Neptunia Shooter launches May 21, debut trailer

Battle enemy dogoos throughout six shoot 'em up stages.

Neptunia Shooter

Neptunia Shooter will launch for PC via Steam on May 21, publisher Idea Factory International announced.

The company also released the first trailer for the shoot ’em up, which showcases playable characters Neptune, Compa, Noire, and more, who must battle through six stages of bullet-hell patterns from incoming enemy dogoo attacks and difficult bosses with unique attacks and skills.

Here is an overview of the game, via Idea Factory International:

About

Armed to the teeth, players begin as Neptune in an unworldly 8-bit space dimension ravaged by creatures who burst endless waves of bullets. Shoot, dodge, and defeat the boss in six unique bullet-hell worlds. After defeating each boss, they will join your mission, allowing you to switch characters and utilize their unique shooting abilities. Neptune and her friends must traverse through this shmup space dimension and defeat the last boss once and for all!

Key Features

  • Shmup It Up – Progress through six 8-bit inspired shoot ‘em up stages as enemy dogoos spew out an array of bullet-hell attacks in this 8-bit dimension!
  • Who Will Claim Victory? – With Steam online leaderboards, bullet-hell fans everywhere can now stake the claim as the best Neptunia Shooter player in this dimension! Challenge your friends and see who gets the higher score in six different levels!
  • Choose Your Ammunition! – Start your shmup adventure as the self-proclaimed protagonist, Neptune! At the end of each level, you face off a Goddess boss, who joins your party after defeating them. Switch between five possible characters on-the-fly and utilize each of their unique bullet-hell patterns to defeat the evil space dogoos and the final boss!
  • Broadcast Your Skills – With the Steam Broadcasting feature, you can show off your shoot ‘em up and dodging skills to the whole world!

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