Bullet Heaven 2 reviews

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Bullet Heaven 2 Here's the Pro/Kontra summary for anyone who doesn't want to read much. Pro: Very simple to very heavy-interesting soundtrack-beautiful Light Games through the Spellcards of the Bosses-many levels-you don't have to start completely anew when you die-sweet Drawing style-Discreet Storytelling-1 Pixel hitbox mouse control Contra:-the Difficulty of the Bosses confuses partly, e.g.: I find the Extra Boss from Stage 2 easier than the from Stage 1-different Upgrade System than in the 1st Bullet Heaven Now the most irable Version: I can still remember exactly, much I used the original Bullet Heaven back then on Congregates had been looking for. Where I was happy about only 20 fps, because dodging the Balls became much easier, especially with the last Boss. There was even a Tooltip that meant that the Game becomes easier with a few Frames. Then I completely lost sight of the entire Danmaku genre for a While until I discovered Touhou. The Problem with Touhou was just that I was more interested in the Universe of Touhou than the Games. Now I've spotted Bullet Heaven again and it immediately tied me up again. Mouse Control Alone, which is a big Advantage unlike other Danmaku, makes Bullet Heaven 2 one of the best Bullet Houses for me. I don't have much to say from the technical Side. It runs at 60 fps with me all the time because it's copped there. Even with the Bosses, where on the heaviest of the 3 Difficulty levels (Heavenly), there are very, very many Particles and Light Effects on the Screen, I don't get below 58 fps. The rest Of The graphics Style may not be for everyone, but I like it. Now to the most interesting Point of the Game: The Level of difficulty. In the 3 Stages, you can set whether you want to play the Game in one Day or in 1 week to several Weeks (s). The Difference between the first and third Stages can be clearly seen in the Number of Balls on the Screen. Especially on Heavenly, the 1 Pixel Hit box typical of Danmaku helps. Without them, it would be impossible to avoid. Only the new Shop system I don't like at all. The Upgrades from the first Part no longer exist in this Context. You can only find yourself between 3 different Weapons per Choir, 3 Sub-weapons per Choir and 3 Upgrades each, for Example, more Time to Deathbomb or a stronger Magnet. However, There are no more damage improvements or the like. All in all, though, it's a good Game for Freshmen and Veterans of the Genre. Clear Buy recommendation. But First test Bullet Heaven 1, which is available as a flashgame completely free online. Even if there is much different, the Danmaku Aspect remains the Same.