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Cave Shooting Collection heading to Xbox 360 this March

1:00 AM on 02.25.2013

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

So many shmups!

Cave's prohibitively expensive shooting collection has a release date. The ten disc bundle of danmaku goodness is slated to hit Japan on March 28 for the steep price of ¥ 24,800 (roughly $300), though it's still not clear if the titles are region free. Either way, this seems like a great time to crack open the piggy bank and treat yourself to a Japanese Xbox 360.

The anthology includes: Akai KatanaDeathsmilesDeathsmiles IIXDoDonPachi ResurrectionDoDonPachi Resurrection Black LabelEspgaluda II Black LabelGuwangeMuchi Muchi Pork & Pink SweetsMushihimesama, and Mushihimesama Futari. Ten soundtrack CDs, seven DVDs, and plenty of filigree will also be included to help round out the package.

Shooting Collection Release Date [Cave]

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