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R-Type

R-Type (SMS) game cover art
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
??/??/1988
EU
??/??/1988
JP
10/01/1988

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Staff Reviews

R-Type review

Reviewed January 12, 2004

Marc Golding says: "R-Type is a classic. The arcade game was a diabolical quarter muncher featuring detailed alien and mechanical enemy hybrids the likes of which nobody had seen before. The general consensus among shooter fans seems to be that R-Type's first level boss is the coolest looking boss in a shooter. But the question was, could Irem get this home? The answer is a resounding yes."
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