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Ray’z Arcade Chronology (Multi-Language)

Compatible with Nintendo™ Switch (SW)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
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Ray’z Arcade Chronology (Multi-Language)
Ray’z Arcade Chronology (Multi-Language)
Ray’z Arcade Chronology (Multi-Language)
Ray’z Arcade Chronology (Multi-Language)
Ray’z Arcade Chronology (Multi-Language)


Introducing the Rayz Arcade Chronology, a must-have multi-language video game for gamers and collectors! This immersive title takes players on a journey through the rich history of arcade games in Japan, featuring a wide variety of classic gameplay experiences that span multiple eras.With its stunning pixel art graphics, pulse-pounding soundtrack, and intuitive gameplay mechanics, the Rayz Arcade Chronology delivers an authentic arcade experience that will transport players back to the golden age of gaming.

In addition to its engaging gameplay, the Rayz Arcade Chronology also boasts a comprehensive range of language options, including English, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese. This makes it an ideal choice for gamers around the world who are looking to explore the rich history of Japanese arcade games.

Ray’z Arcade Chronology includes:

- RayForce (1994)
- RayStorm (1996)
- RayStorm NEO-HD (2023) - A remaster of the arcade version of RayStorm.
- RayCrisis (1998)
- RayCrisis HD (2023) - A remaster of RayCrisis.


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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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