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Shikhondo: Soul Eater

Shikhondo: Soul Eater (XB1) game cover art
Platform: Xbox One
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Vertical
Developer: DeerFarm

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
08/28/2018
EU
08/28/2018

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Shikhondo: Soul Eater headed to leading consoles by month's end

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Shikhondo: Soul Eater is a bullet hell shooter developed by Korean studio DeerFarm, and it was favorably received when it arrived on PC last year. Now the game is on its way to consoles, courtesy of Digerati Distribution, to fulfill all of your shmup needs. full article

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