Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser - DREAMCAST
GO! GO! VULKAISER!
Supercharged Robot VULKAISER is a 70s giant robot anime-inspired side-scrolling shooter from the creators of SATAZIUS and GIGANTIC ARMY!
In 1977, the good people of Earth face their gravest ever threat… The Gogoh Army has arrived from the outer reaches of space to invade the Earth! The Gogoh Army expect conquering the Earth will be an easy task. Little do they know that the Earth is prepared to resist, thanks to the Super Electric Research Center and the pinnacle of human scientific achievement: the giant combat robot known as Supercharged Robot VULKAISER!
6 stages of 70s giant robot anime-inspired side-scrolling metal fusion shooting game!
COMBINE with the VulFighter craft and harness the power of Rocket KAISER, Needle KAISER, Thunder KAISER, and Drill KAISER!
4 difficulty levels to cater to Earth defense newbies and veteran heroes!
- 6 stages of 70s giant robot anime-inspired side-scrolling metal fusion shooting game!
- COMBINE with the VulFighter craft and harness the power of Rocket KAISER, Needle KAISER, Thunder KAISER, and Drill KAISER!
- 4 difficulty levels to cater to Earth defense newbies and veteran heroes!
- Supports HDMI & VGA Cables
- REGION FREE
- PLATEFORM: Dreamcast US-JAP
- FORMAT: FREE REGION
- RELEASE: Q4 2021
- EDITOR: JoshProd, PixelHeart
- STUDIO: Astro Port
- TYPE: Shoot 'em up
- EAN: 0789993810284
- GAME LANGUAGES: EN, JP
- MANUAL LANGUAGE: US, JP
- PACKAGING: US/JAP Version
Pixel Heart Dreamcast Series games are produced with the leading standard of the industry. Using media production factories, high quality packaging and professional printers to create products just like they were released in 1999! While these games are not licensed or endorsed by Sega they are Licensed by the software rights holder and manufatured on to media for consumer production and not indie homebrews.
This is a produced on MIL-CD, while the majority of Dreamcast consoles are compatible with MIL based media some of the units in the very last productions are unable to read the media. This can be indentified by reading production date information system label on the underside of the console. Units with a production date on or after November 2000 may not be compatible with this product