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If the words ‘boss rush bullet hell’ don’t strike fear into you, you’re a braver person than myself. Just for you then, I present Godstrike on Xbox, a new bullet hell that is launching today, and also on PlayStation 4.
Just announced – and with a playable demo on Steam arriving on 1st October – is a clawsome looking bullet hell spliced together with out furry feline friends: Wildcat Gun Machine is the gun-touting shooter/cat hybrid you never knew you needed.
Flowing Lights is a game that demands planning in advance; these aren’t simply run and gun levels, they are puzzles that need to be solved. And it is having to adapt this mentality that makes Flowing Lights such a unique and fun experience.
Reckon you can handle more bullet hell? Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Store is delivering just that to Xbox One owners.
Bullet hell. Two words that can make a gamer quiver with fear or with enjoyment… or both.
We've recently seen eastasiasoft struggle to entertain the masses with the likes of Red Death on Xbox One. Today though we see the company try to deal more of the same twin-stick bullet-hell madness with the launch of Null Drifter on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The question is, will the minimalist presentation and promise of maximized action actually deliver?
Like your twin-stick shooters? Love bullet-hell? You'll be right up home with the launch of XenoRaptor.
It has to be said that the indie publishing team at Digerati are on a bit of a roll. And after dropping a ton of lovely indie experiences the way of gamers over the last few months and years, they are back once more with the launch of Black Paradox on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, delivering intense interstellar frantic bullet-hell to the masses.
Bizarre demons, bullet hell raining down upon you and beautiful Oriental backdrops have arrived in the form of Shikhondo – Soul Eater. If that combination doesn’t intrigue you, we’re not sure what will!
Bizarre demons and beautiful Oriental backdrops are heading to consoles this summer, courtesy of bullet-hell shmup Shikhondo – Soul Eater.
Remember Tower of Guns, the frenetic FPS from a couple of years ago? Well its spiritual successor, MOTHERGUNSHIP, is getting a physical release next year to bring all of its alien blasting madness to disc form!
Throwing you head on into 50v50 warfare, in which teamwork is essential and death comes quickly in huge maps, Hell Let Loose is a stunning game that had me playing round after round. Aesthetically it could use work, the frame-rate drops do start to become a bit tedious and the sheer scale of maps may put off some people. However, it’s a great bit of brutal warfare and one I know I’ll be keeping installed for a long time to come.
Bouncy Bullets 2 lacks variety, multiplayer and longevity, but it’s a glow-up from the original Bouncy Bullets. Spend a couple of hours in this adult playground, and your adrenaline will be firing.
BPM: Bullets Per Minute is one of those ideas that had to happen eventually. What if the 90's shooting of DOOM, in all of its rocket-jumping, minigun-spinning glory, was mapped to the beats of a rhythm-action game? It’s a question that we’re all going to have answered soon, as Bullets Per Minute has a go - because it thinks it’s hard enough - on Xbox and PlayStation today.
Mortal Shell: Enhanced Edition is a great example of how to revamp a game for the better via the power of the next gen. Even if you didn't buy the game first time around, I can recommend that you "Shell" out for it now.
Apparently you are what you eat. And in Bite the Bullet, that could be any number of things.
At the end of the day, you get what you pay for in life, and with Bullet Beat on Xbox One costing very little it is just a tiny amount of gaming satisfaction that you will discover in return. There is nothing wrong with it per se, except for the fact that things are over fairly swiftly; there is absolutely no reason to go back in for a second, third or twentieth attempt.
Roguelike dungeon crawler. These words many years ago would have been enough to see me look away without the slightest interest, but having finally changed my ways due to spending plenty of time with The Binding of Isaac, Enter the Gungeon and many other similar titles over the years, I now find myself rather excited when a new competitor joins the ranks of the countless adventures. Can Hellmut: The Badass from Hell rank amongst the best though?
If it’s a fast-paced bullet-fest dungeon crawler that you’re after then take note as Hellmut: The Badass From Hell has now arrived on Xbox One. Prepare yourself because the wackiness is about to be turned up to 11 whilst you slaughter demonic hordes.
If you want bullets then we can give you bullets as the latest bundle to hit Xbox One positively embraces the bullet-hell experience... and it all comes in with a rather stunning price tag too.
Bored of the usual rifles, machine guns, pistols and grenades? Mothergunship is here and it brings an almost unlimited number of weapons to the table!
What if by the end of our lifetimes most of the planet we live on is submerged underwater, leading to machine-animal hybrids taking over, parading the waters and threatening your survival?
Indie publisher Grindstone and their developers, Volcanicc have today announced a brand new rogue-like dungeon crawler will be coming to PC and console in early 2018. Are you ready for Hellmut: The Badass from Hell?
Ever fancied yourself as a bit of a speedrunner? Have any skills when it comes to difficult platformers? SEUM may just be for you.