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Dariusburst Chronicle Saviours (Japanese: ダライアスバースト クロニクルセイバーズ, Hepburn: Daraiasubāsuto kuronikuruseibāzu?) is a shoot em up video game released as a digital download on November 30, 2015 for the PlayStation 4[1] and PS Vita[2] in North America and December 8 in Europe.[3] The Windows version was released on December 3, 2015 via Steam.[4] The game was released in Japan on January 14, 2016, including a physical PS Vita release.[5][6] On September 17, 2016, Degica announced via e-mail that Taito alumni G.rev would take the place of Pyramid as developers for the game going forward.

Chronological Table[]

Amnelian year 626[]

The Thiima invade the planet Amnelias. The Silver-Hawk fighter is born and the Thiima are defeated. Discovery of the planet Darius.

Darius year 201[]

The Belsar attack Darius. They are repelled, however, Darius becomes a dead planet. Humanity begins immigrating to the planets Orga and Vadis.

Darius year 1642[]

Some of those who immigrated to Vadis begin to return to Darius.

Darius year 1813[]

The Belsar attack the descendents of those who immigrated from Darius to the Solar System. The people of Orga receive a distress signal and the stage a rescue mission.

Darius year 1904[]

The Belsar attack Darius, wich had been revived by those who returned from Vadis. New Silver Hawks equipped with the Burst System launch a counteroffensive.

Darius year 1910[]

Mankind's great counterstrike against the Belsar army begins!

Gameplay[]

AC (Another Chronicle) Mode[]

AC Mode is a direct port of Dariusburst: Another Chronicle EX.

DBCS map complete

Full map view

CS (Chronicle Saviours) Mode[]

CS Mode has 186 Stages.[7] Stages in CS Mode are laid out in a branched map, and they can be distinguished as major or minor stages by the sizes of the hexagons which represent them. Often, stages can be unlocked by completing major missions.

DLC Mode[]

DLC Mode is a fork of CS Mode which can be unlocked by purchasing any of fifteen DLC ships. The DLC ships boast new gameplay mechanics which have been adjusted to fit in with the standard Darius mechanics. In addition, all 9 ships from CS Mode can be used in DLC Mode.

DLC stages are not laid out on a map. Instead, they are organized in several sections which specialize in certain ships or game variations.

Areas[]

Area name Date Rule Mission type Total Zones Preset
Ruminia 06/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Origin
Suba 06/1904 No Powerup Drops Original 4 Origin
Muburu 07/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Origin
Deimbego 07/1904 No Powerup Drops Scramble 4 Second
Raratobba 07/1904 Shot Powerup Drops Original 3 Second
Hotoba 08/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Origin
Gurojin 08/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Second
Rongon 08/1904 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 1 Gaiden
Riamozu 09/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 4 Origin
Aroaka 09/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 12 Second
Ogota 09/1904 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 5 Gaiden
Taurama 09/1904 No Powerup Drops Defender 2 Genesis
Harummito 09/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Second
Rumira 10/1904 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 10 Gaiden
Biruzutaun 10/1094 Defense Powerup Drops Original 5 Second
Bomaroru 10/1904 Defense Powerup Drops Original 2 Gaiden
Uinda 11/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Second
Runsone 11/1904 All Powerup Drops Original 4 Origin
Sutamma 12/1904 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 4 Gaiden
Narataki 01/1905 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Genesis
Katoiwa 01/1905 Defense Powerup Drops Original 5 Gaiden
Riamozu (Warning) 01/1905 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Genesis
Pinea 02/1905 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Murakumo
Bomaroru (Warning) 03/1905 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 3 Gaiden
Boginzu 04/1905 Defense Powerup Drops Original 5 Genesis
Runsone (Warning) 04/1905 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Murakumo
Sutamma (Warning) 5/1905 Bomb Powerup Drops Original 7 Second
Hokuibesu 07/1905 No Powerup Drops Original 1 Second
Isanta 09/1905 No Powerup Drops Defender 2 Origin
Ekunka 12/1905 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Murakumo
Toki 01/1906 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 5 Legend
Chamara 02/1906 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 5 Gaiden
Barai 04/1906 Defense Powerup Drops Original 3 Next
Yorakuchi 05/1906 No Powerup Drops Original 2 Next
Oruriba 06/1906 All Powerup Drops Orginal 6 Legend
Kataru 06/1906 No Powerup Drops Original 3 Legend
Aguranka 07/1906 No Powerup Drops Original 2 Legend
Norenasa 07/1906 All Powerup Drops Original 4 Legend
Bakirea 08/1906 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 3 Next
Amariri 08/1906 No Powerup Drops Original 4 Legend
Autahata 09/1906 Defense Powerup Drops Original 4 Second
Basula 09/1906 All Powerup Drops Defender 2 Legend
Bambachako 10/1906 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Legend
Niyu 10/1906 Defense Powerup Drops Original 4 Murakumo
Shitopo 11/1906 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 4 Gaiden
Rekusu 12/1906 No Powerup Drops Original 4 Legend
Komburira 12/1906 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Origin
Akuiba 01/1907 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Gaiden
Bareran 02/1907 No Powerup Drops Original 1 Legend
Atapika 04/1907 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 5 Legend
Ansanfu 05/1907 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Next
Sadomen 06/1907 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 10 Gaiden
Bankoru 06/1907 No Powerup Drops Original 2 Next
Keru 08/1907 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Next
Rahario 08/1907 All Powerup Drops Original 17 Second
Narapagua 10/1907 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Legend
Akuiba (Warning) 10/1907 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Legend
Bareran (Warning) 12/1907 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 9 Legend
Keru (Warning) 01/1908 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 4 Next
Rainata 07/1908 Bomb Powerup Drops Original 7 Next
Atapika (Warning) 07/1908 No Powerup Drops Original 5 Legend
Ansanfu (Warning) 08/1908 All Powerup Drops Original 7 Next
Sadomen (Warning) 10/1908 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Second
Rahario (Warning) 11/1908 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 10 Gaiden
Toriporopesu 12/1908 No Powerup Drops Original 1 Legend
Raberi 12/1908 All Powerup Drops Scramble 4 Legend
Serumedesu 02/1909 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Genesis
Makasari 10/1909 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Legend
Taruna 11/1909 Attack Powerup Drops Original 8 Second
Saisurun 12/1909 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Murakumo
Sanmo 01/1910 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Assault
Noshina 01/1910 Defense Powerup Drops Original 2 Assault
Sunta 01/1910 No Powerup Drops Original 5 Legend
Kasa 01/1910 Defense Powerup Drops Original 4 Murakumo
Teutsukakun 01/1910 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 1 Legend
Ekino 02/1910 No Powerup Drops Original 6 Origin
Kumisarayano 02/1910 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Assault
Matarikutsu 02/1910 No Powerup Drops Scramble 4 Legend
Ninawa 03/1910 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Assault
Yatekamazu 04/1910 All Powerup Drops Original 4 Assault
Shinujiteno 05/1910 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 5 Assault
Shionsaoka 06/1910 All Powerup Drops Original 3 Legend
Imayashimin 08/1910 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 1 Gaiden
Katofuna 09/1910 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Murakumo
Okakosao 10/1910 Bomb Powerup Drops Original 10 Origin
Kamurameari 12/1910 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Genesis
Chimaunoshi 12/1910 No Powerup Drops Original 7 Assault
Kazakina 01/1911 No Powerup Drops Original 1 Legend
Ochiogu 01/1911 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 5 Gaiden
Kaganawa 02/1911 Attack Powerup Drops Original 4 Second
Eobashio 03/1911 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 10 Legend
Wamika 03/1911 No Powerup Drops Original 4 Next
Rimido 04/1911 Defense Powerup Drops Original 8 Origin
Wamika (Warning) 04/1911 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Assault
Chimaunoshi (Warning) 04/1911 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 7 Gaiden
Kaganawa (Warning) 05/1911 Defense Powerup Drops Original 18 Gaiden
Ochiogu (Warning) 05/1911 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Murakumo
Wani 05/1911 Attack Powerup Drops Original 14 Legend
Banna 05/1911 No Powerup Drops Original 5 Next
Banna (Warning) 06/1911 All Powerup Drops Original 10 Second
Onishi 06/1911 No Powerup Drops Defender 2 Next
Machishio 07/1911 No Powerup Drops Original 3 Second
Kawahiro 07/1911 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 4 Genesis
Ukofu 08/1911 No Powerup Drops Original 5 Legend
Innai 08/1911 All Powerup Drops Original 10 Genesis
Sedain 09/1911 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Next
Wanayaga 09/1911 No Powerup Drops Original 3 Legend
Pantaski 10/1911 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 7 Legend
Koyami 10/1911 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 7 Assault
Dozukun 11/1911 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 4 Next
Houto 12/1911 Defense Powerup Drops Original 5 Murakumo
Kunkako 12/1911 Defense Powerup Drops Original 4 Gaiden
Kuhomu 12/1911 Defense Powerup Drops Original 2 Origin
Kuchishin 01/1912 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Defender 2 Gaiden
Bakyu 02/1912 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Second
Fuabbaro 03/1912 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Legend
Charajohau 03/1912 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Next
Fuizada 03/1912 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Legend
Tohera 04/1912 No Powerup Drops Original 1 Origin
Ruchimoapo 05/1912 Shot Powerup Drops Original 2 Murakumo
Gubbapitsu 06/1912 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 10 Murakumo
Kasamoto 07/1912 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Assault
Ioia 08/1912 No Powerup Drops Original 4 Legend
Rayahima 08/1912 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 7 Gaiden
Kakufuna 09/1912 All Powerup Drops Original 10 Murakumo
Mabaha 10/1912 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Legend
Raharu 10/1912 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Second
Izuma 12/1912 All Powerup Drops Original 4 Next
Tarochiesu 01/1913 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 1 Assault
Torumaia 01/1913 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 4 Gaiden
Barudosuba 02/1913 All Powerup Drops Original 4 Legend
Bado 05/1913 All Powerup Drops Original 10 Murakumo
Morugon 06/1913 No Powerup Drops Original 4 Next
Garaanai 08/1913 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Assault
Kyurashisu 11/1913 All Powerup Drops Original 7 Legend
Toshianseru 02/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Next
Rifuredekku 03/1914 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 17 Gaiden
Nasuriapo 03/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Legend
Rikabu 04/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 3 Legend
Pierusan 04/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Next
Monsoro 05/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Formula
Tonrinto 05/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 10 Murakumo
Damyuba 07/1914 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 4 Gaiden
Ribezu 07/1914 No Powerup Drops Original 3 Formula
Demmuka 08/1914 No Powerup Drops Original 8 Formula
Ranogomu 08/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Legend
Damyuba (Warning) 08/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Assault
Monsoro (Warning) 08/!914 No Powerup Drops Original 8 Formula
Pierusan (Warning) 08/1914 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 10 Gaiden
Nasuriapo (Warning) 09/1914 No Powerup Drops Original 7 Formula
Toshianseru (Warning) 09/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Assault
Junhosura 09/1914 No Powerup Drops Original 4 Formula
Sesubeda 09/1914 No Powerup Drops Original 6 Next
Haruminto 10/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Formula
Anyuku 11/1914 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Genesis
Mapana 12/1914 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Legend
Chihomin 12/1914 Defense Powerup Drops Original 4 Next
Rie 01/1915 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 4 Formula
Tihai 02/1915 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Legend
Itawan 02/1915 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Second
Ratadoin 08/1915 No Powerup Drops Original 1 Next
Beseresu 10/1915 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Origin
Nruso 02/1916 No Powerup Drops Defender 2 Legend
Kantarasu 03/1916 No Powerup Drops Original 8 Legend
Romaria 02/1918 No Powerup Drops Original 8 Murakumo
Baden 04/1918 Defense Powerup Drops Original 5 Next
Satafuen 06/1918 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 6 Assault
Pasoeru 06/1918 Attack Powerup Drops Original 4 Legend
Kususupa 07/1918 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Formula
Pampura 08/1918 No Powerup Drops Original 8 Next
Nikkufuesu 08/1918 Defense Powerup Drops Original 5 Formula
Sotsun 09/1918 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Next
Ambirio 09/1918 No Powerup Drops Defender 2 Legend
Ponkesu 09/1918 Shoot Powerup Drops Original 9 Origin
Dansohen 10/1918 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Murakumo
Sanzeno 10/1918 All Powerup Drops Original 9 Origin
Kudoraon 10/1918 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Assault
Kurantosame 10/1918 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 8 Legend
Isemura 10/1918 All Powerup Drops Original 6 Assault
Ambirio (Warning) 10/1918 No Powerup Drops Defender 2 Next
Ponkesu (warning) 10/1918 No Powerup Drops Original 5 Murakumo
Roruhibozu 12/1918 All Powerup Drops Original 19 Next
Nozurefu 01/1919 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 10 Legend
Yaruhin 01/1919 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 12 Next
Shamugure 02/1919 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 7 Gaiden
Marikyaro 03/1919 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 14 Formula
Ariasuto 03/1919 All Powerup Drops Original 4 Second
Isemura (Warning) 03/1919 All Powerup Drops Original 10 Legend
Sanzesuroru 04/1919 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 3 Gaiden
Tondopora 04/1919 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 10 Formula
Haimuana 05/1919 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 5 Assault
Fuoa 05/1919 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 8 Gaiden
Surisetoa 06/1919 All Powerup Drops Original 7 Legend
Surisetoa (Warning) 07/1919 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 12 Legend
Ribaisado 09/1919 All Powerup Drops Original 5 Genesis
Honeruka 10/1919 No Powerup Drops Original 10 Assault
Ribaisado (Warning) 10/1919 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 11 Murakumo
Honeruka (Warning) 11/1919 All Powerup Drops Original 11 Formula
Obaruni 12/1919 No Powerup Drops Original 6 Origin
Kosubari 12/1919 Attack Powerup Drops Original 9 Next
Haniui 01/1920 No Powerup Drops Original 7 Second
Rushio 06/1920 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 8 Murakumo
Bedon 08/1920 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 1 Legend
Ikaromo 08/1920 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Scramble 4 Legend
Iuma 09/1920 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Defender 2 Formula
Rikai 10/1920 All Powerup Drops Original 8 Formula
Naira 10/1920 All Powerup Drops Original 9 Murakumo
Airuka 12/1920 All Powerup Drops Original 10 Formula
Uikaa 12/1920 All Powerup Drops Original 14 Legend
Noju 12/1920 No Powerup Drops Original 1 Next
Arenjikka 01/1921 All Powerup Drops Original 18 Formula
Suriaha 01/1921 All Powerup Drops Original 12 Legend
Kyokkuho 12/1920 All Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 24 Legend

Pilots and Ships[]

Darius Ships[]

Genesis, Gaiden and Second have the exact same appearance as Origin. Although Gaiden and 2nd are officially red and Genesis and Origin are officially orange, this palette change does not make a visual difference as they change to the player's color. First player is red, second player is blue, third player is green and fourth player is orange.

Murakumo is touted as a mix of Genesis and Next — according to CS Mode — in combining the drones of the former with the Burst Engine of the latter. The ship's four drones can stay to the sides in a formation to fire Laser-type shots, encircle the ship and fire Missile-type shots or follow the ship like the Options in Gradius and fire small Wave-type shots. It is possible to change angle and direction of fire for the Laser and Missile shots, but it requires finesse to pull off and use properly.

DLC Ships[]

All of these ships are relegated to a DLC Mode with their own special level packs complete with original game music and remixes. CS Mode level packs also come with these ships to allow usage of the DLC ships in these levels.

TAITO Pack[]

On January 11, 2016, DegiGames announced on Twitter that DLC would be incoming for three additional player ships to be added to Chronicle Saviours based on the player ships from three of Taito's other games. The new ships are the RVA-818 X-LAY from RayForce, the Inter Gray from Night Striker and the CF-345 Black Fly from Metal Black.

SEGA Pack[]

  • TRY-Z Quasar, player ship from Galaxy Force II
  • Harrier, player character from Space Harrier
  • Opa-Opa, player ship from Fantasy Zone

Around February 18, 2016, more details emerged along with gameplay videos for the aforementioned on the Japanese website for Chronicle Saviours and also revealed the Sega DLC choices in OPA-OPA from Fantasy Zone, the TRY-Z from Galaxy Force II and Harrier, the blaster-wielding player character from Space Harrier.

CAVE Pack[]

On September 17, 2016, Degica announced via e-mail that with the transition of development to G.rev, two more DLC packs consisting of characters and ships from CAVE and 8ing would be incoming. Another e-mail on December 7, 2016 came simultaneous with a DualShockers post detailing the CAVE DLC to be released on December 15. The CAVE pack features Windia and her owl familiar Hoo from Deathsmiles, Delta Sword from DoDonPachi Resurrection and Tiger Schwert with the AH-Y72 from Ketsui, each with a pack of level arrangements. Also included will be CS Pack 3 to provide another ten CS levels in DLC Mode and musical arrangements from composers WASi303, Keishi Yonao, and Yousuke Yasui.

EIGHTING Pack[]

On January 5, 2017, the initial trailer video for the 8ing DLC appeared on DegicaGames' YouTube channel but was and remains unlisted. The video showed off the pack's choices of the Wild Snail from BATTLE GAREGGA, the S.O.Q-004 Swordfish (aka the TO-RYU) from Terra Diver (Soukyuugurentai) and Miyamoto the Samurai Dragon from Sorcer Striker (Mahoudaisakusen) but did not specify the release date. Steam listings and a news update would soon reveal the pack's release date to be January 18 in the West as a pun on EIGHTING (EIGHTEEN). The release includes CS Pack 4 and day following the release of the DLC, an updated trailer video with all relevant logos was uploaded, with links to the DLC's Steam and PSN listings in the description.

CAPCOM Pack[]

On January 25, 2017, the Japanese DARIUSBURST_CS Twitter account broke with news of a new DLC pack for three Capcom properties. The series revealed subsequently were Side Arms Hyper Dyne represented by the Mobilesuit α (Alpha) mech, VARTH: Operation Thunderstorm represented by the Tanikura F7W Saber and finally, Progear no Arashi — oddly enough, a CAVE-developed game that Capcom then published — represented by the Gambler ship. All of these characters were highlighted in a subsequently-posted video on the Chara-Ani Youtube channel with the release date set to be February 16.

General Information[]

When playing missions in AC Chronicle Mode, the stage music, boss music and klaxon "WARNING" will change to those in the Darius series game from which the player-selected or mission-fixed ship hails, plus the specific shot and death sound effects will play. In CS Mode, when using a different ship than the default, the music will not change to match the ship being used. The above-mentioned DLC ships have music and sound effects from their series included in their DLC Mode level packs where applicable.

Note: When playing as a ship equipped with a Burst engine or related special attack, the Burst Meter or similar familiar gauge will be found either under the ship or at the bottom left of the screen depending on mode and player options. Watch that meter carefully as you play.

Levels and Bosses[]

Bosses Exclusive to Chronicle Mode[]

Boss Family Boss Name
Fossil King Fossil
Wheel Mud Wheel
Thorn Wheel
Jaw Disaster Jaw
Heavy Jaw
Assault Jaw
Lightning Lightning Prison
Castle Mirage Castle
Stare Insane Stare
Ruler Savage Ruler
Thousand Thousand Bullets
Gluttons Brute Gluttons
Dark Dark Flame
Great Thing G.T.B
Whip Massive Whip
Blazes Whip
Claw (CS Mode) Force Claw
Solid Claw
Twin Claw
Double Claw
Nightmare (CS Mode) Azure Nightmare
Crimson Nightmare
Dunkleosteus (CS Mode) Gigantic Bite

DARIUSBURST CS CORE + TAITO/SEGA Pack[]

On October 27, 2022, the game was released for the Nintendo Switch, it contains new features compared to previous consoles.

  • 6 New Areas in CS Mode
  • Replay Mode
  • Ghost Score
  • Arcade-style force feedback
  • DLC Mode

Exclusive areas in this version[]

Area name Date Rule Mission type Total Zones Preset
Sunamau 06/1906 No Drops - Burst Autocharge Original 1 Legend

All PS4 Trophies and Steam Achievements[]

Picture Title Description Trophy type
Iron-Fossil
Iron Fossil Defeat Iron Fossil, boss of Zone A etc.
Bronze cup
Mud-Wheel
Mud Wheel Defeat Mud Wheel, boss of Jukunshi (Chronicle Mode) etc.
Bronze cup
Lightning-Flamberge
Lightning Flamberge Defeat Lightning Flamberge, boss of Zone R etc.
Bronze cup
Ancient-Barrage
Ancient Barrage Defeat Ancient Barrage, boss of Zone E etc.
Bronze cup
Hyper-Jaw
Hyper Jaw Defeat Hyper Jaw, boss of Zone C etc.
Bronze cup
Brightly-Stare
Brightly Stare Defeat Brightly Stare, boss of Zone G etc.
Bronze cup
Mirage-Castle
Mirage Castle Defeat Mirage Castle, boss of Jukunshi (Chronicle Mode) etc.
Bronze cup
Massive-Whip
Massive Whip Defeat Massive Whip, boss of Yabushi (Chronicle Mode) etc.
Bronze cup
Violent-Ruler
Violent Ruler Defeat Violent Ruler, boss of Zone H etc.
Bronze cup
Hungry-Gluttons
Hungry Gluttons Defeat Hungry Gluttons, boss of Zone J etc.
Bronze cup
Thousand-Knives
Thousand Knives Defeat Thousand Knives, boss of Zone I etc.
Bronze cup
Dark-Helios
Dark Helios Defeat Dark Helios, boss of Zone K etc.
Bronze cup
Great-Thing
Great Thing Defeat Great Thing, boss of Zone L etc.
Bronze cup
Solid-Claw
Solid Claw Defeat Solid Claw.
Bronze cup
Azure-Nightmare
Azure Nightmare Defeat Azure Nightmare.
Bronze cup
Gigantic-Bite
Gigantic Bite Defeat Gigantic Bite.
Bronze cup
Original Mode Complete
Original Mode Complete! Complete original mode.
Bronze cup
EX Mode Complete
EX Mode Complete! Complete Original EX Mode.
Bronze cup
Captain-Neo
Captain Neo Complete the QUZ route in Original EX mode without dying.
Silver cup
All Nothing
All Nothing Defeat all bosses and their variants.
Silver cup
Planet Saviours
Planet Saviours Watch the ending in CS Mode.
Silver cup
Piece Destroyer
Piece Destroyer Defeat a Castle type boss after destroying all of its parts.
Silver cup
Bravest-Pilot
Bravest Pilot Defeat GTB by making it self-destruct.
Silver cup
Proco-trophy
Proco Score more than 250,000,000 points on any mode.
Silver cup
Absolute Defender
Absolute Defender Complete a Defender rule stage on CS Mode with your gauge at 100%.
Silver cup
Rushing into Next Zone
Rushing into Next Zone Complete a Scramble rule stage on CS Mode with a time under 4 minutes.
Silver cup
Bird of Legend
Bird of Legend Complete the QUZ route in Original EX mode without taking damage.
Golden cup
Eye of the Hawk
Eye of the Hawk Defeat all bosses and their variants using Burst Counters.
Golden cup
Perfect Saviour
Perfect Saviour Complete all areas in CS Mode.
Golden cup
Silver Hawk Collector
Silverhawk Collector Purchase all ships in CS Mode.
Golden cup
Tiat-trophy
Tiat Score more than 350,000,000 points in any mode.
Golden cup
Chronicle Saviours
Chronicle Saviours Earn all Trophies in DARIUSBURST Chronicle Saviours. Great work!
Platinum cup

Trivia[]

The battleship depicted on the game's cover is most likely Gigantic Bite; the head of the battleship is similar to Gigantic Bite's head, and the double-barrel cannon that Gigantic Bite uses also appears on the cover battleship, not to mention other similarities such as colour palette.

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