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Thread: Raiden V (XBO, 2/25/16)

  1. Raiden V (XBO, 2/25/16)

    Didn't see a thread for this game anywhere.

    It's got a Japanese date now! 2/25/16. Currently Xbox One only.

    Last edited by Tain; 30 Nov 2015 at 08:29 PM.

  2. Awesome, can't wait to play it.

  3. #3
    That HUD seems a little excessive.

  4. Digital only, sixty U.S. dollars.

  5. Curious to see it in motion, those shots are blocky as hell for a 2016 release.

  6. #6
    Raiden II is still the best looking game in the series. There's something comforting in that.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Some Stupid Japanese Name View Post
    Digital only, sixty U.S. dollars.
    It's getting a retail release in Japan.

  8. More info

    For the first time in the series, Raiden V has Darius-type branching paths which should make for 30 stages or more. Akira Sato is out, but Yoshimi Kudo from Basiscape is doing the BGM. Character design is by Tsukasa Kotobuki (Battle Arena Toshinden & Gundam THE ORIGIN). Selectable ships are from different real-world countries like Japan's Azuma, America's Spirit of Dragon, etc.

    A "CHEER" system lets you "Cheer" someone who is playing and boost their gauge for a special attack. Errr... I don't know what to think about this feature. Sounds a bit meh.

    In Japan it's 7400 yen for retail, or 6800 for the downloadable one. First print of the retail version includes a soundtrack CD.

    Moss' main site is now updated.

    Hopefully this finds its way to Steam someday like certain other XBO games.
    Last edited by gameoverDude; 14 Dec 2015 at 01:50 AM.

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  9. Yes please.

  10. Sold
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