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consists of 9 releases.
Released July 1988
Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 30: Galaxy Force II - Special Extended Edition is a Rail Shooting game, developed by M2 and published by Sega
Soul Star is a Sega CD shooter. An upgraded Sega 32X version, known as Soul Star X was once in development but was never released.
As the leader of an elite squad of anthropomorphic animal pilots, fly throughout the Lylat star system in the prototype Arwing spacecraft to prevent the galactic conquest of a mad scientist in this 3D shooter for the SNES (with real-time polygonal graphics powered by the new Super FX chip).
G-LOC: Air Battle is an air combat arcade shooter by Sega.
Super Thunder Blade is a shooter casting the player as a helicopter pilot tasked with, almost, single-handedly defeating an enemy army. Super Thunder Blade was one of the two original Japanese launch titles for the Mega Drive. The other was Space Harrier II.
Galaxy Force is a space-themed arcade game from Sega that used their super-scaler technology to create the illusion of 3D depth. Various home system versions were produced, but none could properly recreate the cutting edge effects.
A helicopter shoot-'em-up developed by Sega. The Arcade version made use of Sega's 3D super scaler technology to create city environments where the buildings would appear to have depth. The subsequent home versions sadly lacked this feature.
After Burner is a classic Arcade shooter, designed by SEGA game creator legend Yu Suzuki. It was released first in the Japanese arcades in 1987.
Play as a flying dude holding a large cannon as he takes on giant mechs, flying mushrooms, and fire-breathing dragon skeletons.
Originally released as Zoom 909 in Japan, the Buck Rogers: Planet of Zoom arcade game is a forward-scrolling, pseudo-3D, third-person rail shooter, released by Sega in 1982.
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