Reviews and Problems with Ultimate Shooting Collection
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Three shmups from Milestone.
6 December 2012
Summary: Ultimate Shooting Collection is a collection of three shmup games by developer Milestone from 2004-2006. Milestone games are a bit of an acquired taste, putting gameplay and scoring mechanics ahead of graphical prowess. If you're looking for something to show off your Wii, this may not be the best choice. If you're a shmup fan looking for something outside the standard fare, read on. I didn't have any problems navigating the menus.
Summary: I am very happy that I ended up buying USC for the Wii. While I only bought it for the inclusion of Radio Allery. A few years back I pre-ordered RA for the GC, but it got canselled. The nunchuk/wiimote setup is very unique. I like RA as a game, but I think it unlimited continus would have made the game more enjoyable.
Summary: 1st off, the 2-star reviewer for this game could not possibly know less about what this package is. It has NOTHING to be with "old-school shooters from the 80's" or whatever that reviewer said. What it REALLY is, is 3 top-down shooters (a.k.a. vertical scrolling shooters, a.k.a. shmups, a.k.a. shoot-em-ups) by MILESTONE.
Summary: I've had my Wii for a few weeks now, and have worked up a good collection of games. Honestly, this is one of my most played games. It's so easy to just jump into for a few minutes, and doesnt require so much of a time commitment as other games do. The graphics are fantastic, using the same style as "Paper Mario" (cell-shaded I think its called?) Not only that, but you get three great games!
Summary: Chaos Field, Radilgy, and Karous..... All 3 of these impossible to find import shooters are presented to us on ONE disc. Simply stated, if you love shooters, or ever did, you NEED this game now. You will not come across these titles very easily, and if you do, you'll need a converter or an import system. Support of this genre is crucial to keeping it alive. Waiting will only convince companies that there is no money to be made in the shooting genre.