Darius Cozmic Revelation details additional new features for G-Darius HD and Dariusburst Another Chronicle EX+

Due out on February 25 in Japan and this winter worldwide.

Darius Cozmic Revelation

Taito has detailed several new features added to G-Darius HD and Dariusburst Another Chronicle EX+ in Darius Cozmic Revelation.

Get the newly announced features and a recap of previously announced new features below.

■ Newly Announced New Features

G-Darius HD

  • Teatro 50 (EX)-Style Vibration ReproducedG-Darius HD recreates the vibration that originally occurs during specific scenes in the arcade version of G-Darius when running on the Teatro 50 (EX) arcade cabinet via the vibration of the controller. Several wallpapers are also included that can be displayed while playing, including a wallpaper in the style of the Teatro 50 (EX).

Darius Cozmic Revelation

Dariusburst Another Chronicle EX+

  • Replay Mode – In addition to displaying the high scores across each mode, the game now features a Replay Mode to be able to witness how the top players performed first-hand. You can download the play data of the player in the top spot for each ranking.
  • Ghost Score Display – By playing a stage for which you have downloaded replay data, the score from the replay will be displayed on-screen as the Ghost Score. Aim to improve your score by playing while comparing your score against the top ranker. The Ghost Score can be set to either the top ranker’s score or your personal high score.
  • Arcade Cabinet Vibration Reproduced via the Controller – The powerful vibrations produced by the speakers built into the seat of the Dariusburst Another Chronicle EX arcade cabinet have been reproduced via the controller. This vibration of the arcade cabinet is not merely in proportion to sound—since each background track and sound effect use dedicated signals set apart from the audio, Zuntata attempted to reproduce the vibration of the arcade cabinet similarly through tuning.

Darius Cozmic Revelation

■ Previously Announced New Features

G-Darius HD

G-Darius, which first debuted in 1997, is the fourth entry in the Darius arcade game series. G-Darius HD is a console port based on the arcade game G-Darius, now with full high-definition resolution support.

  • You can play both G-Darius HD, which is a faithful port of G-Darius in high-definition, or the original G-Darius with the image quality of the arcade version.
  • Five gadgets can be displayed on-screen as you play.
  • A Capture Gallery function has been implemented.
  • Slowdowns have been reproduced.

Dariusburst Another Chronicle EX+

Based on the PSP game Dariusburst, Dariusburst Another Chronicle is an arcade game released in 2010 that was later ported to PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PC via Steam as Dariusburst Chronicle Saviours. Dariusburst Another Chronicle EX+ is that game ported once again, this time including the “Event Mode” cut from the previous port and other new elements.

  • Adds eight new events featuring six new songs by Zuntata’s Shohei Tsuchiya.
  • Includes all 13 Event Mode missions that were playable for a limited time in the arcade version.
  • Adds the new Murakumo spacecraft.

Darius Cozmic Revelation is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch on February 25 in Japan, and this winter in the west.

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