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Platform: Dreamcast
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Vertical)
Developer: Treasure


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Reader Reviews

Ikaruga review

Reviewed January 08, 2003

cheekylee says: "''It goes without saying that you can avoid and escape from trial. But the true meaning of trial is to overcome such your weakness.'' "
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Ikaruga review

Reviewed May 13, 2005

hepatitisx says: "A collage of emotion pours from your body the first time you witness an insurmountable wall of bright, glowing bullets looming closer and closer to your ship. The bullets are so packed together, the metallic background disappears, and all you can see is a school of menacing bullets. "
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