Submitted by PerfectCel 801d ago | review

Denkiphile: Mamorukun Curse! Review

Davis from Denkiphile: "Few hardcore gamers are unfamiliar with the daunting genre that is bullet hell shooters. It requires the utmost precision of players and is certainly one of the more intimidating genres to jump into. With that kind of reputation, it’s unlikely that young teenagers shooting fantasy creatures is the image that would pop into mind when we think of bullet hell shooters, but recent titles like those in the Touhou series and the recent PSN release of Mamorukun Curse! are changing that. Despite the title’s innocent facade, it lives up to the genre and its reputation in providing hardcore shmup fans with a title that is both addictive and challenging." (Mamorukun Curse!, PS3) 4/5

segamon  +   801d ago
where's the 360 version?

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