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Tuesday, November 07, 2006
Shikigami No Shiro III is a vertical shooter with great 3D graphics but slightly underwhelming boss encounters, not counting the last one. Plenty of characters to choose from, each with their own unique standard and special shots.

The full package includes a simultaneous two player mode, adjustable difficulty level, voice work for cutscenes, vibration and even tate for players with a monitor capable of such video output. Alfa System had outdone themselves this time to deliver an excellent shmup but with a high retail price and only five stages it is a difficult purchase to recommend.

For the best experience, choose full screen for window size and normal 3 or vertical 3 for screen mode. Scroll all the way down and click on the red button to download the 73MB trial version.

Name: Shikigami No Shiro 3
Developer: Alfa System
Category: Shooter
Type: Demo
Size: 70MB
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/07/2006 03:28:00 PM:  
LMAO!!! 50€? Yeah right...

The only thing good about this is that I found out that there's a PC version of G-Darius and RayCrisys for PC. I never knew that.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/07/2006 03:31:00 PM:  
O_O I just found out that these games (G-Darius and RayCrisis) are considered abandonware!! You all konw what I'll be playing tomorrow ;-)
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/09/2006 06:54:00 PM:  
This wouldn't work for me...when I press fire to start a game, I get a 'Shiki3 has encountered a problem and needs to close' message. Anyone know what the problem could be?