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Shooter games like LifeForce deserve another look

October 24, 2014

When your a fan of the Gradius series, how do you top off a shooter that has resonated well with the fans since 1985. How about yet another spin off title that plays just like it? For those who couldn't get enough of the Gradius games back in the 1980s, LifeForce came to the rescue and offered another challenge in the shooter department.

Also called Salamander in Japan, LifeForce was one of the first Konami games to make use of the old Konami code. Yeah, remember that one? Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start? Eat your heart out Contra.

The Nintendo eShop features Gradius, and has now followed up with LifeForce. The current listed price is $4.99. For those of you who might have missed the boat or were too young to experience this classic shooter, check out a game play video below. A game play video of the entire game from start to finish at that.

Game Overview

Protect the galaxy from being on the food menu for a very hungry space monster! 
Pilot the Vic Viper solo through six stages of intense action, alternating between horizontally and vertically scrolling environments, and take on wave after wave of enemies. Destroy particular enemies throughout the game—all of which takes place within the body of an enormous alien—to release power-up capsules and equip your ship with your choice of more powerful weapons, extra speed, and shields. Utilize the power-ups carefully, though, as a fearsome guardian lurks at the end of each stage and won’t be easily defeated.

You can go at it alone, or invite a friend to pilot the Road British and assist in the challenge. Do you have what it takes to save your planet from the monstrous Zelos?
To enjoy the 3D effect of Nintendo 3DS software, you must experience it from the system itself. All screenshots and videos on this website have been captured in 2D mode. 

Use Parental Controls to restrict 3D mode for children 6 and under. 
via Nintendo eShop 

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