Shoot ’em up SHINORUBI coming to PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch in early 2023 “
SHINORUBI first launched in Early Access for PC via Steam on January 20.
Here is an overview of the game, via Red Art Games:
Access to precious raw materials have been the cause of armed conflicts for thousands of years. And what could very well be the greatest material of them all, a compound simply called “R-R,” can only be found on one planet. That planet is Shinorubi.
“R-R” grants whoever manages to get his hands on it great power as well as exceptional longevity. That pure energy can be used for good as well as for bad. And for a thousand years, the BAÄA family has ruthlessly ruled over Shinorubi and kept “R-R” to itself. To maintain the status quo, King R.LOYD III has entrusted the protection of the kingdom to his only daughter NEMESIS BAÄA. She leads a team of five Generals who will protect the royal family’s interests by any means necessary.
All hope isn’t lost though. A legend says that the King’s supposedly inviolable sanctuary will open on the solstice happening on the 1000th year anniversary of his family’s reign. And that a team of 8 rebellious former members of his army will try to use this unique opportunity to finally seize “R-R” and put an end to the madness.
You are one of those rebels.
SHINORUBI—Last Boss 88’s first game—was inspired by the developers’ deep love of Japanese danmaku shooters. With eight different spaceships and as many play styles as well as various “Arrange Modes,” SHINORUBI offers maximum replayability. Extremely challenging as every worthy bullet hell shoot ’em up should be, SHINORUBI is also welcoming of players new to the genre with its multiple difficulty levels.
On PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, SHINORUBI‘s resolution will go up to 4K while its framerate will go up to 120 frames per second (on compatible screens).
- Eight pilots.
- Eight play styles.
- Multiple difficulty settings.
- Arrange modes and score multipliers.
- Frenetic bullet hell-type action.
- Colorful graphics.
- 4K-compatible on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
- Play at 120 frames per second on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.
Watch a new trailer below.
Consoles Announce Trailer
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