Irem Collection Volume 1 Collector's Edition ships from Strictly Limited
Vertically scrolling shooter Image Fight arrived in arcades in 1988, following up on the publisher's success with R-Type. The Irem Collection includes the arcade original, along with NES and PC Engine ports. Music for the science fiction title was scored by recent Irem hire Masahiko Ishida, credited as OH!G.I. Alfa Records published the soundtrack on compact disc the following year.
X Multiply debuted in arcades in 1989, placing players in the cockpit of the microscopic fighter X-002, injected into an infected human body. Image Fight II: Operation Deepstriker arrived on the TurboGrafx CD console in 1992, exclusivey in Japan. Music for the game is by Takushi Hiyamuta and Hiroshi Kimura.
ININ Games will publish the digital edition ] of Irem Collection Volume 1 in collaboration with Tozai Games for PS4 and PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.
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Image Fight, released in 1988, was the first game in the series and set the standard for the rest of the franchise. The game was known for its challenging gameplay and impressive graphics, which were considered cutting-edge for their time. Players take on the role of a pilot fighting against a group of alien invaders and have to navigate through a series of increasingly difficult levels.Strictly Limited - irem Collection Vol. 1 Collector's Edition
Image Fight 2, released in 1992, expanded on the gameplay of the original game and added new features. The game also boasted improved graphics and sound effects, making it an even more immersive and engaging experience. With the animations before and during the stages, this game creates a thrilling experience of playing the hero of an anime series.
X Multiply, released in 1989, was a spin-off of the Image Fight series and took the gameplay in a slightly different direction. The game is set in a biological world, and players must navigate through a parasite-infected human body filled with organic enemies and obstacles. X Multiply was known for its unique setting, challenging gameplay, and powerful graphics, which were among the best on the arcade platform at the time.
ININ Games - irem Collection Vol. 1
Here's X-Multiply, another legendary irem Shoot 'em Up! Fight off the alien invasion by shooting your way through hordes of enemies and by using your special absorbing abilities!— Strictly Limited Games (@RealStrictlyLTD) July 8, 2023
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