Fans of the R-Type series have had a long dry spell. After R-Type Final 2004 (PS2), originally intended as the final installment of the series, and numerous remakes and compilations, the Kickstarter campaign for a new game in mid-2019 was a ray of hope. Now the time has finally come and Granzella’s R-Type Final 2 […]
I, AI is a classic scrolling shooter where you are an AI with consciousness, which was created on a military space station developing weapons. Now your goal is to get out of the lab and conquer your freedom, but you won’t be allowed to escape so easily… Fight your way through the enemy army on your […]
In Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire, five manga girls fight for the favor of their loved one, staged as a vertical shoot’em up you truly are tasked to fight to the death among the thousands of bullets flying around you. Shoot’em-ups are rarely provided with a good story, so let’s hope the action part […]
Since the Nintendo eShop has been going on for about three years now we have seen plenty of good games in all genres, so any new game releasing now has to battle its way to the top and face the similar game of said genre. Shoot’em-ups have been hit and miss on the eShop so […]
Manufacture 43 published a launch trailer for the modern shoot’em up Pawarumi, which hits the Switch eShop on July 24. Check it out below.
The 1998 ESP.RA.DE. is returning to the Switch in 2019, Publisher M2 has announced. The game will be a version of the M2ShotTriggers version and is a bullet hell shoot’em up. No specific date has been said, but the game has a target window of late 2019. Source
Sometimes you look at games and you think “Man, they must be crazy making that into a game”. Yet more often then not, those crazy ideas do tend to sell and be very fun. Look at Plants vs. Zombies for example, a crazy man sells you seeds to create plants who shoot at incoming zombies. […]
The ‘Shmup’ genre is back and alive and kicking on the Nintendo Switch. So much so that more and more developers are bringing their pc releases over to Nintendo’s platform. Publisher Forever Entertainment is bringing their shoot’em-up Q-YO Blaster over to Switch, although they did not provide a specific release date just yet. You can […]