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AKSYS GAMES 893610001310

AKSYS GAMES 893610001310
alaAverage 3.8

4 reviews

Apr, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the action and graphics are overall positive.

graphics, action

On average, users rate this product 93/100.

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Expert review by : Christopher Brown (

Deathsmiles: Limited Edition


Japanese developer Cave offers fans of fast-paced side-scrolling shooters a chance to guide four coquettish angels through swarms of demonic monsters in Deathsmiles: Limited Edition. With the gates of hell opening up and demons pouring into the kingdom of

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Fun Over the Top Shooter


I love this game. If you just play the regular arcade mode it is very easy, but once your unlimited continues are taken away it becomes pretty challenging. If you like side scrolling/bullet hell shooters, you should pick up this game. There is no real...

Different play modes mean there is always more to do ; HD graphics on Xbox game modes ; Co-op with Xbox live or with friends ; Standard and Collectors Editions are very affordable ; Fun art style (who doesn't love killing demons as gothic lollitas?)

Unlimited continues makes arcade mode very easy ; Not very many levels ; No real plot

Mar, 2012

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Fast Game


If you like a fast action shooter that is similar to Gradius or R-Type, then this game is for you. Keep in mind, this game is very short, but lots of fun.

Fast pace action shooter. Excellent graphics

Very short game. Can finish in 30 minutes

Jan, 2012

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Fun game and fast paced. You can beat it in one sitting. The front xbox panel is very nice

No cons

Jan, 2012