Ghost Blade HD

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Ghost Blade HD

Postby emphatic » January 27th, 2017, 2:22 pm

Release date is announced February 7th
€8.99 / US$ 9.99
PlayStation™Store, Xbox Live, Nintendo eShop, Steam
Hucast Games (Germany)
2Dream (USA)

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"10,000 years ago an Artificial Intelligence known as Shira was built to protect the residents of Mars.

As time passed the AI became corrupted and Shira started to attack the Mars colonies.
With no way to defend itself against “Evil Shira”, Mars calls for help. The Earth Defense Force fleet fights
its way to “Evil Shira” and uses powerful lasers to destroy it. However, “Evil Shira” secretly had a backup
that flees into space and takes over an abandoned space station at the outskirts of the solar system.

When the EDF notices the escape they send their bravest fighter after “Evil Shira”. You are this pilot,
and your mission is to destroy “Evil Shira” before it can complete its new attack force and threaten
the existence of the entire universe."

Key features include:

    Beautiful, detailed HD Graphics
    5 Stages with HUGE Boss Enemies
    3 Player battle ships with different gun types
    Instant Re-spawn - No cutscenes!
    Practice Mode
    Score Attack Mode
    Fine tuned gameplay and balanced difficulty
    3 difficulty levels: Easy, Normal and Hard.
    60 FPS
    Arcade-style gameplay and addictive scoring system
    Auto-bomb enabled Easy mode for beginners
    2-player local co-op mode for addictive fun
    Tone down background brightness
    Online Leaderboards
    37 Trophies/Achievements (PS4, Xbox One)
    Platinum Trophy (PS4)

Graphic Modes

    1080p Full HD (PS4, Xbox One, Steam)
    Wii U (720p)
    TATE/portrait screen option available


    The Soundtrack is based on the heydays of Japanese shmups and arcade sounds.
    Composer Rafael Dyll has already scored several console games and returns to
    his signature sound with the music featured in Ghost Blade HD.
    Fusing J-Pop influences and typical 90s synths and with modern production values,
    Rafael provides an action-packed soundtrack with catchy leads and electronic beats.

Official Website:
Lots of screenshots here

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