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R-Type DX

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Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/??/1999
EU
07/20/1999
JP
11/22/1999
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Staff Reviews

R-Type DX review

Reviewed November 28, 2003

Marc Golding says: "Irem managed to shrink down almost everything and present their flagship's first two strikes intact. It's amazing to hear the music so true to the arcade, to feel that the control is as tight as it is in its console big brothers, and to see that everything is so well represented graphically to boot. Whoever made the decisions on what details to forego, and what to retain, earned their salary. The well outlined characters and backgrounds makes things easy to see on the small screen. "
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