku game to play on Steam; DO NOT GET THIS ONE.
Verfasst: 13. Juli
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17 von 19 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
16.7 Std. insgesamt
This is one of the best bullet hells here avaliable on Steam (of course it's not touhou but it does its work pretty well), and it's totally worth it (more if you can get it on sale). The third part of the Gundemonium Recollection, and a vertical scroll (instead of horizontal like its predecessors), with very charming characthers and of course a japanese touch. The other two games of the Gundemonium Recollection are great too, so if you want to get it, don't doubt it.
Verfasst: 13. Februar
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