Published On: Thu, Apr 11th, 2019

One Of Retro Gaming’s Most Collectable Shmups Is Getting A Cheap Reprint

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If you’re informed with collecting singular Japanese retro games, afterwards a name Advanced Busterhawk Gley Lancer will no doubt ring a bell. Released exclusively in Japan in 1992, this horizontally-scrolling shooter from Masaya hardly caused a sputter in a west during a time of recover – partly since it was never published in a US or in Europe – though it fast gained an enviable repute a few years later, with a nonesuch and altogether peculiarity fast causing a batch to arise as word-of-mouth widespread around a internet.

These days, Gley Lancer frequently changes hands for triple-digit sums, and while there are some-more costly Mega Drive games, it’s one of a climax wealth of any Sega fan’s collection. Thankfully, Japanese publisher Columbus Circle (under looseness from Extreme, that owns Masaya’s IP) is about to give players a shot during owning this pretension but carrying to sell a kidney. The association will re-release Gley Lancer in June, with a cost of 5,980 yen (£41 / $53).


As we can see, a new recover will benefit a uninformed cover design, and will work on a strange Mega Drive (obviously) as good as some-more new hardware clones. Will we be grouping this? Let us know with a comment.

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