Bullet Soul Infinite Burst looks to offer some flashy, high-intensity shmup action to passive or aggressive players, letting them decide how they wish to deal with powerful enemy ships and colorful cascades of bullets.
Using one of the four pilots, players will take off to shoot down the forces of the Mecha-warl empire. Using bullet-cancelling powers, players will be encouraged to get up in their enemy’s face, hammering down foes while keeping their bullets from harming them. Should players prefer to be a bit more cautious, they can hang back and carefully weave through the waves of shots, only using the bullet-cancelling power in emergencies.
Bullet Soul Infinite Burst builds upon the original Bullet Soul, offering rebalanced enemies and new stage designs, as well as score-enhancing coin-collecting mechanics. New attack patterns have also been added to the game to give series veterans a new challenge, but the new Infinite Burst shot ability should even things up by giving players a temporary burst of destructive power.
Players can practice each stage in Bancho Mode to help earn a higher score, and can also bring a friend along in local co-op to deal with more dangerous enemies.
Bullet Soul Infinite Burst is available now on Steam.