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Bullet hell is back
Fans of bullet hell shooters like Raiden, Donpachi and so on would be well advised to check out this cracking sequel to the original Super Killer Hornet. It's mostly familiar stuff in terms of the genre but also offers a few neat twists which make it a good bet for anyone after some seriously intense vertically scrolling action. There may well be some kind of story to the game but if there is, it's pretty inconsequential stuff and you can safely ignore any attempts at narrative in favor of concentrating on the action. Most of what follows is standard genre fodder, this being a vertical shooter where you must blast the hell of out the swarms of bad guys which come your way, with the occasional boss fight also popping up for some extra challenge. However, you get a choice of three ships, each of which comes with its own weapons system, which adds a nice element to proceedings, while in the game's most bizarre twist, you actually have to solve mathematical problems in order to gain powerups. Resurrection lacks the stylish visuals of some of the genre's finest offering, with some design work that is generally nice but which also comes across as a tad on the bland side, but if it's action you're looking for, there's no denying this delivers in that department. It all kicks off hard and fast so you'll need your best skills right from the start and there's no let up until the bitter end. The choice of ships is a nice touch and there are some cool weapons to discover, while the maths idea also works surprisingly well, making this a great little shooter.