G-Darius HD remastered of the original G-Darius out Now on Consoles

Wednesday, September 29th, 2021

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TAITO and ININ Games have released G-Darius HD, a remastered port of the original G-Darius from 1997, digitally for Nintendo Switch and Sony PlayStation 4. Europe is getting a physical version that will release on October 29th 2021.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is more about the game from the press release:

24 years after its initial release, new and old players alike will be able to experience the birth of the silver hawk in HD glory! With its catchy soundtrack, adrenaline-pushing gameplay, and boss versus player beam-battles coming in high definition, G-Darius HD will be a pleasure for everyone craving late ‘90s games.

Are you missing the old style? Say no more! Especially for retro-enthusiasts, G-Darius HD will be playable in original arcade graphics to match the throwback feelings the beautiful gameplay unleashes.

G-Darius HD features:

  • Branching stages and multiple paths through each stage

  • Iconic, maritime-inspired boss designs

  • Unique enemy spacecraft capture system for strategic depth

  • Playable with modern high-resolution, or original arcade graphics

  • Fantastic soundtrack and audio design

 

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