Tag Archives: treasure
Thu, Dec 13, 2012 | 10:34 GMT
Ikaruga – the critically-acclaimed Dreamcast and GameCube scrolling shooter from Treasure – has launched on Android devices across Japan. Get the details below.
Wed, Oct 31, 2012 | 14:44 GMT
Longtime Japanese development studio Treasure is currently working on a 3DS exclusive title.
Thu, Jun 16, 2011 | 13:23 BST
It’s Wednesday. This means that your week is almost over. Enjoy hump day a little more with some shorts.
Thu, May 05, 2011 | 14:40 BST
SEGA has announced the a re-release of Guardian Heroes, the action-RPG fighter from Treasure, and it’s coming to Xbox Live.
Tue, Nov 23, 2010 | 09:45 GMT
Bluetooth multiplayer support included.
Tue, Aug 31, 2010 | 19:59 BST
That’s a headline we never thought we’d write.
Thu, Nov 05, 2009 | 07:32 GMT
Tue, Apr 28, 2009 | 14:57 BST
A listing over on Xbox360achievements suggests that Sega’s Gunstar Heroes may be coming to Xbox Live Arcade sometime soon.
Achievements for the game are worth 200 in total and range from all major boss battles to beginning the game with each weapon.
Sega has yet to announce the run and gunner, so until it’s made official, keep your shirt on.
Tue, Jan 06, 2009 | 09:04 GMT
In an interview with Gama, Treasure CEO Masato Maegawa has revealed that Microsoft enquired about the Saturn shoot ‘em up, Radiant Silvergun for its XBLA service.
“Microsoft actually asked us if we could put it out,” he said. “We’re thinking about it, certainly, but it’s not as simple as just saying ‘OK, let’s put it up.’ I mean, sure, with Ikaruga, we released it as-is without having to do or add a great deal to the game, and it was popular and well accepted for what it was. But if you play Radiant Silvergun nowadays, it’s certainly aged in assorted ways, and I’m not sure they’re all good.”
However, although Treasure seems positive about a re-make, the develop remains unsure as to whether Live Arcade would be its natural home:
“I think we’d definitely like to see it out there. But the situation around that game is a bit different from Ikaruga, so I don’t know if we’d see it on [Xbox Live].”
By Mike Bowden
Thu, Oct 02, 2008 | 12:26 BST
On IGN. The game was announced this morning as part of Nintendo’s Japanese press conference. Looks shooty. Take a look.
Fri, Apr 11, 2008 | 11:20 BST
Treasure president Masato Maegawa has said in an interview with CNET Japan recently that the studio is working on two new titles for Wii, IGN reports.
In terms of details, Maegawa would only reveal that the games would be in 3D and that the Wii-mote would be put to good use.
Treasure’s classic shooter, Ikaruga, was re-released for XBL yesterday and costs 800 points.
By Mike Bowden
Wed, Apr 09, 2008 | 10:41 BST
According to the Major, Treasure’s Ikaruga is now up on XBLA. It’s 800 Points, as usual, and is something you probably want to own. So buy it.
Tue, Apr 08, 2008 | 08:39 BST
According to Treasure’s site, Ikaruga’s going to be published on XBLA this Wednesday. If you don’t know, this means you should definitely buy it, although we say that with some caveats after the fiasco that was Mr Driller Online. Still, great news. The shooter classic will cost you 800 of the most deserving MS Points you’ll ever spend. Hopefully.
Sat, Mar 29, 2008 | 10:47 GMT
Treasure’s beloved top-down shooter, Ikaruga, is to be released on XBLA on April 9. Great news there, if you’re a fan of making your eyes and brains bleed. There’s no word on whether or not this is going to be a worldwide thing, but we’re going to keep the faith and tell you it is, even though we have no clue. We’re nice like that.
Fri, Feb 29, 2008 | 22:36 GMT
We can embed this one, and that’s just great. According to this, Treasure shooter Ikaruga is listed on the Japanese developer’s website as an 800 MS Point release any time now. The game is something everyone should play, if only to see if you are actually genetically capable of finishing it. We’ll never forget that ridiculous movie of the Japanese guy playing it two-player by himself in an arcade. Fingers crossed, anyway, that this is true.
Tue, Feb 26, 2008 | 06:35 GMT
According to this, the upcoming Bangai-O Spirits for DS will have a level editor. There’s a hands-on with the upcoming Treasure game throuh he link.
That’s not all. Apparently you’ll be able to transmit levels to other DS users by sound.
“Once you’re done your creation, you can save it to cartridge and send it to other Bangai-O Spirits owners in a very unique way: through the power of sound,” said IGN. “Using old-school modem-like technology, you’ll convert your levels into a sound that other Bangai-O Spirits carts will recognize. Place a set of headphone earpieces to a DS microphone, plug in the 1/8th inch jack to the host, and send that file off through high-pitch whines. It’s similar to the way that we Commodore 64 and TRS-80 programmers used to save and load our created programs, and here it makes a return in a contemporary game design.”
Geek essential, number one, 2008. No release date yet.