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    Sorcer Striker

    Game » consists of 4 releases. Released 1993

    A fantasy-themed vertically-scrolling shoot-'em-up game, released in arcades in 1993.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Sorcer Striker last edited by reverendhunt on 05/09/19 08:08AM View full history


    Mahou Daisakusen is a fairly standard arcade-style shoot-'em-up game for the time in which it was released. Featuring fast bullets, simple gameplay, and an interesting setting, it provides a straightforward and enjoyable shooter experience. All four playable characters went on to become mainstays in Raizing shooters, making an appearance in future Mahou Daisakusen titles, as well as crossing over into other titles such as Battle Garegga and Armed Police Batrider.

    The game was released in some territories outside of Japan as "Sorcer Striker."


    The game is set in a fantasy world filled with magic and magic-fueled machinery. A peaceful kingdom is under assault by the encroaching Gobligan Empire, led by a mysterious human leader known only as the Gobligan King. As the kingdom finds itself unable to drive off the Gobligan Empire's advances, King Codwenna announces a huge bounty for the Gobligan King's head. Four heroes answer the call, and set out to defeat the Gobligan King and restore peace to the kingdom.


    Gain, the Warrior

    A master of swords and physical combat, Gain wanders the land with his pet monkey Shain in search of the ultimate weapon. Attracted by the large bounty offered for the Gobligan King, Gain takes up arms in his ship, the Valhallyzer, against the Gobligan Empire. His signature weapon is the Buster Sword.

    Chitta, the Magician

    Despite her appearance as a youthful girl, Chitta is a formidable magic user and the granddaughter of a legendary hero. Bored of the quiet life of her village, she sneaks away in her grandfather's magical ship, the Gun Dalf, to seek adventure. Her signature attacks are the Thunder Beam and Ice Cube.

    Miyamoto, the Samurai Dragon

    Well-mannered and wise, Miyamoto the samurai dragon seeks revenge against Tsumujimaru, one of his former disciples. Tsumujimaru turned his back on Miyamoto's teachings and murdered Miyamoto's own Master, then fled into the Gobligan Empire. Miyamoto does not use a magical ship, but rather flies with his own two wings, and attacks via shuriken, ninjutsu stones, and other secret techniques.

    Bornnam, the Necromancer

    Detested and shunned by society, Bornnam lives in seclusion, practicing the black arts of necromancy and gleefully collecting bones. He decides to fight against the Gobligan Empire as a chance to test his power. Via the power of the divine dragon skull that rests on his head, he is able to transform into the Golgodian, a "ship" form that enables him to fly in the air and absorb the ambient mana from the sky in order to cast his spells. His favorite attacks are the Skull Napalm and Search Ghost.


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