Battle Robot Space Fish in “G-Darius HD”, Coming Soon for Switch, PS4

Taito and ININ Games have partnered up to release G-Darius HD, a remastered port of 1997’s arcade title… G-Darius. Developed by M2, G-Darius HD will be available physically and digitally for Nintendo Switch and PS4 later in 2021 (that’s for both North American and European territories).

While the Darius shoot ‘em up series dates back to the mid-80s (or as we called the genre back then: shooter), G-Darius introduced polygonal 3D graphics to the traditional 2D formula of shooting robot fish in space in search of the mythical G-spot.

Okay, so I made that G-spot thing up.

Here’s the official breakdown of G-Darius HD from ININ Games, followed by a trailer and such:

Immerse yourself in thrilling gameplay with modern high-resolution, or original arcade graphics!

Experience the conflicts between Amnelia Kingdom and the merciless Thiima Empire that took place before the battle between the people of Darius and Belsar. The series’ iconic Silver Hawk spaceships were created to make use of the game’s unique capture ball system, that allows you to forge your own strategy and gain an edge over the enemy!


  • Branching stages and different paths within one stage
  • Iconic maritime-inspired boss design
  • Unique capture system of enemy spacecrafts for strategic depth
  • Playable with modern high-resolution, or original arcade graphics
  • Fantastic soundtrack and audio design

You can stay abreast of where to preorder G-Darius HD via the ININ Games website here.

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