Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo

Release Dates
(Switch) Japan
Aug 29 2019
(Switch) North America
Feb 18 2020
(Switch) Europe
Feb 21 2020
(PS4) Japan
Jul 28 2022
Japanese Title

Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo is a shoot ’em up video game collection developed by Zerodiv and published by City Connection. In the west, it is published by NIS America.


Experience the classic awesomeness of vintage vertically-scrolling shooter games in Psikyo Shooting Stars Bravo. The three Samurai Aces and three Gunbird series games provide different missions for gameplay variety and have a TATE mode for an authentic vertical display gaming experience.

Key Features

  • Classic Shoot ‘Em Ups in High-Definition – Experience classic shooters in beautifully-rendered high-definition: Samurai Aces, Tengai, Samurai Aces III: Sengoku Cannon, Gunbird, Gunbird 2, and Gunbarich.
    • Samurai Aces – The Shogun’s daughter has been kidnapped by an evil cult, and it is up to six unlikely heroes to rescue her before she is sacrificed to resurrect a demon god! Originally released in 1993.
    • Tengai – The militaristic cult Shinrano has captured the Shogun’s daughter in order to sacrifice her to their demon god. The only ones that can stop them are a group of misfits that must rise up to become heroes! Originally released in 1996.
    • Samurai Aces III: Sengoku Cannon – When villagers suddenly begin to disappear, a group of heroic mercenaries returns to uncover the mystery. But even they cannot prepare themselves for the twisted plot of soul-bearing machines and a missing princess that lies behind the disappearances. Originally released in 2005.
    • Gunbird – What do a witch girl, a robot, an adventurer with a jetpack, a martial artist, and a monkey warrior have in common? They all seek the pieces of a magic mirror in order to make a wish! Originally released in 1994.
    • Gunbird 2 – Seven quirky warriors face a mighty challenge: claim the legendary potion of a divine god in order to fulfill their grandest wishes! Originally released in 1998.
    • Gunbarich – A spin-off title of the Gunbird series, the young witch Marion and her anchor-wielding classmate Gurutan star in this charming game of colorful blocks. Originally released in 2001.
  • Play Your Way – Choose your gameplay experience with horizontal mode, vertical Tate mode, or hand a Joy-Con controller to a friend in local multiplayer.
  • The Arcade Comes Home – Multiple difficulty levels and settings make sure there are no quarters needed.
  • Local Multiplayer – For one to two players.

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