Reviews and Problems with Acceleration of Suguri X Edition
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20 October 2011
Summary: An extremely competent and original girl-on-girl (sans the one male character in the 12-character roster) competitive fighter/shooter with a great deal of flair, color, strategy, depth, and variety, all of which is well worth the ludicrously cheap $5.99 asking price, which even includes a bonus theme and the entire soundtrack. This could easily have been $14.99, and justifiably so. The amo unt of content present goes far beyond what's expected of a $5.99 throwaway title.
Summary: At first, this one-on-one bullet hell fighter is utterly baffling. There are girls with big guns dueling, something about a pudding, circular arenas and pounding trance music. And once you've played for a while, it's just mildly incomprehensible. A shooter/beat-'em-up hybrid that sees girls facing off with dodges, special attacks and weaponry like missiles, lasers and rockets, all strung t ogether with weird text chats between the fighters, this is niche gaming at its...
Summary: Don't let the cute girly looks decieve you, this game plays closer to Virtual On or that old game Psychic Force than anything else with its selection of ranged and melee attacks and special variations by dashing while attacking and super moves by pressing two buttons at once, it's very much one of those simple to play hard to master games. The soundtrack is pretty nice too.