Summary: Gradius has been one of my favorite video game series. I was a kid when the 1st one came out on Nintendo, and the game back then was really really hard. Now that I'm an adult who has kept up with video games and am considered a "veteran gamer", I thought I'd have an easier time getting through this...
Summary: You're probably wondering why I rated this four stars yet am calling it a great collection. Well, the screen is only available in either 4:3 aspect ratio, or STRETCHED widescreen. Stretched looks bad, and it irritates the heck out of me, so that's why I give this game 4 stars.
Summary: Cool game, fun at times, can become repetitive. I play this game once a week and at first get so engaged, but it may become repetitive. I used to love these Gradius games and I bought it to return me to my childhood times.
Summary: This is Gradius. If you know what Gradius is, you know how hard and fun it is. The only drawback is, the Playstation(tm) styled controls can be difficult at times. It doesn't completely take away the fun of the game, but there is a bit of a learning curve.
Summary: You know, this game is awesome in ALMOST every respect. It emulates the Gradius games perfectly, from the very first all the way to Gaiden. It keeps the good ol' music intact, the controls are easy to pick up on, and the it's nostalgia is pure.
Summary: I've always been a great fan of the Gradius games, a series of some of the hardest and funnest shoot-em-ups every produced. This collection combines the first 4 arcade games with the originally only on the Japanese PS1 released Gradius Gaiden.
Summary: Les fans ou non de gradius seront aux anges avec cette convention réussite, pour tout les nostalgiques en manque de shoot'm up 2D nerveux.. un bol d'air frais sur PSP, une échappatoire a la 3D oppressante des consoles actuelles