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A shooter worth buying if you like Gradius and sexy anime girls with big boobs

June 23, 2016

Just when I think I've seen it all, someone always comes along and proves me wrong. But that's a good thing mind you, as it always gives me something to write about, and something for you to read about.

This time it all starts with a rock solid and awesome shooter game that came out on arcade and the NES console back in the mid 1980s, and from that time evolved as consoles became more and more sophisticated and the expectations of gamers grew larger.

But where do you go from a game like Gradius 5? When it launched on the PS2 years ago, it blew the socks off of most of what was on the market at the time, and even to this day still remains a contender with many of the shooter games you still love and play.

Well, meet the world of Otomedius Excellent,....and excellent is right, as this is one of those few times in the history of Gradius spinoff games that make you scratch your head and wonder what was on the minds of the developers at Konami.

As with Sexy Parodius, this too has that controversial element to it that some parents would not consider exposing their children to, at least based on certain age groups.

It's been called "Gradius meets Boobs", and the rest is self explanatory from the pics and videos here as you control those styles of ever so popular sexy anime girls that have big boobs and a bad habit of attracting the young male audience.

So yeah, if your wife or girlfriend is nearby, well....you're on your own. But that aside, this is a must have for any Gradius or general shooter fan as it stands out from the rest of the crowd, offering 4 different characters to choose from. Each one representing a different franchise of Konami itself.

As for the weapons array?, no problem there, as it delivers your mish mash of different upgrades and styles just as the beloved Gradius has always done. Original inspiration taken up a notch, and if you get lonely, you can have either a multi-player offline mode, or muti-player via Xbox Live. Downloadable content included via Live, among a couple of other tidbits.

As for the soundtrack, it's nothing short of spectacular, and you detect a dose of Michiru Yamane in there. The same lady that had a hand in making much of that fine Castlevania music during her career. Another must have in your collection.


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