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Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1 (Multi-Language)

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Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1 (Multi-Language)
Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1 (Multi-Language)
Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1 (Multi-Language)
Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1 (Multi-Language)
Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1 (Multi-Language)
Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1 (Multi-Language)
Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1 (Multi-Language)

Product Features

  • Psikyo Shooting Library Vol. 1, squeezing six currently available eShop titles into one juicy bundle!
  • Support Japanese and English language to Strikers 1945, Strikers 1945 II, Sol Divide, Dragon Blaze and Zero Gunner 2 and Strikers 1999
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Item Description

Strikers 1945
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.

Strikers 1945 II
If you went to a video arcade, you might know a certain name…. The name is "Psikyo."

The Psikyo made an awful disaster that called "Psikyo Bullets."

Many players felt indignation about speedy bullets from enemies and they cried at the end….

However, they were attracted to the magical power of "Psikyo Bullets" before they know. Psikyo’s games were named "Psikyo Shooting" by big fans and Psikyo Shooting is divided as a different game genre or not.

"STRIKERS 1945 II" ... This is also one of the famous works of "PSIKYO Shooting."

Psikyo is the best choice when you really want to enjoy shooting game!

Strikers 1999
Relive the ultra-difficult "Psikyo" Shoot 'em up experience! Make use of your fighter's weapons and make your way through a chaotic dogfight!!

A shoot 'em up game released by Psikyo in 1999. Make use of Shots, Super Shots, and Support Attacks to make your way through a chaotic dogfight!

Historical piston fighters, such as the P-38 Lightning, are ready to rumble!!

A state of the art arcade shoot 'em up from the masters of the genre, Psikyo.

Players can change various game settings such as game difficulty, and also reproduce the atmosphere of arcade display settings at that time. Players can also compete against each other from all over the world with their high scores.

Sol Divide
Vorg heard a rumor that the army of Satan was searching for treasures called Seirei stones which led him to think that the time for revenge has come. In addition, he also knows that one of the Seirei stones was entrusted secretly to King Silverna from Vorg's homeland, the Kingdom of Miltia.

Vorg, who was a holy knight in Miltia, was in the forest town of Neraphai working for a mission when the king of Satan, Ifter, invaded the Kingdom of Miltia with Dhatilos armies.

Upon hearing the news, Vorg immediately returned to Miltia, but the kingdom has been destroyed.

After 7 years, a dark shadow went into the royal room inside the Silverna castle. That dark shadow was Satan, Ifter.

Vorg heads to Silverna castle with his Helos. Satan owns the Sol Divide which is the pair of heilos.

The tale of magic, sword, and vengeance starts now!!

Dragon Blaze
Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, Moon, and Sun. These four magic stones and the gods of the moon and sun brought prosperity in Megalith. Because of that, the people lived a peaceful and prosperous life.

However, their peaceful life ended when Nebiros and his armies appeared.

A long time ago, during the war of the gods when the world was created, Nebiros was defeated by the gods of the sun and moon. He was locked up by the 4 magic stones but was freed by summoning a country which aims to achieve victory in the war using him.

Nebirus, as an act of revenge, controlled the mind of the god of the moon using his dark power. The god of the universe transformed people's form and spirit into hideous ones and made them as his armies. And the entire Megalith fell into the abyss of destruction and chaos.

Nebirus' army has started to move towards the god of the sun. The god of the sun, who was threatened by Nebirus' move, entrusted the weapons of the gods to 4 dragon knights and ordered them to overthrow Nebirus.

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 Zero Gunner 2.
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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes: 38

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Another great collection
I bought this along with the other collection because these games are just too good to pass up, I highly recommend this collection.
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Must own
This collection of old school smups is exactly the type of collection people should buy, it had 6 arcade games and they are all fun.
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One disc full of SHMUPS
If you aren't keen on downloading ROMS, this collection is a godsend! You get the Sengoku games along with Gunbird and even a puzzle game as well! Well worth the purchase!
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Nice small collection
After updating half of the games individually, I'd say they all play and sound perfectly fine, and most of them are pretty entertaining. The lack of save states is a bit odd, and Gunbird as well as Sengoku Blade don't contain the art gallery found in their Sega Saturn ports, which is a shame. Other than that, this collection isn't half-bad.
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Great 90s nostalgia!
Another great package from psikyo, shooting library volume 2 contains another 6 90s classic games. I especially love Gunbird 1 & 2. Great value for money (at time of writing).
Cons: Could have had a little more than than basic UI for each game,
Pros: 5 Great shooting games (not sure why they included Gunbarich though?)
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