Raiden III x MIKADO MANIAX
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Critic Reviews for Raiden III x MIKADO MANIAX
Raiden III might be not be the most iconic entry in the original series, but the Raiden III x MIKADO MANIAX re-release deserves to be the most iconic entry in their remasters. With a load of unforgettable OST remixes tied to an addictive score-based unlockables system, this is a shmup worth coming back to time and time again.
It feels weird to go backwards with these releases. Raiden III is by far the simplest I have checked out so far. Evolution in reverse is a bold choice. Still the simplicity of the combat makes for an addictive nature. I was coming back over and over to unlock new tunes to listen to and the visuals are still excellent. I love a good shooter and the Raiden series is always a good time. The price tag is also low enough that I don’t have a lot to knock. If you love shooters this is a great addition to your collection.
Raiden III x MIKADO MANIAX is a very good experience and that can become really addictive for all fans of classic ship games that began with Space Invaders and continues today, in addition to its difficulty makes the essence of the genre is maintained and is a title more than enjoyable, Although it is true that in some aspects this difficulty is achieved by lack of modern mechanics that would make it even better.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Raiden III x MIKADO MANIAX is a solid iteration of a classic shoot 'em up which will always remain one of my favourites thanks to its incredible gameplay and action-packed campaign that'll keep you glued to the screen. Plus, there are oodles of extras which is great.
Raiden III x MIKADO MANIAX invested in an interesting point, revitalizing the soundtrack. They certainly gave the title a fresh air, but some visual upgrades, especially in the screen positioning and filters would also have come in handy. Even so it doesn't stop being a relevant classic for fans of the genre.
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