Replace [Tue 5th Jul, 2022 15:30 BST]: Taito has introduced a Japanese launch date for Ray’z Arcade Chronology — ninth March 2023 (thanks, Gematsu).
It’s going to value 7,480 yen, though there is a fancy particular version model with a Blu-ray, a two-disc CD set, a guidebook, and different printed goodies that may set you again 18,480 yen.
Whereas Taito hasn’t delivered any information on an abroad launch simply but, anybody who pre-orders the sport by way of Amazon Japan on Prime Day (Twelfth-Thirteenth July) will get a code for R-GEAR, a beforehand unreleased sequel to Rayforce that was cancelled and changed with Raystorm. Fairly the catnip for shooter followers!
We’ll maintain you up to date as and when an announcement is made for the West.
Unique Story [Tue 28th Jun, 2022 04:45 BST]: Taito Company and the retro specialists at M2 have introduced they will be bringing Ray’z Arcade Chronology to the Nintendo Change and PlayStation 4 subsequent 12 months in Japan. There is no phrase on a western launch for the time being.
The Change already has an incredible choice of shmup video games to pick from, and this new assortment will bolster it with a complete of 5 video games. It is a mixture of the unique releases together with some remasters as effectively.
This is what you’ll be able to anticipate on this Chronology (by way of Gematsu):
RayStorm NEO-HD (2023) – A remaster of the arcade model of RayStorm. RayStorm HD launched in 2010 with extra components and a 16:9 side ratio, however RayStorm NEO-HD consists of the identical content material because the arcade model and retains a 4:3 side ratio.
RayCrisis HD (2023) – A remaster of RayCrisis.
Developer M2 has beforehand labored on all types of retro collections all through the Change’s life and has even assisted in bringing some traditional video games throughout to Nintendo’s On-line digital libraries.
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