Ray’z Arcade Chronology and RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection Coming West

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ININ Games have announced that they will be publishing both RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection and Ray’z Arcade Chronology in the West. While the former will be released both physically and digitally, Ray’z Arcade Chronology will only be released as a digital title by them. Strictly Limited Games will be releasing a physical version for Ray’z Arcade Chronology. 

While the RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection is a newly announced collection, Ray’z Arcade Chronology has already been announced for release in Japan and is set to release on March 9, 2023. Games in Ray’z Arcade Chronology include:

  • RayForce (1994)
  • RayStorm (1996)
  • RayStorm NEO-HD (2023) – A remastered version of the arcade version of RayStorm. RayStorm HD launched in 2010 with additional elements and support for 16:9 aspect ratio, but RayStorm NEO-HD includes the same content as the arcade version and retains a 4:3 aspect ratio.
  • RayCrisis (1998)
  • RayCrisis HD (2023) – A remastered version of RayCrisis.


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