Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo
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About this game
Developer: City Connection
Content Rating: Teen
Samurai Aces Episode I, Samurai Aces Episode II: TENGAI, Samurai Aces Episode III: SENGOKU CANNON, GUNBARICH, GUNBIRD, and GUNBIRD2 unite to form this epic arcade collection! Bring the arcade home by blasting through these shooters vertically in the popular ‘TATE’ mode for the ultimate shoot-'em-up experience!
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It’s not as good as Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha, but Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo is still an interesting proposition for shoot ’em up fans. It’s expected, what with this collection launching so quickly after the first, that it doesn’t do anything to address its predecessor’s shortfalls, but it’s still a little disappointing. If you’re after yet more shoot ’em ups to add to your ever-growing Switch collection and don’t mind the lack of extras, go ahead and jump right in.
If you only pick up one Psikyo Shooting Stars collection, Alpha is the better package. Funny enough, every game save for SENGOKU CANNON can be purchased separately on the eShop, so that could be a better way to grab standouts like GUNBIRD2 and TENGAI. In some ways, Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo is as disappointing as Alpha: it doesn’t feature save states, online leaderboards, or any historical materials.
Finally, although not all of the games in Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo have aged well (particularly, the 3 Samurai Aces games), there's no denying just how much charm a lot of these games possess. Namely, the cast of characters in the Samurai Aces and Gunbird games are extremely memorable with their distinct personalities, appealing artwork, and ridiculous lines of dialogue.