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Deathsmiles: Deluxe Edition

Released on 18 February 2011

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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Windia, an 18-year-old girl living in London, mysteriously vanishes after being drawn into a flash of light. Awakening in the Otherworld, Windia arrives in a Western city reminiscent of the early 20th century, and is cared for by Dior, an elderly lord.

Discovering there is no way home, Dior reveals to Windia that she is one of the 'lost children', those with magical powers chosen to protect the kingdom. Known as 'Angels' by the people and beloved for their bravery, Angels protect the peace and ensure a good life for all.

However, the gates of Hell are overflowing, allowing monsters to cross the planes and attack human beings. It is up to Windia and her new sisters to defend the city and purge the evil menace.
  • Deathsmiles: Deluxe Edition Includes:
  • An expanded version of the game with new features included on the disc
  • New playable character Sakura
  • New stage Ice Palace
  • More challenging scoring system
  • New difficulty setting, level 999
  • Play with a friend via Xbox LIVE, where the player can also measure up their success by submitting their scores to the online ranking service

    Deathsmiles: Deluxe Edition

  • Deathsmiles is a side-scrolling shoot-em-up that went into arcade operation on October 19th 2007, and was later released on the Japanese Xbox 360 in March 2009
  • Unlike other shooting games, Deathsmiles is designed with a left/right shooting mechanic, surrounding you with enemy units and gunfire from both sides of the screen
  • The player will need to employ strategy and think about enemy positioning as your shots may be blocked by obstacles
  • Deathsmiles features a selectable difficulty level that allows you to choose how to proceed through the game, ensuring that newcomers are as welcome as veterans
  • Different stories and conversations will appear during both single player and two-player cooperative play and depends on the character(s) chosen

    Different Game Modes:
  • Arcade Mode - featuring the same gameplay and accuracy as the original arcade release
  • Xbox 360 Mode - a high resolution version of the arcade game
  • Version 1.1 - an original mode for the Xbox 360
  • Revamped game system
  • Revamped scoring system
  • New ways of obtaining items
  • Alterations to the difficulty selection system (1 to 4)
  • Changes to the Power Up feature
  • Direct your pet with a modified control system

  • Falls into the 'Bullet Hell' category - CAVE has taken many steps to encourage beginners
  • Variable difficulty levels (1 to 3) for each stage allows the player freedom to clear the game without major difficulties, but greater points will be awarded at higher difficulty settings
  • 'Death Mode' will be activated upon selecting level 3 difficulty four times, in which any enemy killed releases a cloud of bullets that veer towards the player

  • Two alternate endings for each character played, leading to 10 possibilities (including Sakura from the Deathsmiles: Deluxe Edition:)
  • The story of Deathsmiles unwinds over the course of four chapters
  • There are nine stages total in the game which players can choose to traverse: Port Town, Graveyard, Forest of the Lost, Bog Wastes, Lakeside, Volcano, Hades Castle, Gorge and the Ice Palace
  • The latter two levels are entirely optional (the Ice Palace only appears as an extra level in the Deathsmiles: Deluxe Edition:)
  • Choosing the highest setting four times in a row will trigger Death Mode, which ups the difficulty even further but allows more opportunities for earning points

customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 Excellent !

| | See all ChoAniki's reviews (1)

An excellent shooting game made by Cave, I always had the japanese version but ... i can"t resist the pal version !

 i smile back

| | See all dave37's reviews (2)

this game is just hardcore to the max,if you are a shoot em up fan then this game is worth getting,and a great price ive had the jap version for about a year still love playing this game,maybe more shooters from the #1 company cave,its about time this game gets a uk release,buy and enjoy!

 A decent Jap shooter at last!!

| | See all dobrynski's reviews (1)

I love this game, ok its not long and you have unlimited continues but its not about that! you either love these or you dont.

A great 3 disc package with lots of extras for a good price, nuff said.

I just hope Raiden gets released too, ive had that on pre order since last summer!!!

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Rating12+ (PEGI)