Dangun Feveron for PS4 launches April 28 in Japan

Cave's 1998 arcade shoot 'em up finally comes to a home platform.

Dangun Feveron for PS4

Cave shoot ’em up Dangun Feveron will launch digitally for PlayStation 4 in Japan on April 28 for 3,700 yen, M2 announced.

The second title in the “M2 ShotTriggers” series, Dangun Feveron is a high-speed shoot ’em up that first launched for arcades in 1998. In 2017, just before its 20th anniversary in 2018, the PlayStation 4 version marks Dangun Feveron‘s first ever home platform release.

The game features the “M2 Gadget,” which displays the user’s score, total lives, number of bombs, each stage score and high-score, controller layout, and other information on the sides of the screen; various game modes such as the classic “Arcade Mode,” “Super Easy Mode” for beginners, and “Fever Mode”; time attack modes within each game mode; a “Custom Mode” to play to with your own settings; four different background music modes (arcade original, stereo soundtrack, FM sound source arrange, and VIP special arrange); a wealth of customization options (difficulty, vertical screen mode, scan lines, etc.); online rankings; and PlayStation 4 Share features.

Watch a trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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