Dream Trigger 3D is a completely original arcade shooter featuring over 50 stages that will captivate players with a seamless combination of stunning visuals and explosive 3D action.
Dream Trigger 3D is designed specifically for the Nintendo 3DS system and is played by one or two players in a frenetic combination of color and light mixed with a dynamic multi-track musical score. The visuals provide an unparalleled immersive experience as players use sonar bombs to destroy and detect enemies, dodge attacks and move through a variety of layered environments that burst off the screen in 3D. Ultimately each player is to be the "fixer of dreams" and end nightmarish attacks forever before being consumed completely.
In recent years, the special genre known as 'bullet hell' has been gaining a resurgence with re-releases of Treasure titles like Ikaruga and Bangai-O. In basic terms, these games involve the player as a very small vehicle or character up against hordes of enemies in the skies,...read full review
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