Psikyo Collection Vol. 3 (English + Physical + Limited Edition) Pre-order Now!
Nintendo™ Switch – ASIA
- Psikyo Collection Vol. 3 (Multi-Language) Standard & Limited Edition are now open for pre-orders.
- The collection is scheduled to launch on May 30, 2019.
- No physical western release will be made.
Are you done playing the eight classic titles and arcade-style scrolling shooters in Psikyo Collection Vol. 1 & 2? If you are, your retro-classic souls should better get ready for another four arcade shooters of Psikyo that are coming your way this Summer to the Nintendo Switch!
And yes, it is indeed none other than, Psikyo Collection Vol. 3! Just like the previous collections, it is an Asia physical edition for the Nintendo Switch with ENGLISH LANGUAGE SUPPORT.
Pskiyo Vol. 3 will not only include the English language as this version is a
Yes, you read it, right folks. This version will be available in the following languages:
- Traditional Chinese
- Simplified Chinese
WHAT ARE THE GAMES INCLUDED?
For this collection, you will be given the chance to play all the four games that are listed below in one physical package. Check them all out.
- Strikers 1945 III
- Sengoku Cannon
- Zero Gunner2
THE GOOD NEWS?
Pskiyo Collection Vol. 3 Standard & Limited Edition are now available for pre-order here at Playasia.
The standard edition of the game will be priced at $34.99 USD, while the Limited Edition can be bought at $84.99 USD. Both editions are scheduled to release on the 30th of May this year in Southeast Asia. As of the moment, the publisher, H2 Interactive, has no word for a physical release in the West yet. Nevertheless, importing is not a bad option, folks!
The Limited Edition of the game will come with the following items:
- Switch Game: Psikyo Collection Vol. 3
- Koyori Mouse Pad
- Another Cover
- Limited Box (Another presentation box)
- Sengoku Series Artbook
Want to know more about the four arcade titles that are included in this collection? Here are some overviews below.
Strikers 1945 III
A revolution broke out in shooting games in 1995. The Japanese brand “Psikyo” introduced a new enemy’s attack, “Spread bullets” not seen before then, and the history of a new shooting game began.
Originally released by Psikyo in 1999 for arcades, Strikers 1945 III is a sequel to the Strikers 1945 II. It is a vertical-scrolling shoot ’em up game, designed for every arcade classic fan, who enjoys shooting game. Spread the bullets and revive the classic!
Two years have passed since the settling of the soul hunting incident in which human souls were transplanted into mechanical bodies. As people were gradually recovering from the pain sustained, a new incident took place. One day, the puppet soldiers who should have disappeared, the fortress suddenly appears again. In order to unravel the truth behind the whole incident, a group of people took upon themselves to embrace the Hisouseki…
Gunbarich is a 2001 arcade title which was released for the Nintendo Switch last 2017 via the Nintendo eShop. Your ultimate goal in this game is to remove all the colorful blocks that you see on your screen to move on to the next stage. More so, each new stage provides a different arrangement of blocks for you to destroy. The game features seven worlds for you to work through that is consists of three levels.
Although you are repeatedly clearing blocks for the entire game, each world has a unique set of features and enemies for you to overcome. In fact, the third level of each world features the boss fight.
Enjoy the good music and vibrant visual design of Gunbarich that adds up to the overall appeal of the game. Defeat various enemies, and overcome multiple hazards as you destroy all those colorful blocks.
Zero Gunner 2
“Let’s blast off every enemy’s planes from various sides of your screen. Fans who have enjoyed Psikyo Shooting will definitely enjoy this new Zero Gunner 2-”
Zero Gunner 2 is originally developed for the Dreamcast in 2001 as a sequel to Zero Gunner. In 2018, developer Zerodiv suddenly came into action to produce a new version for the game called, “Zero Gunner 2-.” Zerodiv had to rebuild the entire game from the ground up, due to the original data being lost, and out of respect for the original game and purists.
In this game, players can choose among the three helicopters, each with its own firing pattern and fight approaching waves of enemies through the seven unique stages, each with a boss battle at the end. Take note, each boss can be seen in various forms at the beginning such as a train, boat, airplane, or submarine, but after players deal enough damage to it, it will turn into a monstrous robot.
In order for the players to survive the level and continue to the next stage, the robot must be destroyed first. Are you ready to blast off every enemy’s planes?
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