Hucast Games announced today that Ghost Blade HD will be launched on PC via STEAM on March 8th. Ghost Blade HD is described as an intense bullet-hell shoot ’em up game, with a score-based gameplay, with its inspiration going back to the shooting games of the 1990s era.
Ghost Blade HD is designed with a modern graphic style and special effects, featuring a 2-player mode and a TATE mode.
The Soundtrack is based on the heydays of Japanese shmups and arcade sounds: Composer Rafael Dyll has already scored several console games and returns to his signature sound with the music featured in Ghost Blade HD. Fusing J-Pop influences and typical 90s synths and with modern production values, Rafael provides an action-packed soundtrack with catchy leads and electronic beats.
Ghost Blade HD will be priced at $9.99 and you can read our First Impressions article for it here.
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