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Psikyo Shooters’ Steam Releases Starting With Strikers 1945

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Following the Nintendo Switch releases of two Psikyo shooters compilations, the games will begin heading to PCs. City Connection revealed that it plans to release some of the titles from the two collections piecemeal via Steam. The first one will be Strikers 1945 on April 30, 2020 for $9.99. A launch sale until May 7, 2020 will bring the price down to $8.99.

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Strikers 1945 is a vertical shoot’em up inspired by World War II. People have six different planes to choose from and seven difficulty levels. People can go through it alone or cooperatively with a friend. There is also an online leaderboard. This version is based upon the found in Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha.

Here is the list of other Psikyo shooters that will be headed to PCs. However, City Connection has not offered release windows for any of them yet.

  • Dragon Blaze
  • Gunbird
  • Gunbird 2
  • Samurai Aces
  • Samurai Aces Episode II: Tengai
  • Samurai Aces Episode III: Sengoku Cannon
  • Sol Divide: Sword of Darkness
  • Strikers 1945 II
  • Strikers 1945 III

It is important to note that if someone has a Nintendo Switch, it would be faster and cheaper to acquire the games through Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha and Bravo. Each of them are $39.99 and include six games. 

Strikers 1945 will come to PCs via Steam on April 30, 2020. Other Psikyo Shooters like Samurai Aces will follow.

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