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Fish lasers! Dariusburst listed by ESRB


3:20 PM on 05.03.2010
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I laughed when I saw Siliconera's reaction to the new ESRB rating write-up for water life-themed side-scrolling space shooter, Dariusburst. It seems that Spencer and I think alike as he also mentions "robotic fish and Zuntata" when thinking of the game. Here's how the ESRB sees it, though:

This is an arcade-style space shooter in which players control a small craft that shoots projectiles and lasers at enemy ships, missiles, turrets, and robots. From a side-scrolling perspective, players navigate through outer space while shooting at the numerous enemy units. Ships, objects, and enemies explode when hit, sometimes with realistic or slow-motion effects.

Boring!

Anyway, now that a US trademark was filed and the ESRB has rated the PSP game, all we're waiting for now is an official date and price from Square Enix.

Metallic sea creatures FTW! Look at the above picture and tell me that's not awesome.






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