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Blazing Lazers, known as Gunhed in Japan, is a vertically scrolling shooter by Hudson Soft and Compile. It was released in Japan and North America in 1989 for the NEC PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16). It is based on the Japanese film Gunhed, and the references to the film were removed for the North American release. In the game, a fictional galaxy is under attack by an enemy space armada called the Dark Squadron, and this galaxy's only chance for survival is the Gunhed Advanced Star Fighter, who must destroy the Dark Squadron and its Super Weapons. The gameplay features fast vertical scrolling and a wide array of weapons for the player to use.

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  • Blazing Lazers, known as Gunhed in Japan, is a vertically scrolling shooter by Hudson Soft and Compile. It was released in Japan and North America in 1989 for the NEC PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16). It is based on the Japanese film Gunhed, and the references to the film were removed for the North American release. In the game, a fictional galaxy is under attack by an enemy space armada called the Dark Squadron, and this galaxy's only chance for survival is the Gunhed Advanced Star Fighter, who must destroy the Dark Squadron and its Super Weapons. The gameplay features fast vertical scrolling and a wide array of weapons for the player to use.
  • Blazing Lazers is a vertically scrolling shooter by Hudson Soft and Compile. It is a reskin of Gunhed, a video game based on the Japanese film of the same name. The title was released in Japan and North America in 1989 for the PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16). In the game, a fictional galaxy is under attack by an enemy space armada called the Dark Squadron, and this galaxy's only chance for survival is the Gunhed Advanced Star Fighter, who must destroy the Dark Squadron and its Super Weapons. The gameplay features fast vertical scrolling and a wide array of weapons for the player to use.
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  • Blazing Lazers, known as Gunhed in Japan, is a vertically scrolling shooter by Hudson Soft and Compile. It was released in Japan and North America in 1989 for the NEC PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16). It is based on the Japanese film Gunhed, and the references to the film were removed for the North American release. In the game, a fictional galaxy is under attack by an enemy space armada called the Dark Squadron, and this galaxy's only chance for survival is the Gunhed Advanced Star Fighter, who must destroy the Dark Squadron and its Super Weapons. The gameplay features fast vertical scrolling and a wide array of weapons for the player to use. Blazing Lazers was produced by the same personnel who developed other video game series such as Puyo Puyo and Super Bomberman as well as other games such as Zanac, The Guardian Legend, and DoReMi Fantasy: Milon's DokiDoki Adventure. It was one of the first games released for the TurboGrafx-16 and has received critical praise for its graphical capabilities, lack of slowdown, intense gameplay, and sound. The game has been released on the Wii's Virtual Console service in North America, Europe and Australia in 2007, and in Japan the following year. It was later released in Japan on the PlayStation Network in 2010, and on the Wii U's Virtual Console in 2014.
  • Blazing Lazers is a vertically scrolling shooter by Hudson Soft and Compile. It is a reskin of Gunhed, a video game based on the Japanese film of the same name. The title was released in Japan and North America in 1989 for the PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16). In the game, a fictional galaxy is under attack by an enemy space armada called the Dark Squadron, and this galaxy's only chance for survival is the Gunhed Advanced Star Fighter, who must destroy the Dark Squadron and its Super Weapons. The gameplay features fast vertical scrolling and a wide array of weapons for the player to use. Blazing Lazers was produced by the same personnel who developed other video game series such as Puyo Puyo and Super Bomberman as well as other games such as Zanac, The Guardian Legend, and DoReMi Fantasy: Milon's DokiDoki Adventure. It was one of the first games released for the TurboGrafx-16 and has received critical praise for its graphical capabilities, lack of slowdown, intense gameplay, and sound. The Blazing Lazers version of the game has been released on the Wii's Virtual Console service in North America, Europe and Australia in 2007, and in Japan the following year. This same version was later released in Japan on the PlayStation Network in 2010, and on the Wii U's Virtual Console in 2014.
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