Recreate Any Stage, Even Boss Levels, In Bangai-O HD: Missile Fury

By Spencer . February 10, 2011 . 10:28am


Bangai-O HD: Missile Fury has 50 original story levels and over 50 unlockable levels made by Treasure. Oh, and plus whatever maps fans create with the built in mapmaker.


While previous Bangai-O titles included a map edit feature, Bangai-O HD’s stage creator can make the same levels Treasure created for the Xbox 360 title. In fact, you can even use one of Treasure’s levels as a base and edit it, if you like. Players can select weapons for the stage, place enemies, and traps. An object counter limits the number of missile launchers, power-ups, and tiles level designers can place.


After you create a level you can share it with anyone on your Xbox Live friends list. Level sharing, a representative from D3 Publisher explained, can only be done through friends. So, what if a Treasure employee makes an awesome level on his or her time? It’s still possible to acquire through a friend of a friend. You can repost levels downloaded from a friend and share those with people on your friends list.


Bangai-O HD: Missile Fury comes out this spring.

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  • PrinceHeir

    another shump game on 360? damn it must be shump heaven there O_O

    • Code

      It is the system to own if your a shmup fan >w<' although Japanese 360 is recommended opo;

  • I loved the level editor in Spirits. Sounds like this will be the same thing.

    • You may be glad to know… this is a bit more advanced than the level designer in “Spirits.”

      • If by that you mean either “scripting” or “doesn’t use sound as a distribution channel”, I’m all for it.

  • Treasure game can’t disappoint…

  • Code

    rar, such an excellent downloadable lineup coming up for 360, Hard Corps, Bangai-O HD, and Radiant Silvergun >ww<' Only thing I wish about this lineup is that I could get a date on Hard Corps for PS3, I'd just prefer it on PS3 pad if I have that option, but no luck so far finding a date T_T'

  • My god that is looking so sharp, crisp and awesome. Love the original on the Dreamcast (i take pride on the fact I still own it :D). The level editor – despite it’s limited sharing – sounds awesome.

    Now Treasure. After this could you provide us with Guardian Heroes and Mischief Makers remakes (or full blown sequels :D)

  • To Treasure: gives us Guardian Heroes HD with online play!

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