Barrage Fantasia is rock solid indie bullet hell wrapped in stylish pixel art, though it lacks some of the genre’s common bells and whistles.
Godstrike is a twin-stick shooter where ‘time is your greatest asset and most dreaded enemy’, coming to Switch and PC on April 15.
Natsuki Chronicles finds plenty of excitement in its arcade shoot-’em-up action, even as it takes a more story-centric approach to the genre.
With hidden gems like Progear in the mix, Capcom Arcade Stadium is much more than just another repackage of the same old games.
Project Starship X puts a roguelike twist on shoot-’em-ups that dials up the chaos, coupled with a ridiculous sense of style.
The old-school influence on Habroxia 2 is clear, but it plenty of fresh ideas and modern twists prevent it from being stuck in the past.
Crimzon Clover: World EXplosion brings one of the best shmups of the last decade to Switch with some wonderful new modes and a flawless port.
Galacide finds surprising success in mashing up two quite distinct genres: shoot-’em-ups and match-three (or rather, match-four) puzzlers.
Rangok Skies channels the likes of DoDonPachi, Gunbird, and Strikers 1945 in its vibrant art style and onslaught of bullets to dodge.
Headbang Club has shared the official tracklist for Double Kick Heroes ahead of the game’s launch next week, with guest tracks from the likes of Gojira.