Strumwind Gameplay Footage Appears in Destructoid Live Stream

A demo of the upcoming indie Dreamcast shmup Strumwind, published by redspotgames, appeared in a live stream held by gaming website Destructoid. The Strumwind footage appears at 1 hour and 44 minutes into the stream. Seems the Destructoid folks were bitten by the Dreamcast bug and decided to play a number of titles, concluding with Strumwind. At the startup screen, it is revealed that the game will support VGA, arcade stick, VMU and the jump pack. Most of those were obvious, but it’s nice to hear it confirmed. Ignore the dumb commentary that follows and enjoy the gameplay, graphics and music.

Personally, I’m loving the use of “GET READY”.

Watch the stream here, click ahead to 1 hour 44 minutes for Strumwind

[Thanks to Gagaman of The Dreamcast Junkyard for the tip]


4 responses to “Strumwind Gameplay Footage Appears in Destructoid Live Stream

  1. CrazyTails says:

    I ended up watchting the whole thing.That was a great watch. The game looks great

  2. cube_b3 says:

    It is fairly hard to watch these guys are cross talking it is hard to understand anything.

    Who are these 4 and a half folks anyway?

    I mean who is from Destructoid and who is from SEGA?<span style="white-space: pre;"> </span>

  3. cube_b3 says:

    I watched it for as long as I could.

    Not worth it.

  4. DCGX says:

    The German guy and the guy to his left were from Sega. The Destructoid guys were annoying, but I've never liked their site. It was great to see some new Sturmwind gameplay, and really great that Sega is somewhat promoting it.

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