Sunday, 11 November 2012

OnLive Added the Gundemonium Collection Consisting of Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne and Hitogata Happa to the PlayPack

The Gundemonium Collection was added to the OnLive PlayPack. The Gundemonium Collection consists of three games which are Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne and Hitogata Happa. With the addition of these three games the OnLive PlayPack is now at 249 games in the US, 248 games in the UK and 247 games in Belgium, and counting.

The Gundemonium Collection was published and localised by Rockin' Android, and developed by Japanese Platine Dispositif. If successful with this release, Rockin' Android plans to release more of their games on the OnLive cloud gaming service, enabling players to experience all the fun from connected PCs, Macs, Smart TVs, tablets, smartphones and more.

Shoot first, shoot fast, shoot precisely and above all else, shoot the hell out of all your enemies in GUNDEMONIUM COLLECTION, the trilogy that brings together three of indie game developer Platine Dispositif's most revered and sought-after bullet-hell shooter titles from Japan.

Prime yourself for wave after wave of frag-filled action and close-quarters firefights on an ever-changing battlefield by evading a lightning-fast hailstorm of bullets, lasers, shrapnel and bombs, while unleashing some of your own in Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne, and Hitogata Happa. Anything less than that and you'll be toast before completing your first level!

The intense indie bullet-hell genre is invading OnLive with 3 action-packed games, including Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne, and Hitogata Happa. Each provide non-stop fast-paced attacks, unpredictable kamikaze foes and meticulously crafted 2D anime art with their own unique gameplay styles, that will make you want to lock and load over and over again.

  • Hand-drawn anime 2D style art.
  • More than 10 playable characters & bonus characters to unlock across all 3 titles.
  • Different game modes to take your shooting skills to the max.
  • Complete original soundtrack for all 3 titles.
Sadly, OnLive hasn't enabled Arena spectating and Brag Clips for all three games of the Gundemonium Collection. So no delighting for OnLive gamers in watching others go through bullet-hell.

Gundemonium Recollection

The first game in the Gundemonium trilogy tells a story of alchemy gone wrong in an alternate 18th century. Its galvanized and finely tuned side-scrolling bullet-hell shoot-'em-up gameplay sets it well above most other games in the genre. The game is deceptively simple from the outset, but has very well-thought-out gameplay mechanics. There are multiple playable characters, expertly crafted enemies and bullet patterns, a variable-difficulty "Phase Level" system, a risk-and-reward bullet "Friction" system, a "Demonic Shift" ability that's not for the faint of heart, and much more.

You can play the free demo of Gundemonium Recollection for the US, the UK and Belgium powered by OnLive.


The second game in the Gundemonium trilogy continues the tale of humanity's war with hell brought on by alchemy. Its gameplay is a second extra-strength dosage of the kind of side-scrolling bullet-hell shoot-'em-up pandemonium found in Gundemonium Recollection, but with a dramatically game-altering "Flip Turn" ability. If you're tired of getting flanked in other shoot-'em-ups, now you can turn the tables and get your revenge.

You can play the free demo of GundeadliGne for the US, the UK and Belgium powered by OnLive.

Hitogata Happa

The third game in the Gundemonium trilogy, but the events in its storyline take place before the previous games. It has chaotic bullet-hell shoot-'em-up gameplay similar to that of the first two games, but it's also wildly different. The action is now scrolling vertically, and you'll be taking control of an array of deadly self-destructive flying dolls. Each one has its own game-changing abilities. You'll have to decide which to use, when they'll fight on, and when it's time for them to make the ultimate crash-and-burn sacrifice.

You can play the free demo of Hitogata Happa for the US, the UK and Belgium powered by OnLive.


  1. Finally a new game! I was getting a little worried there for a few weeks.

    1. The lack of games is not the only current problem for OnLive. They were having problems with the Game System connectivity which they've fixed, they have some problems with linking the OnLive account with Facebook, some games have degraded video quality and are more error prone, and some other problems.

      OnLive said they want to make a functioning business out of the service and not only a cloud gaming tech showcase. Looks like they decreased funding for the tech and manpower which subsequently introduced problems.

      The good news is they are hiring more people, but it will take time to see some effects of that.

      OnLive said that some well known games will come in the near future, but sadly no AAA material. They expect that it will take several months to again be able to churn out AAA games, I would say in the second half of next year.

      Currently some worrying signs come from OnLive. Let's hope they make it to next year. Other cloud gaming companies are growing fast and OnLive has to be careful not to be forgotten.

      It's nice that OnLive again got some games up, it would be even nicer if they bring some hm... more sophisticated games to the service:)