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Pulstar (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NeoGeo
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Horizontal
Developer: AICOM Corporation
More Platforms: NeoGeo CD


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Pulstar review

Reviewed December 14, 2003

Marc Golding says: "The legend goes this way: a handful of surly IREM expatriates fled the unimaginative rut they were in to explore greener pastures. They were unhappy with the way R-Type II turned out - it was simply more of the same. They wanted to up the ante, and create their vision of a true follow up to the perennial quarter-muncher. A sort of Super R-Type, to borrow a name. That game is Pulstar."
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