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Posted on Aug 7th 2008 at 03:41:39 PM by (OatBob)
Posted under Modern Gaming, shmups, Raiden, Xbox 360, XBLA, MOSS

Developer MOSS has announced (again?) that the arcade hit, Raiden IV, will be arriving on the Xbox 360 this fall.  It is slated for a September 11 release and should be supercharged with two extra levels.  DLC offerings will take the Ace Combat 6 route where you can buy more ships with different weapon selections and capabilities.  A much anticipated feature is the ability to save and share replays of successful runs.  Additional bells and whistles include the ability to play in TATE mode (sideways), world rankings, and stunning 3D backgrounds made possible by this next-gen system.  Also, a soundtrack CD will be bundled with the game for a limited time.  The 360 soundtrack will include all the original arcade music plus extras and some remixes.

While there is no official announcement of a worldwide release, the developers have mentioned their intent to bring the title overseas.


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