History VideoGame / Aleste

28th Nov '15 11:21:49 PM nombretomado
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* ''Aleste'' (SegaMasterSystem and {{MSX}}2, 1988; titled ''Power Strike'' outside Japan)

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* ''Aleste'' (SegaMasterSystem (UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem and {{MSX}}2, 1988; titled ''Power Strike'' outside Japan)



* ''[[VideoGame/{{MUSHA}} Musha Aleste: Fullmetal Fighter Ellinor]]'' (SegaGenesis, 1990; released outside Japan as ''M.U.S.H.A.: Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor'')

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* ''[[VideoGame/{{MUSHA}} Musha Aleste: Fullmetal Fighter Ellinor]]'' (SegaGenesis, (UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, 1990; released outside Japan as ''M.U.S.H.A.: Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor'')



* ''Dennin Aleste: Nobunaga and his Ninja Force'' (SegaCD, 1992; released outside Japan as ''Robo Aleste'')
* ''Power Strike II'' (SegaMasterSystem, 1993; released only in Europe and Australia; different game from below)

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* ''Dennin Aleste: Nobunaga and his Ninja Force'' (SegaCD, (UsefulNotes/SegaCD, 1992; released outside Japan as ''Robo Aleste'')
* ''Power Strike II'' (SegaMasterSystem, (UsefulNotes/SegaMasterSystem, 1993; released only in Europe and Australia; different game from below)
18th Mar '14 10:19:06 AM Thexder
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A series of VerticalScrollingShooter games made by {{Compile}}. Most of the ''Aleste'' games received North American and/or European release but were renamed to hide the connection.

* ''Aleste'' ({{MSX}}2, 1988; a loose port for the SegaMasterSystem was released the same year, but titled ''Power Strike'' outside Japan)

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A series of VerticalScrollingShooter games made by {{Compile}}.Creator/{{Compile}}. Most of the ''Aleste'' games received North American and/or European release but were renamed to hide the connection.

* ''Aleste'' ({{MSX}}2, (SegaMasterSystem and {{MSX}}2, 1988; a loose port for the SegaMasterSystem was released the same year, but titled ''Power Strike'' outside Japan)



* ''Musha Aleste: Fullmetal Fighter Ellinor'' (SegaGenesis, 1990; released outside Japan as ''M.U.S.H.A.: Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor'')

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* ''Musha ''[[VideoGame/{{MUSHA}} Musha Aleste: Fullmetal Fighter Ellinor'' Ellinor]]'' (SegaGenesis, 1990; released outside Japan as ''M.U.S.H.A.: Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor'')



* ''SuperAleste'' ({{SNES}}, 1992; released in North America as ''Space Megaforce'')

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* ''SuperAleste'' ''VideoGame/SuperAleste'' ({{SNES}}, 1992; released in North America as ''Space Megaforce'')


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9th May '13 9:27:19 PM BDF5000
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* ''SuperAleste'' ({{SNES}}, 1992; released outside Japan as ''Space Megaforce'')

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* ''SuperAleste'' ({{SNES}}, 1992; released outside Japan in North America as ''Space Megaforce'')
25th May '12 9:21:11 AM EarlOfSandvich
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A series of VerticalScrollingShooter games made by {{Compile}}. Most of the ''Aleste'' games received North American and/or European release but were renamed to hide the connection.

* ''Aleste'' ({{MSX}}2, 1988; a loose port for the SegaMasterSystem was released the same year, but titled ''Power Strike'' outside Japan)
* ''Aleste 2'' ({{MSX}}2, 1989)
* ''Aleste Gaiden'' ({{MSX}}2, 1989)
* ''Musha Aleste: Fullmetal Fighter Ellinor'' (SegaGenesis, 1990; released outside Japan as ''M.U.S.H.A.: Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor'')
* ''GG Aleste'' (GameGear, 1991)
* ''SuperAleste'' ({{SNES}}, 1992; released outside Japan as ''Space Megaforce'')
* ''Dennin Aleste: Nobunaga and his Ninja Force'' (SegaCD, 1992; released outside Japan as ''Robo Aleste'')
* ''Power Strike II'' (SegaMasterSystem, 1993; released only in Europe and Australia; different game from below)
* ''GG Aleste II: Lance Bird'' (GameGear, 1993; released in Europe as ''Power Strike II'')
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