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Ikaruga Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Ikaruga
  • Publisher: Treasure
  • Genre:Shooter
  • Developer: Treasure
  • Release Date:Apr 9, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Fantasy Violence)
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Game Description:The popular shooter comes to the Xbox Live Arcade. As pilot Shinra, players must battle their way through 18 stages, move swiftly and act rationally in a new war, a space crusade of frighteningly intense firepower and hypnotic beauty. Take control of the ship Ikaruga -- alter your energy field, evade epic maelstroms of fire and terminate enemies with a nearly limitless arsenal -- all to protect an aging, exiled people. Find calm amid the chaos and reap the rewards, in this perfect combination of beautiful, manga-style storytelling and refined, ultra-challenging arcade heroics. Developed by Treasure, Ikaruga is quick-paced shooter with strong strategy elements and two-player co-op gaming.
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