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Re: Ikaruga

Post by ImuyumI » Fri Oct 19, 2012 8:31 am

Did you enjoy Ikaruga Amp? What was the highest score you've ever gotten on it?

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Re: Ikaruga

Post by Amp Divorax » Fri Oct 19, 2012 2:17 pm

Depends on which version of Ikaruga you are referring to. On the Dreamcast version years ago I got to the second to last stage, but my scoring was not as good as I wish it would be as I never refined making great use of their scoring system. (The game uses a rule of 3 where you shoot three of the same color and if you don't do this the counter resets.) I played the 360 version a bit, but not too much. I can confirm though that there are some changes in this port which has resulted in some top players feeling it was not a good port. (http://www.destructoid.com/ikaruga-lol- ... 2083.phtml is one example of this.)

Regardless of this, I would recommend the Dreamcast/Gamecube version of the game as it is very good and even though it isn't a perfect port the 360 version is ok.
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