First look at Battle Garegga Rev.2016 and Dangun Feveron for PS4

M2 ShotTriggers titles due out later this year in Japan.

Famitsu has gone up with its online preview of shoot ’em ups Battle Garegga Rev.2016 and Dangun Feveron for PlayStation 4.

Both games are part of the newly announced M2 ShotTriggers series. This is similar to Hamster’s Arcade Archives series, which brings old arcade titles to PlayStation 4. In M2’s case, however, it is porting old shoot ’em ups to PlayStation 4.

M2 ShotTriggers

Battle Garegga Rev.2016, developed by Eighting and due out 2016 in Japan, is a shooting game that uses the arrow keys and three face buttons. You’ll fight enemies by using your shot, special weapon, and options. In the options, you can switch your formation at the touch of a button. The standard edition will be digital-only, but a limited retail Premium Edition including a soundtrack CD, special booklet, and five clear files will also be available.

M2 ShotTriggers

Dangun Feveron, developed by Cave and due out digitally this winter in Japan, is a shooting game where you fight enemies with the power of dance. By quickly defeating enemies, “Cyborg Soldiers” will appear, and by saving them, your score will increase as you destroy more enemies. There is a Time Attack mode, too.

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