Cave Reveals the ‘Cave Collection’ on Amazon.Japan

Monday, December 3rd, 2012

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Recently an interesting item appeared on Amazon.Japan, a complete box set of most if not all of Cave’s current gen released shoot ’em up titles that appeared on the Xbox 360.

The 10 games in the collection as listed are: Deathsmiles, Espgaluda II Black LabelMushihimesamaMushihimesama Futari, Deathsmiles IIDoDonPachi ResurrectionDoDonPachi Resurrection Black Label, GuwangeAkai Katana, and Muchi Muchi Pork & Pink Sweets. It also comes with all the DLC for each game on 7 DVD discs; what a deal!

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A few of these gems were localized, some were region free, but alas not all were so fortunate of either. It’s unknown if this collection will be region free. We also need to take into account that Cave is very determined to have their titles localized for the western regions. As a big fan of shmups and a big fan of Cave – who has played a few of these shining examples of bullet hell shooters – I’m strongly wishing it gets localized.

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