DN8

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4.1/5 (70 votes)

I'm always hearing about how the next evolution in gaming is right around the corner. However, for those shooter-lover who wouldn't mind evolution taking less time, there's DN8, the new dynamically-generated bullet-hell from intelligent-designer Squize of Gaming Your Way. It looks pretty fit to me.

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What does the graze meter do? I can fill it up every few levels, but it doesn't seem to do anything.

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@Aegeus: Filling up the graze meter gives you an extra life.

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trollface April 29, 2011 12:41 PM

Reading the review I got the impression that the game took note of how you played and upgraded your ship automatically based on that. Instead there's a fairly limited tree where you get a choice of two upgrades every other upgrade. I think that the automatic mutation based on how you play would have been better. If you're going to have people upgrade their ships based on how they play, then just let them choose from any of the upgrades. They'll upgrade the ship based on how they play anyway. It's not like I can see this mechanic adding any replay value to the title.

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Brian Lutz April 29, 2011 10:47 PM

Finally, someone who actually knows what one of these things is supposed to play like, but the sound effects were kind of annoying.

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blakyoshi7 Author Profile Page April 30, 2011 9:21 AM

The game forced me to take a defensive upgrade, which sort of ruined it for me.

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Heatwizard Author Profile Page April 30, 2011 5:30 PM

It's a clone of Space Invaders Infinity Gene, right up to not giving you vertical movement until stage 2, and the whole evolution theme.

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It was a little too easy, especially compared to other bullet hell games like Ikaruga or Bullet Heaven. If you're looking for a quick little game though, the music is pretty good.

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