RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection

Compatible with PlayStation 4™ (PS4™)
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RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection
RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection
RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection
RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection
RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection
RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection

Product Features

  • Breath-taking graphics and vistas in 3D polygons, supported by a striking art style
  • The very best music shooting games have to offer, composed by Taito’s legendary sound team ZUNTATA
  • Outstanding gameplay focusing on the lock-on laser and challenging bosses

Item Description

TAITO's outstanding Top-Down retro Shoot em up Collection

Two of the most respected vertical shoot‘em ups TAITO has ever released are coming to the West for a special HD collection.

Play again the sequel and prequel ofRayForce–RayStormandRayCrisis– both featuring polygon-based 3D graphics instead of sprite-based ones, and their respective HD versions, to relive the excitement of epic battles of outer and cyberspace!

Set in a cyberspace environment, RayCrisis marked a style departure from the rest of the series. Prequel to RayForce details the events during the time in which the supercomputer called Con-Human gained sentience and rebelled against its human creator. While the Earth is demolished to be remade as Con-Human’s new corporeal form, a cyberspace hacker launches a desperate assault to jack into the supercomputer’s virtual core and cease its insanity. It is up to you and the Waveriders to keep the malicious AI from causing any more chaos – even if it could be too late, the least you can do is ensure that no more lives are lost in the real world by ending it in the digital realm.

Set in a parallel universe, in RayStorm the Earth and humanity have prospered enough to expand space colonies all the way into Orion. Unfortunately, the rebellious colony of Secilia overthrows the government of the Earth-based Star Federation and plans to obliterate the earth and all the people on it. To counter it, Earth sends out a covertly-developed fighter codenamed the R-Gray (that’s you buddy) in hopes of penetrating the Secilian atmosphere and obliterating Secilia’s base of operations, the Juda Central Core.


Customer reviews

Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes: 6

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It's R.A.C. in English on cart!
Pity be those 3,000 people still waiting nearly two years for the regular SLG release of Ray'z to even enter production, all for R-Gear. If you're like me and don't give a crap about some single-stage prototype, grab this Asian edition here while it's in stock and reasonably priced. Not only is it in English, but the game was never patched, so you get the final full release on cart. Great stuff for the shelf!
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Great Port by TAITO x M2
100% accurate and no inputlag as usual.
BUT: TAITO was greedy at this one and THERE IS NO REMIX MUSIC INSIDE!!! But were made a lot of remixes in the last years.
A lil bit expensive therefore.
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History Arcade Games
Classic arcade games are the beautiful memory to us.
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RayZ Arcade
O jogo é muito bom e apesar de asiático veio todo em inglês, capa, mídia e jogo. Recomendo muito.
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A bit overpriced, but still pretty good
It has all the basic things you need in a small collection like this (save states, screen filters, achievements, online leaderboards, customizable controls, etc.). The arranged music is quite enjoyable, and the game info on the sides of the screen during normal play is a nice touch. The biggest problem aside from the price is that RayStorm and RayCrisis have some nasty slowdown when too much is being rendered at once, even in the HD remasters, which is a shame. Other than that, all three games play very well across the board. Not bad at all.
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