Homebrew Review – Ghost Blade | Sega Dreamcast

Ghost Blade on the Sega Dreamcast is a Vertical Style Shoot ’em Up aka Shmup published by Hucast Games. Is this just another cookie cutter homebrew game or does this stand out about the rest?

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  • Hard4Games

    Thanks for highlighting this! My local retro gaming store recently got a handful of DC homebrews in. Now I’m tempted to check them out and see if Ghost Blade is one of them. Keep up the good work!

    • thesubcon3

      That sounds like a really cool retro gaming store!

      • Hard4Games

        It really is, the store started with a TON of import games and basically built its inventory from there with very reasonable and fair trade in values. It accepts basically everything, and seeks out homebrews to stock as well.

        • thesubcon3

          Where I’m at, there aren’t any game stores at all, besides for LameStop. If a place like that was near me, I’d be in trouble!