Gundemonium Collection Brings Doujin Bullet Hell To PS3

By Spencer . April 28, 2010 . 11:06am

imageDoujin publisher Rockin’ Android officially announced their partnership with Sony Online Entertainment and their first title. Technically, their first three titles.


Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne, and Hitogata Happa will be released as PlayStation Network downloads next month. All three games will also be bundled in a PC package called Gundemonium Collection for $19.99 on May 18. Pricing and dates for the PSN ports were not announced.


“Our collaboration with game development powerhouse Sony Online Entertainment creates an incredibly unprecedented opportunity to expose many of Japan’s top indie video games to the worldwide online gaming community,” Enrique Galvez, President of Rockin’ Android, digitally proclaimed. That quote makes it sounds like Rockin’ Android’s deal with Sony Online Entertainment extends beyond Gundemonium and isn’t only for North America.

  • Kris

    Awesome!!! I can’t wait for this, the PS3 has been shooter-starved so far.

    • cowcow

      There’s After Burner

      • nyobzoo

        And Soldner X
        R-Type 2

        but seriously, this is good news

  • I’m going to buy the PC collection, but this is badass news!

    Edit: …though I am wondering if this will be some kind of full remake ala Cave Story, or if there’ll just be some nasty filtered upscaling…probably the latter, unfortunately.

  • ECM

    Flying Red Barrel is the best game Rockin’n Android offers–hopefully that’s getting the console treatment, too, at some point.

  • AllenSmithee

    Really good job for them! I mean, they’re already doing something good, but PC isn’t viable for some people (like me, often times) so it is good to have a PS3 version.


    edit: plus, Platine Dispotif is pretty great! :D



  • Saturnus


  • I guess SCEA FINALLY opened up with the whole Stolar-esque DUB ONLY rule, seeing how it screwed itself out of sales.

  • tsukasa1288

    Doujin shooters made me think of Touhou, but I don’t think that we will ever see Zun have somebody else publish his games. That and the Japanese internet would implode on itself something like that were announced.

    • There’s an off-shoot chance that his former employer (Square Enix; technically, Taito, before the acquisition) might indeed land publishing rights for Touhou.

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