Summary: Read all the way through if you want to know why this is the deepest Shikigami game to date. Shikigami games have an odd history of North American releases. From nonsensical renames (Mobile Light Force) to nonsensical translations, they have a reputation for creativity if nothing else. But once we get into the game itself none of that really matters, so this review is primarily about playing the game.
Summary: Great game, good graphics. I really like the fact that 1 player can be playing and a second can come along and join at anytime. As you play it fills up an anime gallery of some pretty nice pictures, also has a gallery of user submitted photos. I like the fact that you can control players by turning wii remote sideways and it's like old time gaming, my daughter took a few to get the hang of it but I found it fun and easy to control right away.
Summary: This game fills a nice gap in the Wii CD based game library especially if you are a shmup fan and even if you are not. I must comment on the story for each character as there are ten. Some of the most hilarious bad in a good way dialogue makes it worth playing each character just to see it. Gameplay is great with sprays of bullets though not totally impossible to get through gameplay.