Dangun Feveron Coming West on PlayStation 4

By Dave Bricker, 9 months ago
Cave is well known for a genre known as ‘bullet hell shoot em ups’ or just plain ‘shoot em ups.’ They are often referred to colloquially as ‘shmup.’ In this genre, you often shoot as a spaceship or flying contraption of some type from the bottom of the screen, trying to kill multitudes of enemies as they enter the screen from the top. You are hopelessly and vastly outnumbered. In addition, these enemies are able to fire a staggering amount of bullets. We recently were treated to another announcement from Cave. This new shmup is known as Dangun Feveron.

The M2 ShotTriggers Shmup Renaissance continues! In 1998, CAVE's shoot 'em up Dangun Feveron, also known as Fever SOS, blasted into Japanese arcades like a shooting star. Get in the groove with Dangun Feveron's old school style of refreshing and simple vertical scrolling gameplay. This outstanding example of the high speed ""danmaku"" bullet hell genre is back as the second installment in the M2 ShotTriggers lineup, just as it approaches its 20th anniversary! A new shine has been added to this masterpiece from CAVE with features like original game modes that put a new twist on the gameplay, remixed background music, and powered-up M2 Gadgets to help you become a master. Gather your dance energy and get your groove on in the first home console port of this fan favorite that spread dance fever through the arcades!
The game is currently available in Japan. Publisher M2 has revealed that they will now be bringing the game west.

The game was originally released in 1998 and was also known as Fever SOS.

Dangun Feveron is expected to release on April 4th.

We've got the full list of Dangun Feveron trophies - check the list for guides to unlocking them.
Dave Bricker
Written by Dave Bricker
Outside of gaming, I work and live in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I work as an air traffic controller for the US government. I have three graduate degrees (two masters and a PhD) and a boatload of tattoos (sleeves on both arms in progress). I have two daughters who also have my love of video games.