History Creator / CAVE

4th Jun '18 6:40:34 PM Windows95Fan
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Not to be confused with an ''actual'' cave, which is [[StealthPun under]] BeneathTheEarth or UndergroundLevel.

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[[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with with]] an ''actual'' cave, which is [[StealthPun under]] BeneathTheEarth or UndergroundLevel.
22nd Apr '18 4:17:18 AM jormis29
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In recent years, CAVE has taken to bringing its shooters, the majority of which have been [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] and often [[UsefulNotes/RegionCoding region-locked]], overseas. ''Mushihime-sama Futari ver.1.5'' for the Xbox 360 was released in November 2009 without region coding, making it the first home release of a CAVE shooter to be playable on an American or European console. CAVE went on to release the Xbox 360 port of ''Espgaluda II Black Label'' region-free (only for the standard edition; the Premium Edition is still region-locked) in February 2010, as well as an iPhone port in April with official Japan and U.S. releases. ''VideoGame/{{Deathsmiles}}'' was released in the U.S. in June, localized by Aksys Games, the same company behind the U.S. localizations of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' series and ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami III]]''. CAVE also has [[http://www.cave-world.com/en/ an English-language website]], though its focus appears to be on iPhone and Android games, with little mention of console releases, let alone arcade ones. This is not to say consoles are being ignored, though; there is now a dual-language Xbox 360 port of ''VideoGame/{{Guwange}}'' available on the [[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade Xbox Live Marketplace]].

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In recent years, CAVE has taken to bringing its shooters, the majority of which have been [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] and often [[UsefulNotes/RegionCoding region-locked]], overseas. ''Mushihime-sama Futari ver.1.5'' for the Xbox 360 was released in November 2009 without region coding, making it the first home release of a CAVE shooter to be playable on an American or European console. CAVE went on to release the Xbox 360 port of ''Espgaluda II Black Label'' region-free (only for the standard edition; the Premium Edition is still region-locked) in February 2010, as well as an iPhone port in April with official Japan and U.S. releases. ''VideoGame/{{Deathsmiles}}'' was released in the U.S. in June, localized by Aksys Games, Creator/AksysGames, the same company behind the U.S. localizations of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' series and ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami III]]''. CAVE also has [[http://www.cave-world.com/en/ an English-language website]], though its focus appears to be on iPhone and Android games, with little mention of console releases, let alone arcade ones. This is not to say consoles are being ignored, though; there is now a dual-language Xbox 360 port of ''VideoGame/{{Guwange}}'' available on the [[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade Xbox Live Marketplace]].
18th Feb '18 10:46:26 AM nombretomado
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In recent years, CAVE has taken to bringing its shooters, the majority of which have been [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] and often [[RegionCoding region-locked]], overseas. ''Mushihime-sama Futari ver.1.5'' for the Xbox 360 was released in November 2009 without region coding, making it the first home release of a CAVE shooter to be playable on an American or European console. CAVE went on to release the Xbox 360 port of ''Espgaluda II Black Label'' region-free (only for the standard edition; the Premium Edition is still region-locked) in February 2010, as well as an iPhone port in April with official Japan and U.S. releases. ''VideoGame/{{Deathsmiles}}'' was released in the U.S. in June, localized by Aksys Games, the same company behind the U.S. localizations of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' series and ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami III]]''. CAVE also has [[http://www.cave-world.com/en/ an English-language website]], though its focus appears to be on iPhone and Android games, with little mention of console releases, let alone arcade ones. This is not to say consoles are being ignored, though; there is now a dual-language Xbox 360 port of ''VideoGame/{{Guwange}}'' available on the [[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade Xbox Live Marketplace]].

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In recent years, CAVE has taken to bringing its shooters, the majority of which have been [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] and often [[RegionCoding [[UsefulNotes/RegionCoding region-locked]], overseas. ''Mushihime-sama Futari ver.1.5'' for the Xbox 360 was released in November 2009 without region coding, making it the first home release of a CAVE shooter to be playable on an American or European console. CAVE went on to release the Xbox 360 port of ''Espgaluda II Black Label'' region-free (only for the standard edition; the Premium Edition is still region-locked) in February 2010, as well as an iPhone port in April with official Japan and U.S. releases. ''VideoGame/{{Deathsmiles}}'' was released in the U.S. in June, localized by Aksys Games, the same company behind the U.S. localizations of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' series and ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami III]]''. CAVE also has [[http://www.cave-world.com/en/ an English-language website]], though its focus appears to be on iPhone and Android games, with little mention of console releases, let alone arcade ones. This is not to say consoles are being ignored, though; there is now a dual-language Xbox 360 port of ''VideoGame/{{Guwange}}'' available on the [[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade Xbox Live Marketplace]].
19th Dec '17 4:28:02 PM Glowsquid
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* ''Touge King: The Spirits'' (released in North America as ''High Velocity Mountain Racing Challenge'') (1995)
** ''Touge King: The Spirits 2'' (1997)
9th Dec '17 12:47:12 PM nombretomado
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* FollowTheLeader: The ShootEmUp genre was already overflowing with games by the time the 90s came around. It took the DonPachi series to have many bullets on the ''Opponents''' sides rather than the Player's side to make the new subgenre that is BulletHell.

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* FollowTheLeader: The ShootEmUp genre was already overflowing with games by the time the 90s came around. It took the DonPachi [=DonPachi=] series to have many bullets on the ''Opponents''' sides rather than the Player's side to make the new subgenre that is BulletHell.
7th Dec '17 5:33:40 PM nombretomado
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In recent years, CAVE has taken to bringing its shooters, the majority of which have been [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] and often [[RegionCoding region-locked]], overseas. ''Mushihime-sama Futari ver.1.5'' for the Xbox 360 was released in November 2009 without region coding, making it the first home release of a CAVE shooter to be playable on an American or European console. CAVE went on to release the Xbox 360 port of ''Espgaluda II Black Label'' region-free (only for the standard edition; the Premium Edition is still region-locked) in February 2010, as well as an iPhone port in April with official Japan and U.S. releases. ''{{Deathsmiles}}'' was released in the U.S. in June, localized by Aksys Games, the same company behind the U.S. localizations of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' series and ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami III]]''. CAVE also has [[http://www.cave-world.com/en/ an English-language website]], though its focus appears to be on iPhone and Android games, with little mention of console releases, let alone arcade ones. This is not to say consoles are being ignored, though; there is now a dual-language Xbox 360 port of ''VideoGame/{{Guwange}}'' available on the [[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade Xbox Live Marketplace]].

More recently, European publisher Rising Star Games has taken to localizing some of CAVE's Xbox 360 [[ShootEmUp shoot]] [[BulletHell 'em ups]], so far including ''DeathSmiles'' and ''[=DoDonPachi=] Resurrection'' as well as ''VideoGame/{{Akai Katana}}''. Their release of ''[=DoDonPachi=] Resurrection'' is also region-free for America and Europe, meaning other non-Japanese fans can get in on the action. CAVE has also partnered with Degica to release some of their games worldwide via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. Currently, ''VideoGame/MushihimeSama'' and ''VideoGame/{{Deathsmiles}}'' are available on Steam, with ''[[VideoGame/DonPachi DoDonPachi DaiFukkatsu]] next on the way, with other titles in their catalogue likely on the way.

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In recent years, CAVE has taken to bringing its shooters, the majority of which have been [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] and often [[RegionCoding region-locked]], overseas. ''Mushihime-sama Futari ver.1.5'' for the Xbox 360 was released in November 2009 without region coding, making it the first home release of a CAVE shooter to be playable on an American or European console. CAVE went on to release the Xbox 360 port of ''Espgaluda II Black Label'' region-free (only for the standard edition; the Premium Edition is still region-locked) in February 2010, as well as an iPhone port in April with official Japan and U.S. releases. ''{{Deathsmiles}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Deathsmiles}}'' was released in the U.S. in June, localized by Aksys Games, the same company behind the U.S. localizations of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' series and ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami III]]''. CAVE also has [[http://www.cave-world.com/en/ an English-language website]], though its focus appears to be on iPhone and Android games, with little mention of console releases, let alone arcade ones. This is not to say consoles are being ignored, though; there is now a dual-language Xbox 360 port of ''VideoGame/{{Guwange}}'' available on the [[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade Xbox Live Marketplace]].

More recently, European publisher Rising Star Games has taken to localizing some of CAVE's Xbox 360 [[ShootEmUp shoot]] [[BulletHell 'em ups]], so far including ''DeathSmiles'' ''[=DeathSmiles=]'' and ''[=DoDonPachi=] Resurrection'' as well as ''VideoGame/{{Akai Katana}}''. Their release of ''[=DoDonPachi=] Resurrection'' is also region-free for America and Europe, meaning other non-Japanese fans can get in on the action. CAVE has also partnered with Degica to release some of their games worldwide via UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}. Currently, ''VideoGame/MushihimeSama'' and ''VideoGame/{{Deathsmiles}}'' are available on Steam, with ''[[VideoGame/DonPachi DoDonPachi DaiFukkatsu]] next on the way, with other titles in their catalogue likely on the way.
28th Sep '17 10:49:56 AM InazumaKitsune
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** ''Trick'N Snowboarder'' (1999)
11th Jun '17 2:23:00 PM nombretomado
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In recent years, CAVE has taken to bringing its shooters, the majority of which have been [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] and often [[RegionCoding region-locked]], overseas. ''Mushihime-sama Futari ver.1.5'' for the Xbox 360 was released in November 2009 without region coding, making it the first home release of a CAVE shooter to be playable on an American or European console. CAVE went on to release the Xbox 360 port of ''Espgaluda II Black Label'' region-free (only for the standard edition; the Premium Edition is still region-locked) in February 2010, as well as an iPhone port in April with official Japan and U.S. releases. ''{{Deathsmiles}}'' was released in the U.S. in June, localized by Aksys Games, the same company behind the U.S. localizations of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' series and ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami III]]''. CAVE also has [[http://www.cave-world.com/en/ an English-language website]], though its focus appears to be on iPhone and Android games, with little mention of console releases, let alone arcade ones. This is not to say consoles are being ignored, though; there is now a dual-language Xbox 360 port of ''VideoGame/{{Guwange}}'' available on the [[XboxLiveArcade Xbox Live Marketplace]].

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In recent years, CAVE has taken to bringing its shooters, the majority of which have been [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] and often [[RegionCoding region-locked]], overseas. ''Mushihime-sama Futari ver.1.5'' for the Xbox 360 was released in November 2009 without region coding, making it the first home release of a CAVE shooter to be playable on an American or European console. CAVE went on to release the Xbox 360 port of ''Espgaluda II Black Label'' region-free (only for the standard edition; the Premium Edition is still region-locked) in February 2010, as well as an iPhone port in April with official Japan and U.S. releases. ''{{Deathsmiles}}'' was released in the U.S. in June, localized by Aksys Games, the same company behind the U.S. localizations of the ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' series and ''[[VideoGame/ShikigamiNoShiro Castle of Shikigami III]]''. CAVE also has [[http://www.cave-world.com/en/ an English-language website]], though its focus appears to be on iPhone and Android games, with little mention of console releases, let alone arcade ones. This is not to say consoles are being ignored, though; there is now a dual-language Xbox 360 port of ''VideoGame/{{Guwange}}'' available on the [[XboxLiveArcade [[UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade Xbox Live Marketplace]].
10th Feb '17 3:59:12 PM Xtifr
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'''CAVE Co., Ltd.''' is a video game company formed in 1994, one of four companies that arose from the ashes of the bankrupt {{Toaplan}}. It is perhaps well-known for its line of arcade BulletHell [[ShootEmUp Shoot 'em Ups]], such as the ''VideoGame/DonPachi'' and ''VideoGame/MushihimeSama'' series.

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'''CAVE CAVE Co., Ltd.''' is a video game company formed in 1994, one of four companies that arose from the ashes of the bankrupt {{Toaplan}}.Creator/{{Toaplan}}. It is perhaps well-known for its line of arcade BulletHell [[ShootEmUp Shoot 'em Ups]], such as the ''VideoGame/DonPachi'' and ''VideoGame/MushihimeSama'' series.
8th Feb '17 3:34:34 PM TheNerfGuy
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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Ibara'' is said to be one to [[EightingRaizing Raizing]]'s "Bat" series[[note]](''VideoGame/BattleGaregga'', ''Battle Bakraid'', and ''ArmedPoliceBatrider'')[[/note]].
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