Darius Cozmic Collection: Console Image
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  • Summary: The Darius Cozmic Collection Console contains 6 legendary console titles in a total of 9 versions:

    DARIUS II (Mega Drive JP version) SAGAIA (Genesis version) SAGAIA (Master System EU version) DARIUS TWIN (Super Famicom JP version) DARIUS TWIN (Super NES US version)
    The Darius Cozmic Collection Console contains 6 legendary console titles in a total of 9 versions:

    DARIUS II (Mega Drive JP version)
    SAGAIA (Genesis version)
    SAGAIA (Master System EU version)
    DARIUS TWIN (Super Famicom JP version)
    DARIUS TWIN (Super NES US version)
    DARIUS FORCE (Super Famicom JP version)
    SUPER NOVA (Super NES US version)
    DARIUS ALPHA (PC Engine JP version)
    DARIUS PLUS (PC Engine JP version)
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  1. Jun 17, 2020
    70
    Darius Cozmic Collection Console is a niche title that will thrill the people it needs to thrill. Meanwhile, the casual crowd will rightly scoff at its price. There’s nothing wrong with this collection apart from that it’s a bit by-the-book, though as a collection of Darius games released on console, you could take the absence of Super Darius and 2009’s PSP exclusive Dariusburst to task. Still, if you aren’t averse to spending a considerable bit of dough to acquire some of the best shoot ’em ups ever made, consider picking it up.
  2. Jun 17, 2020
    70
    Darius Cozmic Collection Console includes a handful of solid classic 16-bit shoot 'em ups. Although they're not as enjoyable as their arcade counterparts, you surely can't deny that there's a lot of fun to be had shooting up all sorts of space sea creatures here.
  3. Jun 18, 2020
    70
    There's an absurd amount of classic Shmup love here, even if these collections are a little too light on extras.
  4. 70
    This compilation of classic '90s shoot 'em ups is great for fans of the series and genre alike but while the game needlessly focuses on regional variations of the same games, it misses out important titles from the series and the cost is a little bit too much for what you get.
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