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RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection and Ray’z Arcade Chronology Announced for Western Release

Publisher ININ Games, in partnership with TAITO, have announced that they will release RayStorm HD Collection x RayCrisis onto Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 digitally and physically in 2023 as well as Ray’z Arcade Chronology digitally in 2023.

The RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection will bring classic arcade shoot-em-ups to modern platforms. First introduced in February 1994, with the release of RayForce for the TAITO F3 arcade, the series quickly became one of the most popular arcade games of its time. Also known as Gunlock or Galactic Attack outside of Japan, it was followed by two sequels with RayStorm and RayCrisis, both featuring polygon-based 3D graphics instead of sprite-based ones.

RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection (available as boxed edition and for digital download)
SRP: £39.99 EUR

  • RayStorm 
  • RayStorm NEO HD 
  • RayCrisis 
  • RayCrisis HD 

In addition ININ Games also confirmed Ray’z Arcade Chronology which includes all of the aforementioned titles as well as a RayForce.

Ray’z Arcade Chronology (available for digital download)
SRP: 49.99 EUR

  • RayForce 
  • RayStorm 
  • RayStorm NEO HD 
  • RayCrisis 
  • RayCrisis HD

ININ Games have also partnered with Strictly Limited Games to produce a exclusive Limited and Collector’s Edition for Ray’z Arcade Chronology containing several physical collectibles. These editions will also include the previously unreleased prototype “R-Gear”, the original planned successor of RayForce! Pre-orders for these exclusive editions are already live and only at strictlylimitedgames.com 

RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection and Ray’z Arcade Chronology are expected to be released onto the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in 2023.

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