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Dodonpachi Resurrection Deluxe (Xbox 360)

by Rising Star Games
Xbox 360
 Ages 12 and Over
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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  • ARCADE MODE: A faithful port of the arcade classic.
  • Fight through the bullets to put an end to NEXY’s nefarious plot
  • Slowdown, integral to the dodging experience, reproduced for fans of the arcade.
  • Includes a fully-featured Triangle mode for boosting your high score and getting past tough bosses
  • Allows players to use their “hyper” to slow down bullets and earn lots of points
  • Featuring an original game system designed by the godfather of CAVE games himself, Tsuneki Ikeda
  • ARRANGE B: ENDLESS PROGRESSION. Revamped Game System & Revamped Scoring
  • Download other player’s replays to see how the system has adapted to their styles
  • Included is a Remix Album by “RESONATOR”, a veteran game music unit from Japan.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B005F1YCLM
  • Release Date: 4 Nov 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,777 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

This title is a high-definition version of the original arcade Dodonpachi Resurrection, including two additional arrange modes. Enjoy this frantic shootem up classic, now in a deluxe edition. In mode B the game arrange fits the user's skill, whereas in the arrange to be able to drive the Ketsui TigerSchwert through Resurrection Dodonpachi levels.

Manufacturer's Description

Dodonpachi Resurrection (Daifukkatsu in Japan) is the fifth game in CAVE’s flagship DonPachi series.

After the turmoil caused by the assault on Lunapolis which sparked the "Blissful Death Wars" (as depicted in the previous installment), peace seems to have been restored, with the legendary DonPachi Corps retreating to its HQ in a space-time fold. Six years later, anomalies are detected in the space-time fabric, yet tests reveal nothing out of order, with the portals regularly functioning for both teleportation and time travel; also, the leader of the DonPachi squadron Colonel Longhena Gottvin dismisses the matter due to the lack of actual danger.

Nevertheless, a technician delves deeper into the anomaly, discovering that something has infiltrated the HQ computer systems and is using the portals to send large quantities of materials and data to the past, spreading out like a virus and quickly evolving. Unsettled, the Colonel authorizes the last transport ship to time jump in order to fight back the invasion before future changes.

Once again, the three pilots jump back in time to 2008 and enter the fray, the transport ship being targeted as soon as it exits the portal: the Element Daughters, gigantic evolutions of the Dolls, are awaiting... The bee is still humming.

Key Features

Xbox 360‐only Features. Now players can experience Dodonpachi Resurrection the way it was intended, for arcades. Challenge the complex scoring system of Arcade mode in full HD resolution with an arcade stick or Xbox 360 controller.

An AI that adapts to the player. Dodonpachi Resurrection for Xbox 360 features a remixed mode “Arrange B” which adjusts itself according to the user’s play style. With every play-through, bullets increase or decrease according to skill. With each clear, enemies get harder to kill and more bullets fill the screen, on the other hand giving incredible scoring opportunities. The only stop to this progression is the skill of the player him or herself.

A Tribute to a Classic. Exclusive to the console release, “Arrange A” is the second remixed mode included with “Resurrection”, which borrows some of the gameplay mechanics of PS2 shooter classic and prequel “Daioujou” for a massive challenge.

Online scoreboards and replays. Dodonpachi Resurrection features online scoreboards and replays to let you compare your scores to friends as well as the best of the best. Online score sharing is a huge step over the PS2 days and conveys the relevance of point‐based games much better than any offline console has ever done.

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Perhaps too manic for its own good. 8 Nov 2011
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
In 1995 a little company called Cave released 'Donpachi' (literally `Leader Bee' in Japanese), one of the first of the newly coined `bullet hell/ manic shooters', and was surprisingly so successful in native Japan's arcades it became synominous with the sub genre, rejuvenating 2D shooters as a whole, and bringing the flailing genre back into mainstream attention.

13 years later we get Dodonpachi Resurrection, the fifth instalment of Cave's flagship series, with no hesitation in living up to its legendary cult status.

Typically, you guide a single, minuet spaceship, overhead, as it blasts wave upon wave of other spaceships that come into its path. The game's not original by any stretch, but takes everything you've ever loved about 2D shmups, overdosed it on steroids, and embraces carnage like a drunk man in kebab factory.

To those new to these games, the sheer number of bullets thrown at you is near overwhelming and you could be easily detracted after first playthrough where you seem to be shot down every half a second from impossible-to-miss storms of enemy fire.

But stick with it. Upon getting accustomed to the speed of gameplay, Resurrection becomes more intense and exciting than any first person shooter you've played in recent times. The immense satisfaction from outmanoeuvring 100 bullets is incomparable to any other gaming experience.

This, along with the beautiful scenery and enemy ships, and the thumping Japanese techno music, makes Resurrection truly unique amongst the typical outings we see on game shelves these days.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars tap tap dance 30 Jan 2012
By S. miah
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Being a rookie at the tap tap dance (hopefully you know what i mean) means i kept dying a lot. but that didn't stop me from enjoying this game.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Perfect if you like Shoot'em ups 15 Dec 2012
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Dodonpachi is considered as one of the better shmups out there and with decent reason. The chaos on you're television is always engaging and the game has been perfectly ported to the Xbox 360.

It is not the shiniest or the graphical best one of the genre out there, but if you like these kind of games, look no further and get it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Shooter! 27 Nov 2011
By Tweetie
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
The 2D vertical shmup doesn't get a lot of love these days, but Dodonpachi Resurrection should. :) It's hectic, fast-paced and about qualities you don't find in gaming a lot anymore these days, the most obvious being that it demands skill and determination. Also, it gives you a sense of accomplishment quite unlike the one you get after finishing a 100 hour RPG.
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5.0 out of 5 stars vertical 2D shoot em up at its best 17 Nov 2011
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If your a fan of old school shooters or(shmups) and you've never played a dodonpachi game then you're missing something special, known as"bullet hell" this game is an andrenalin fuelled eye melting blastathon, it maybe a bit hardcore for the casual gamer but compensates with a plethora of different game modes, styles and difficulties to ease in the newbies, but the true fans will not regret a moment of their hard earned cash spent on a game like this. you could finish the game in less than half an hour but its not about that. its about replay value and its infinite,5 levels of ridiculous firepower,dodging hundreds of bullets simultaneously,a soul destroying boss midway and at the end of levels, screen filling pyrotechnics and all doing this while listening to the bouncing japanese electric techno soundtrack(especially black label modes available for game add ons, XBL marketplace, which is a must!) this game is HARD and isnt for everyone but if you put the time in you will reap the rewards, and in turn fine tune your own gamer skills no doubt, its THAT crazy, ive played every game of this genre out there and if theres a better modern day vertical shmup than this..ive yet to play it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great game 23 May 2013
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If you like shooter games look no further than Dodonpachi this game has it all from hidden levels to big bosses plus an endless amount spaceships to shoot at.
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