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Assault Suit Leynos

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A classic reawakens – Assault Suit Leynos is back and in high definition! Get ready for all-out robotic war as the fan-favourite Mega Drive classic is reworked with all new HD visuals for the ultimate alien-blasting experience!

As Earth reels from the impact of the fourth world war and dwindling resources, an uneasy truce between nations sees mankind reach for the stars. Colonies are settled, resources are mined and the future starts looking a little brighter. But just as peace finally seems possible, an unknown enemy emerges from the deepest region of space to threaten the very existence of humanity. Only one thing can stop them: deploy the Assault Suit Squadron!

  • Fresh HD visuals and sound combine with old-school game design to bring the much-loved Mega Drive classic bang up to date.
  • Jump into an Assault Suit and experience eight stages of side-scrolling alien-blasting action to drive the alien menace back into space!
  • Equip your AS with a huge range of devastating weapons, then complete sub-missions within each stage and unlock even more to use in the next battle.
  • Unlock a huge number of game modifiers to mix up the Arcade Mode gameplay, or try Classic Mode and see if you’ve got what it takes to be an elite AS pilot!
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Rising Star Games
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Dracue Software
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Rising Star Games
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10+ Everyone 10+
Website
http://www.risingstargames.com

System requirements for PlayStation 4

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (64bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce 8xxx Series / Radeon HD 2xxx/HD 3xxx
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible soundcard
  • Additional Notes: Controllers supported, but must be activated in Options > Config > Controls menu on first boot (game will remember settings every time after that)
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (64bit)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce 200 Series / Radeon HD 5xxx
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible soundcard
  • Additional Notes: Controllers supported, but must be activated in Options > Config > Controls menu on first boot (game will remember settings every time after that)
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Classic Hero
Cleared all stages in Classic Mode.
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Attack Ship - Master Hunter
Destroyed the attack ship in stage 1 before it came within 45 miles of the base.
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There's Something Here!
Discovered the hidden path inside the base in stage 4.
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Energy Tank Buster
Destroyed all large energy tanks in stage 7.
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Bulkhead Protector
Protected all bulkheads from enemy attack in stage 5.
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Assault Suit Leynos (PS4) - Arcade Mode - No Death Clear
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Assault Suit Leynos reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
I play Leynos at pad Xbox360, c true that the game has a little trouble to calibrate it. By insisting and mapping the "padset", one manages to operate the joystick and the left analog stick. The game sensations are excellent, compared to the 16 bit version MegaDrive the game puts full view-objectively one is rather on the Dreamcast style/PS2 HD smoothed so not the latest technique, but the design has a crazy charm and a strong atmosphere Robotech (the Macross and Mospeada components of the series). Action breaking, game not really easy but super handy, it is imperative to manage the automatic ascent of the bar of life between two rounds of bullets. Big plus: the game-the original as this remake-has a scenario of space warfare to the Japanese and the levels are logically chained according to this frame, without the player being "strolled" from one place to another without logical connection. The manga-in VO-transmissions at the beginning of the level completes the impression of being a Valkyrie/Varitech in communication with the SDF1. I highly recommend; even if it is a run & gun to the Metal Slug or contra, directing a Mecha and not a human makes the gameplay quite unique due to its well simulated inertia, only the players of the different assault Suilt (s) on SNES, Saturn and PS2 could feel this feeling.
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I find The various Settings of the Game positive. The Levels also play different, for example there is a Level in Space and Levels on the Surface as well as in enemy bases. You can also configure your Mech before The Mission begins, a Feature I love in Mech Games. Sound-technical I am also satisfied with which would certainly have been even more possible, but now to the Negative PART: The Control of this original PS 4 title leaves something to be desired even if the Port of this Game is not as misgued as the dreadful Gundhound Port of the same Developer. In Addition, I have to say after 3 Hours that I just don't Enjoy the Game. The Level Bosses often have similar Attacking Scheme, which often seems cheap as this Scheme is repeated very often. On Normal, most Bosses are quite simple, they are hard then often just because they have a lot of HP. The Graphics are also not the Bang, somehow the Design does not appear uniformly partly also outdated. To be honest, the Original Target Earth hasn't liked it, the same is now unfortunately true for the Remake. Since I preferred to come back the Successor Cybernator, who was then for the Super Nintendo and I still enjoy a lot today as I did in the Last Millennium (despite too long Dialogue Sequences but hey that is unfortunately the Case again with this Remake ...).
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