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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by retrosportsgamer Mon Jun 09, 2014 11:15 am

I'm open to cleaning up the first post. Anything new to add?
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by dsheinem Mon Jun 09, 2014 11:19 am

retrosportsgamer wrote:I'm open to cleaning up the first post. Anything new to add?


Any chance we can specify which XBLA games are available in which regions?
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by dunpeal2064 Tue Jun 10, 2014 3:58 am

Not sure how detailed you want this. Should platinum/budget releases be noted separately? Anyways, here is some stuff I noticed missing in the original list:

Dodonpachi Saidaioujou
Dodonpachi Dai Fukkatsu 1.5
Dodonpachi Dai Fukkatsu Double Pack
Caladrius
Ginga Force
Ginga Force + Eschatos Wonder Pack
Shooting Love 10th Anniversary XIIZEAL & ΔZEAL
Game Center Love ~Plus Pengo!~
Bullet Soul: Infinite Burst

There are probably tons of xblig stuff to add, but Mice's Twin Tiger Shark should definitely be there.

Also should probably be noted that the Limited Edition of Espgaluda II is region-locked, even though all other releases are region free.
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by retrosportsgamer Tue Jun 10, 2014 8:01 am

^ Those are all JP correct?
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by dunpeal2064 Tue Jun 10, 2014 8:08 am

Yes indeed!
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by retrosportsgamer Mon Jun 16, 2014 12:34 pm

dunpeal2064 wrote:Yes indeed!


Before I mess up the first post - JP physical releases or are some of those XBLA?

As Dave suggested, going to try to split up the XBLA regions.
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by retrosportsgamer Mon Jun 16, 2014 1:08 pm

I always thought Aegis Wing fell under the Indie label - what do you guys think?

I'd also be interested in any favorites from this this that are worth seeking out. Thanks

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3D Infinity
Akujin
Border Wars
Defender
Defender of Zorgaba
Fatal Abyss
Graviton AI
Guns Loaded
Leave Home
Lethal Judgment HD
Lewjmele
Olu
Platypus
Prismatic Solid
Retro One
Retro One - Part 2
Retro One - Part 3
Revolver360
Score Rush
Shoot 1UP
Starfighter
Vampire Rage
Vega Magnitude
Warhounds
X Over
Zulu Hour
クレッシェンドシンフォニー Crescendo Symphony
尊い犠牲 Ultimate Sacrifice
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by dunpeal2064 Tue Jun 17, 2014 5:06 am

Sorry for the late reply, but yes, those are all JP-region Physical releases.
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by dsheinem Tue Jun 17, 2014 6:30 am

retrosportsgamer wrote:I always thought Aegis Wing fell under the Indie label - what do you guys think?


Is it on the Indie Arcade? If so, yes. If not, no.
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Re: Xbox 360 Shooter Checklist

by dunpeal2064 Tue Jun 17, 2014 7:03 am

Its not on the indie arcade. I get why rsg might consider it one, since it is a sort of intern project, and would certainly be on the indie arcade were it not developed by Microsoft interns.

But, yeah, I think we should just stick to, "Where is the game located on XBLA?" to avoid confusion.

Chronoburst is an excellent indie shmup that should definitely be on the list. That and Twin Tiger Shark are fine examples of how good an indie game can be on the 360.
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