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RayStorm

RayStorm (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Scrolling Shooter
Developer: Taito Corporation

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/??/1997
EU
09/??/1997
JP
01/10/1997
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Staff Reviews

RayStorm review

Reviewed January 14, 2004

Marc Golding says: "Your R-GRAY fighter must fly through 7 levels of mayhem, while you cross your fingers the whole way through. If you’ve heard otherwise, disregard the misinformation. This game is hard, bordering on the impossible in sections. Perhaps that is a failing resultant from the game’s arcade roots—it plays like a quarter muncher, often giving you no chance to get out of a given situation intact. "
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