Psikyo Shooting Collection adds Training Mode; Psikyo shoot ’em ups for PS4 and Xbox One release date to be announced soon

Play your favorite stages with various settings.

Publisher City Connection and developer Zerodiv shared an update on the September 2020-announced Psikyo Shooting Collection for PlayStation 5, and the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One digital releases of the Psikyo series shoot ’em up titles currently available for Switch and PC at Shooting Game Daikanshasai 2021.

Psikyo Shooting Collection, which includes 12 Psikyo series shoot ’em up titles (Dragon Blaze, Gunbird, Gunbird 2, Samurai Aces, Sol Divide, Strikers 1945, Strikers 1945 II, Strikers 1945 III, Tengai, and Zero Gunner 2), remains in steady development. It will also add unique features, including the much-requested “Training Mode.” In this mode, which supports all 12 games in the collection, players can play their favorite stages with various different settings.

Psikyo Shooting Collection

As for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One digital releases of the 12 titles, City Connection said a release date will be announced in “the near future.”

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