Vertical shoot ’em up Ginga Drive and side-scrolling shooter Natsuki Chronicles are making their means westward someday this 12 months for the PlayStation four and PC by way of Steam. To carry the titles over, developer Qute Company is working with Rising Star Video games, which revealed Lethal Premonition in Europe.
Ginga Drive initially launched in Japan in 2013 for the Xbox 360. The vertical shoot ’em up options plenty of thrilling sport modes, together with Story and Rating Assault. Two pilots, Alex and Margaret, star within the title, every preventing for the planet of Seventia, an Earth-like physique that homes uncommon assets generally known as Septonium.
With a 10-stage story mode, Ginga Drive locations an emphasis on the world’s drama. Gameplay isn’t any slouch, both. Gamers may have entry to 3 several types of ships, every of which packs distinctive manufacturers of firepower. Weapon customization additionally rests on the coronary heart of the expertise, alongside particular weapons and about eight,000 combos. Enemies will particularly carry the warmth, courtesy of their unbelievably formidable Mechas.
Get a take a look at Ginga Drive within the trailer beneath:
After a number of delays, Natsuki Chronicles initially launched for the Xbox One worldwide in 2019. Although this dramatic side-scrolling shooter shares a setting with Ginga Drive, Natsuki Chronicles options its personal distinctive solid of characters. The story follows the backstory of the titular Natsuki, a rookie pilot. Along with exploring current day happenings, gamers will see how this title’s occasions run parallel to these in Ginga Drive.
See Natsuki Chronicles in motion within the following announcement trailer:
[Source: Rising Star Games via Gematsu]