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DreamcastDefunct Games (May 13, 2006)
This game is definitely worth a trip to one of the many import dealers on the internet. If you're serious about games, and very serious about the Dreamcast, then Radirgy should not be missed.
DreamcastReVival (Jun 09, 2006)
Complètement atypique, que ce soit dans son style de jeu ou bien encore dans sa réalisation, Radirgy ne laisse pas indifférent. A ReVival on a vraiment apprécié ce jeu. Le principal reproche est l'absence de jeu à deux simultanément.
DreamcastBordersdown (Apr 10, 2006)
Radirgy comes as a breath of fresh air in a genre that is so often lacking in originality, and this on a supposedly “dead” machine, something for which Milestone should be commended. The fact that this will be one of the last games to appear on the Dreamcast means that Sega fanboys and eBay touts will buy it regardless, but judged purely on its merits as a shmup, Radirgy is thoroughly deserving of a place in any shooter fan’s collection.
GameCubeNintendoWorldReport (Jun 03, 2007)
Situated somewhere between cute-em-ups of the 16-bit era and more traditional shooters, Radirgy is a decent shooter with a unique appearance. Despite its looks, Radirgy is a fairly standard arcade-style shooter with average level design, and most of the fun comes from finding new ways of playing through the game. Though not of the same caliber as Treasure shooters, Radirgy is still a fun diversion for shoot-em-up fans. The import version may be hard to attain now, but perhaps we’ll see it release on Wii as part of a larger collection.
DreamcastIGN (Jun 07, 2006)
Any blue-blooded Dreamcast fan should round out their collection with this new release. Radirgy is a little late to the party, but it was worth the wait.