Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser
Release Date: June 4, 2015
Publisher (Developer): Nyu Media (ASTRO PORT)
ESRB Rating: Not Rated (Likely E for Everyone for mild cartoon violence)
I’m about to give you a full review of this game in one sentence. Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser is exactly what you think when you hear that it’s a bullet hell game based on the giant robot animes of the late 70s.
Unfortunately, Technology Tell’s Gaming Channel insists that a review follow a certain format and, if I want to keep my job, I have to follow said format. True, they only pay out in broken WiiMotes and empty wine bottles, but those bottles can fetch a nice price in recycling.
Anyway, Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser is a bullet hell game.
Episode 1: Vulkaiser, Get Ready!
If you’re not familiar with bullet hell games, they are games in which you fly around, avoiding a non-stop torrent of bullets and enemies. Or, as they were called when I was a young princess, “video games”. My experience is that bullet hell games normally star a spaceship or an airplane of some sort. It surprises me that this is the first giant robot bullet hell game I’ve ever seen and played.
There are four difficulties to choose from in Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser. I’m going to be honest, I managed to beat the game on Easy, but I have yet to get further than the end of the second stage on Normal. The game is hard, is what I’m saying. However, I never got the feeling that the game was unfair. The only part of the robot that could actually get hit was the very center, which was helpfully indicated by a glowing light. That meant you had a much smaller hit box and could fly and duck around the oncoming bullets if you were skilled enough.
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