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Reload for more shooting action with GundeadliGne, the 2nd title in the Gundemonium Collection
Release Date: Sep 27, 2011
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$3.99

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Includes 3 items: Gundemonium Recollection, Hitogata Happa, GundeadliGne

About the Game

Reload for more shooting action with GundeadliGne, the 2nd title in the Gundemonium Collection - this anime-style side-scroller brings the intensity of the 'bullet hell' shooter genre to Steam. Take your place as a mercenary and assist in the effort to prevent the annihilation of mankind by the demons of the underworld. Grab a friend, lock and load your guns - play online together in co-op mode! Choose from two player characters, and fight to unlock the third! Four levels of difficulty will make your experience an intense battle. As an added bonus, choose from 6 Matrix Masters with different abilities to help you along your way.

Key features:

  • 5 levels of bullet hell craziness
  • Sweet old-school retro anime-style art
  • Two playable characters and an unlockable third
  • 6 Matrix Masters to choose from
  • 2 unlockable mission modes
  • 11 Steam achievements
  • Local two-player multiplayer mode
  • Steamworks two-player online multiplayer mode
  • Full online leaderboards
  • New arranged soundtrack by DM Ashura

System Requirements

    • Operating system: Windows® XP, Vista, or Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel® 1 GHz Processor (Recommended: 2 GHz)
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM (Recommended: 512 MB RAM)
    • Hard disk space: 500MB
    • Video: DirectX® 9 level Graphics Card
    • Sound: DirectSound-compatible Sound Card
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9 or above
Helpful customer reviews
7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
90 products in account
5 reviews
21.2 hrs on record
Hard and challenging back to the real hellbullet games. Recommended just to bullethell lovers. But recommended from the warmest depths of my heart.

Interesting gameplay addictions, steampunk and alchemy in-game connections, anime-style and nudity, 3 playable characters with customized powers.

I didn't interest you yet? Not even with zee nudity part? Well then, let me bring more arsenal o'mine. The real good point of this game is also that it can be played as 2 players cooperation. Game can be played online.
Posted: March 14th, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
17 products in account
1 review
28.8 hrs on record
This is a good game, 8/10. I'm going to start this review with my good experience with it, then the bad one.

Gundeadligne is a japanese horizontal shmup, so you can expect it to be fast, colorful and a good description of "bullet hell", since you can find the screen to be covered with bullets often. What made me like this game is that I always am in a rush feeling playing it; the nicely arranged soundtrack gets you pumped up for action. Also, when you play with the main character Eryth, you have to repeatedly press the shoot button to fire both of her revolvers at the same time, doing more damage, and making the gameplay feel more intense.
The pixelated graphics looks awesome for me, but some of my friends disagree with that. The enemies in this game are generally half-naked girls, but in no way that is some kind of sexual opportunism, as it is not the focus of the game.
The story is not so great if you care to that (I don't, really). At the start of every stage some text explains what is happening.
The multiplayer mode is a lot fun to play, up to 2 players, local or online. The online multiplayer won't work your friend is from the other side of the world, that makes every action you make have a 1 to 2 seconds of delay.
I would not recommend this game to be someone's first shmup, and one thing to justify that is that you use four to five keys often to play this game, and I would feel confused if it were my first time facing it. Also, the game gets harder if you are being good at it. The difficulty of the game might not be appropriate for shmup beginners.

Now with my bad experience with the game.
As I mentioned before, if you're doing good in the game the Phase Level increases, making the game harder. If you play it in the easiest difficulty, that is novice, the Phase Level starts in 1 and won't go past 10, that is suitable for the difficulty. However, if you play it in Standard, the second difficulty, the Phase Level starts in 6 and goes up to 21, that is the maximum. The thing is that the Phase Level increases too fast for me, because I like the intensity of the game, and I try to go nuts in the game and score the high as I can no matter what, reaching Phase Level 21 in the game's second stage, that is suitable for the Demonic difficulty, that is Phase Level 21 fixed.
That means that the game gets too hard for me past the second stage, unless I cool down and try to stay away from the danger and intensity, which tears the game fun to pieces. The Practice Mode won't help because it starts the stage on the minimum Phase Level for the chosen difficulty, that is not my situation. It sounds like a very personal issue but a lot of my friends have the same problem. If you are remarkably good at shmups and can surpass it just ignore what I just wrote and this game is a round 10/10 for you. Of course, I'll get good in time and be able to survive Phase Level 21, but that will take a long, hard time, that would turn the game down for some people.

EDIT: I'm not sure if I was clear enough, but I'm blaming the game for being unbalanced, not for being difficult.
Posted: June 28th, 2014
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
28 products in account
1 review
2.8 hrs on record
Great, but difficult. There is certainly a learning curve and even those will little experience with shmups will eventually, but surprisingly, find themselves gracefully dodging streams of bullets. The co-op is a pain, however, as the game is unforgiving and offers no continues or credits in that mode.
Posted: February 26th, 2014
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
216 products in account
38 reviews
2.6 hrs on record
The 2nd game in the Gundemonium series, about the same difficulty as the first 1, lots of characters and a continuation of the 1st games touhou story-line.
Posted: February 22nd, 2014
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
651 products in account
84 reviews
0.2 hrs on record
well i mean the graphics are nice and the sound is cool and the mechanics seem moderately interesting but all this is completely undermined by the absolute worst control binding setup i have ever encountered in a PC game. Certain keys simply can't be bound, other keys "seem" like they bind but don't actually take effect in game, and of course the GUI is navigated by the [FIRE] and [BOMB] (i think?) keys as opposed to, you know, [ENTER] and [ESCAPE]. Also when you bind a key in the GUI it assigns a random number (so instead of showing that "Q" fires it'll show "6", even though "Q" is what you use).

Just absolutely untenable, and if this is how bad it is with a keyboard I shudder to think how bad the default gamepad controls must be. Not going to bother digging out my pad to find out - there's tons of shooters out there, no need to waste any more time with this considering how little time the developers spent on making the back-end friendly.
Posted: April 17th, 2014
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20 of 23 people (87%) found this review helpful
407 products in account
10 reviews
1.4 hrs on record
If you enjoy Touhou Project, you'll definitely enjoy this.
Posted: November 25th, 2013
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