Blasteroids is one of the sequels to the original 1979 shoot ’em up video game Asteroids.
Big Bang Beat – 1st Impression – is a dōjin fighting game made by NRF based on the eroge Daibanchou: Big Bang Age by AliceSoft. Released in May 2007, the game borrows some elements from fighting games by Capcom and Arc System Works. In August 2011 the sequel Big Bang Beat – Revolve was released.
Story Mode: The character goes through a series of random fights with two pre-determined mid-bosses. The final boss for every character is Devil Daigo and if beaten on a certain conditions on the opponents, you’ll face Kamui as the secret final boss.
VS Hum: A quick 1-on-1 match with a human player
VS Com: A quick 1-on-1 match with a computer-controlled opponent
Survival Mode: An endurance run against randomly selected opponents which continues until the player is KO’ed.
Training Mode: Allows a player to practice moves against an opponent with customizable features.
Replay: Allows playback of a previously recorded fight.
Watch: A quick 1-on-1 match between two computer-controlled characters
Option: Allows various gameplay and minor system behaviors to be changed.
Fancy, love the new Touhouvania style artwork.
Let’s see if Frontier Aja’s first fighting game will hit home!
The alpha releases show promise, so I’ll look forward to trying
the finished product.
- http://rapid.vis.ne.jp NRF official website (Japanese)
- The AliceSoftWiki (English fansite)
- Big Bang Beat Base (English fansite)
>BIG BANG BEAT REVOLVE
THE MASTERPIECE OF FRONTIER’S AJA is out !
Last Updated ( Sunday, 21 August 2011 )
From the creator of BING BANG BEAT 1RST IMPRESSION :
Just because the Commodore 64 is thirty years old doesn’t mean it can’t join in on the wave of rhythm based games as of recent. Hardsync is a shrunk down C64 friendly version of Dance Dance Revolution, with the all important ability to connect and use PlayStation dance mat accessories for an authentic 8-bit dance off.