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* {{Bowdlerise}}: In ''Sengoku Ace'' series, Koyori shows an AbsoluteCleavage. In the 2014 ''Sengoku Blaze/Tengai'' port made for [[IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]], that was covered with more clothes below the haori (kimono jacket).

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: In ''Sengoku Ace'' series, Koyori shows an AbsoluteCleavage. In the 2014 ''Sengoku Blaze/Tengai'' port made for [[IOSGames [[UsefulNotes/IOSGames iOS]] and [[AndroidGames Android]], that was covered with more clothes below the haori (kimono jacket).


Following financial troubles, Psikyo was acquired by X-Nauts in 2002. X-Nauts primarily released CompilationRerelease of Psikyo's shmups, low-budget 2D games and a {{Sequel}} of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' series (''Sengoku Cannon: Sengoku Ace Episode III'') before itself going bankrupt in 2005. Recently, like a decade after the bankrupcy of both companies, Korean company Mobirix adquired the right of various Psikyo games and developed mobile ports for Android and iOS, mostly their ShootEmUp games, like ''Strikers 1945 II'', ''Tengai (Sengoku Blade)'' and ''Gunbird 2''. At the end of 2017, Japanese developer Zerodiv started releasing ports of Psikyo's games to the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch for [=eShop=] and in 2018 as physical games by H2 Interactive under the publishing of Creator/ArcSystemWorks.

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Following financial troubles, Psikyo was acquired by X-Nauts in 2002. X-Nauts primarily released CompilationRerelease of Psikyo's shmups, low-budget 2D games and a {{Sequel}} of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' series (''Sengoku Cannon: Sengoku Ace Episode III'') before itself going bankrupt in 2005. Recently, like a whole decade after the bankrupcy of both companies, Korean company Mobirix adquired the right of various Psikyo games and developed mobile ports for Android and iOS, mostly their ShootEmUp games, like ''Strikers 1945 II'', ''Tengai (Sengoku Blade)'' and ''Gunbird 2''. At the end of 2017, Japanese developer Zerodiv started releasing ports of Psikyo's games to the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch for [=eShop=] and in 2018 as physical games by H2 Interactive under the publishing of Creator/ArcSystemWorks.


'''Psikyo''' was a defunct japanese {{videogame}} company active between 1992 and 2005 that specialized in vertical ShootEmUp and erotic TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} games. Psikyo was founded by former Creator/VideoSystem employees who worked on ''Turbo Force'' and the first ''VideoGame/AeroFighters''.

Following financial troubles, Psikyo was acquired by X-Nauts in 2002. X-Nauts primarily released CompilationRerelease of Psikyo's shmups, low-budget 2D games and a {{Sequel}} of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' series (''Sengoku Cannon: Sengoku Ace Episode III'') before itself going bankrupt in 2005. Recently, like a decade after the bankrupcy of both companies, Korean company Mobirix adquired the right of various Psikyo games and developed mobile ports for Android and iOS, mostly their ShootEmUp games, like ''Strikers 1945 II'', ''Tengai (Sengoku Blade)'' and ''Gunbird 2''. At the end of 2017, Japanese developer Zerodiv started releasing ports of Psikyo's games to the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.

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'''Psikyo''' was a defunct japanese Japanese {{videogame}} company active between 1992 and 2005 that specialized in vertical ShootEmUp and erotic TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} games. Psikyo was founded by former Creator/VideoSystem employees who worked on ''Turbo Force'' and the first ''VideoGame/AeroFighters''.

Following financial troubles, Psikyo was acquired by X-Nauts in 2002. X-Nauts primarily released CompilationRerelease of Psikyo's shmups, low-budget 2D games and a {{Sequel}} of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' series (''Sengoku Cannon: Sengoku Ace Episode III'') before itself going bankrupt in 2005. Recently, like a decade after the bankrupcy of both companies, Korean company Mobirix adquired the right of various Psikyo games and developed mobile ports for Android and iOS, mostly their ShootEmUp games, like ''Strikers 1945 II'', ''Tengai (Sengoku Blade)'' and ''Gunbird 2''. At the end of 2017, Japanese developer Zerodiv started releasing ports of Psikyo's games to the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.
UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch for [=eShop=] and in 2018 as physical games by H2 Interactive under the publishing of Creator/ArcSystemWorks.



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* UpdatedRerelease: The 2014-2016 ports for Android and iOS of Psikyo's ShootEmUp like ''Tengai/Sengoku Blade'', ''Gunbird 2'' and ''Strikers 1945 II'', all made by Korean company Mobirix.

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* UpdatedRerelease: UpdatedRerelease:
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The 2014-2016 ports for Android and iOS of Psikyo's ShootEmUp like ''Tengai/Sengoku Blade'', ''Gunbird 2'' and ''Strikers 1945 II'', all made by Korean company Mobirix.Mobirix.
** Recently in 2018, Creator/ArcSystemWorks will bring ''Psikyo Collection'' to the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch in 2 volumes[[note]]Vol.1 will have ''Strikers 1945'', ''Sol Divide'', ''Sengoku Ace/Samurai Aces'' and ''Gunbird''; Vol.2 will have ''Gunbird 2'', ''Sengoku Blade/TENGAI'', ''Dragon Blaze'' and ''Strikers 1945 II''[[/note]], which were already released on the [=eShop=] of this console.


* ''Daraku Tenshi: The Fallen Angels'' (developed by The Steel Hearts)

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* ''Daraku Tenshi: The Fallen Angels'' ''VideoGame/DarakuTenshiTheFallenAngels'' (developed by The Steel Hearts)



* FightingGame: Psikyo has very few titles in this genre, but aren't less known for them: ''Battle K-Road'' and ''Daraku Tenshi: The Fallen Angels''. Also, some of the character designers of the latter game passed to Creator/{{SNK}} to create some designs for ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters '99''[[note]]K' and Maxima are [[{{Expy}} expies]] of Cool and Ness from ''Daraku Tenshi''[[/note]] and years later created their own company, ''Circle Edge'', and made ''VideoGame/{{Yatagarasu}}''.

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* FightingGame: Psikyo has very few titles in this genre, but aren't less known for them: ''Battle K-Road'' and ''Daraku Tenshi: The Fallen Angels''.''VideoGame/DarakuTenshiTheFallenAngels''. Also, some of the character designers of the latter game passed to Creator/{{SNK}} to create some designs for ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters '99''[[note]]K' and Maxima are [[{{Expy}} expies]] of Cool and Ness from ''Daraku Tenshi''[[/note]] and years later created their own company, ''Circle Edge'', and made ''VideoGame/{{Yatagarasu}}''.


'''Psikyo''' was a defunct japanese {{videogame}} company active between 1992 and 2005 that specialized in vertical ShootEmUps and erotic TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} games. Psikyo was founded by former Creator/VideoSystem employees who worked on ''Turbo Force'' and the first ''VideoGame/AeroFighters''.

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'''Psikyo''' was a defunct japanese {{videogame}} company active between 1992 and 2005 that specialized in vertical ShootEmUps ShootEmUp and erotic TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} games. Psikyo was founded by former Creator/VideoSystem employees who worked on ''Turbo Force'' and the first ''VideoGame/AeroFighters''.



* {{Licensed Game}}s: Psikyo made some games for other game series (like ''VideoGame/LodeRunner'' and ''VideoGame/ChoAniki'') as well licenses from other media (like ''G-Taste'' {{hentai}} series, a TabletopGames/{{Mahjong}} game.)

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* {{Licensed Game}}s: Psikyo made some games for other game series (like ''VideoGame/LodeRunner'' and ''VideoGame/ChoAniki'') as well licenses from other media (like ''G-Taste'' {{hentai}} series, a TabletopGames/{{Mahjong}} TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} game.)


'''Psikyo''' was a defunct japanese {{videogame}} company active between 1992 and 2005 that specialized in vertical ShootEmUps and erotic mahjong games. Psikyo was founded by former Creator/VideoSystem employees who worked on ''Turbo Force'' and the first ''VideoGame/AeroFighters''.

Following financial troubles, Psikyo was acquired by X-Nauts in 2002. X-Nauts primarily released CompilationRerelease of Psikyo's shmups and low-budget 2D games and a {{Sequel}} of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' series (''Sengoku Cannon: Sengoku Ace Episode III'') before itself going bankrupt in 2005. Recently, like a decade after the bankrupcy of both companies, Korean company Mobirix adquired the right of various Psikyo games and developed mobile ports for Android and iOS, mostly their ShootEmUp games, like ''Strikers 1945 II'', ''Tengai (Sengoku Blade)'' and ''Gunbird 2''. At the end of 2017, Japanese developer Zerodiv started releasing ports of Psikyo's games to the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.

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'''Psikyo''' was a defunct japanese {{videogame}} company active between 1992 and 2005 that specialized in vertical ShootEmUps and erotic mahjong TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} games. Psikyo was founded by former Creator/VideoSystem employees who worked on ''Turbo Force'' and the first ''VideoGame/AeroFighters''.

Following financial troubles, Psikyo was acquired by X-Nauts in 2002. X-Nauts primarily released CompilationRerelease of Psikyo's shmups and shmups, low-budget 2D games and a {{Sequel}} of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' series (''Sengoku Cannon: Sengoku Ace Episode III'') before itself going bankrupt in 2005. Recently, like a decade after the bankrupcy of both companies, Korean company Mobirix adquired the right of various Psikyo games and developed mobile ports for Android and iOS, mostly their ShootEmUp games, like ''Strikers 1945 II'', ''Tengai (Sengoku Blade)'' and ''Gunbird 2''. At the end of 2017, Japanese developer Zerodiv started releasing ports of Psikyo's games to the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.


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* VehicularCombat: The ''Zero Gunner'' series (basically "Helicopter Combat.")


* MedievalEuropeanFantasy: Two of Psikyo's shmups are settled in this: ''Dragon Blaze'' ({{not to be confused with}} another ''VideoGame/DragonBlaze'') and ''Sol Divide: Sword of Darkness''.

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* MedievalEuropeanFantasy: Two of Psikyo's shmups are settled in this: ''Dragon Blaze'' ({{not to be confused with}} (JustForFun/NotToBeConfusedWith another ''VideoGame/DragonBlaze'') and ''Sol Divide: Sword of Darkness''.


* InNameOnly:
** One of Medieval shmups is called ''Dragon Blaze'' and was released for Arcades, which has the same name than a [[Videogame/DragonBlaze 2-D sidescrolling role-playing game for iOS and Android systems]] released decades later.
** From ''[[VideoGame/SengokuAce Sengoku Blade]]'' there's the {{Samurai}} {{Robot}} called "Hagane", which has nothing to do with [[VideoGame/{{Hagane}} the Ninja Robot who has his own game]] for SNES.



* InNameOnly:
** One of Medieval shmups is called ''Dragon Blaze'' and was released for Arcades, which has the same name than a [[Videogame/DragonBlaze 2-D sidescrolling role-playing game for iOS and Android systems]] released decades later.
** From ''[[VideoGame/SengokuAce Sengoku Blade]]'' there's the {{Samurai}} {{Robot}} called "Hagane", which has nothing to do with [[VideoGame/{{Hagane}} the Ninja Robot who has his own game]] for SNES.


Wiki/TheOtherWiki has an article about [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psikyo this company]], also Website/HardcoreGaming101 dedicated a category to this company with [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/catalog/company-psikyo.htm various of the games they made, as well the ones by X-Nauts]].

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Wiki/TheOtherWiki has an article about [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psikyo this company]], also Website/HardcoreGaming101 dedicated a category to this company with has reviews for [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/catalog/company-psikyo.htm net/?s=psikyo various of the games they made, as well the ones by X-Nauts]].


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* InNameOnly:
** One of Medieval shmups is called ''Dragon Blaze'' and was released for Arcades, which has the same name than a [[Videogame/DragonBlaze 2-D sidescrolling role-playing game for iOS and Android systems]] released decades later.
** From ''[[VideoGame/SengokuAce Sengoku Blade]]'' there's the {{Samurai}} {{Robot}} called "Hagane", which has nothing to do with [[VideoGame/{{Hagane}} the Ninja Robot who has his own game]] for SNES.


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* TabletopGame: As [=STGs=], other of Psikyo's trademark games are their TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} video games, mostly known for their [[{{NSFW}} lewd]] ''Taisen Hot Gimmick'' series.


* {{Mahjong}}: As [=STGs=], other of Psikyo's trademark games, mostly for their lewd ''Taisen Hot Gimmick'' series.


* {{Bowdlerise}}: In original games, Koyori shows an AbsoluteCleavage. In the 2014 port made for iOS and Android, that was covered with more clothes below the haori (kimono jacket).

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: In original games, ''Sengoku Ace'' series, Koyori shows an AbsoluteCleavage. In the 2014 ''Sengoku Blaze/Tengai'' port made for iOS [[IOSGames iOS]] and Android, [[AndroidGames Android]], that was covered with more clothes below the haori (kimono jacket).



* BulletHell: The bread and butter of Psikyo's shmups, ''VideoGame/CannonSpike'' included.



* {{Crossover}}: Mostly with Creator/{{Capcom}}, the 2 notable crossovers are [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Morrigan Aensland]] as SecretCharacter in console versions of ''Gunbird 2'' (game distributed by Capcom) and the TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} {{Crossover}} ''[[VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom vs. Psikyo All Stars]]'' for UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast.
** TheAlliance: With Creator/{{Capcom}}, which distribuited some of Psikyo games (like ''Gunbird'' series) and they developed ''VideoGame/CannonSpike'' for them.

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* {{Crossover}}: Mostly with Creator/{{Capcom}}, the 2 notable crossovers are [[VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}} Morrigan Aensland]] as SecretCharacter in console versions of ''Gunbird 2'' (game distributed by Capcom) and the TabletopGame/{{Mahjong}} {{Crossover}} Crossover ''[[VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever Taisen Net Gimmick: Capcom vs. Psikyo All Stars]]'' for UsefulNotes/SegaDreamcast.
** TheAlliance: With Creator/{{Capcom}}, which distribuited distributed some of Psikyo games (like ''Gunbird'' series) and they developed ''VideoGame/CannonSpike'' for them.



* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: ''Daraku Tenshi: The Fallen Angels'', Japanese and English names of the same game, respectively. Usually the game is known as one of these 2 names instead using the 2 at the same time.



* {{Licensed Game}}s: Psikyo made some games for other game series (like ''VideoGame/LodeRunner'' and ''VideoGame/ChoAniki'') as well from licenses from other media (like ''G-Taste'' {{hentai}} series, a TabletopGames/{{Mahjong}} game.)

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* {{Licensed Game}}s: Psikyo made some games for other game series (like ''VideoGame/LodeRunner'' and ''VideoGame/ChoAniki'') as well from licenses from other media (like ''G-Taste'' {{hentai}} series, a TabletopGames/{{Mahjong}} game.)



* {{Mascot}}: Marion, the bratty witch from the ''Gunbird'' series. Also Koyori from ''Sengoku Ace'' series.

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* {{Mascot}}: Marion, the bratty witch from the ''Gunbird'' series. Also Koyori from ''Sengoku Ace'' series.



* MedievalEuropeanFantasy: Two of Psikyo's shmups are settled in this: ''Dragon Blaze'' ({{not to be confused with}} another ''VideoGame/DragonBlaze'') and ''Sol Divide: Sword of Darkness''.



** ProgressivelyPrettier[=/=]GirlinessUpgrade: Koyori passed from a UsefulNotes/{{Pettanko}} {{Tomboy}} with BoyishShortHair in the first game to an adult BigBreastPride LadyOfWar with RapunzelHair in the next games and appearances. At least the miko outfit and aviator goggles are still there.

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** ProgressivelyPrettier[=/=]GirlinessUpgrade: Koyori passed from a UsefulNotes/{{Pettanko}} {{Tomboy}} with BoyishShortHair in the first game to an adult BigBreastPride LadyOfWar with RapunzelHair in the next games and appearances. At least the miko {{miko}} outfit and [[GogglesDoNothing aviator goggles goggles]] are still there.


* CuteEmUp: ''Gunbird'' series.

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* CuteEmUp: ''Gunbird'' series. ''Space Bomber'', in a way, is this too.



* WidgetSeries: Mostly ''Sengoku Ace'' and ''Gunbird'' series, which are very well known in Japan and has a [[CultClassic cult base until today]].

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* WidgetSeries: Mostly ''Sengoku Ace'' and ''Gunbird'' series, which are very well known in Japan and has have a [[CultClassic cult base until today]].that still goes on today]]. Also ''Space Bomber'', which [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gFMDg0_Jws must be seen]] to be believed.


Following financial troubles, Psikyo was acquired by X-Nauts in 2002. X-Nauts primarily released CompilationRerelease of Psikyo's shmups and low-budget 2D games and a {{Sequel}} of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' series (''Sengoku Cannon: Sengoku Ace Episode III'') before itself going bankrupt in 2005. Recently, like a decade after the bankrupcy of both companies, Korean company Mobirix adquired the right of various Psikyo games and developed mobile ports for Android and iOS, mostly their ShootEmUp games, like ''Strikers 1945 II'', ''Tengai (Sengoku Blade)'' and ''Gunbird 2''.

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Following financial troubles, Psikyo was acquired by X-Nauts in 2002. X-Nauts primarily released CompilationRerelease of Psikyo's shmups and low-budget 2D games and a {{Sequel}} of ''VideoGame/SengokuAce'' series (''Sengoku Cannon: Sengoku Ace Episode III'') before itself going bankrupt in 2005. Recently, like a decade after the bankrupcy of both companies, Korean company Mobirix adquired the right of various Psikyo games and developed mobile ports for Android and iOS, mostly their ShootEmUp games, like ''Strikers 1945 II'', ''Tengai (Sengoku Blade)'' and ''Gunbird 2''.
2''. At the end of 2017, Japanese developer Zerodiv started releasing ports of Psikyo's games to the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch.


* BreakingOut: There's a ''Gunbird'' SpinOff called ''Gunbarich'' starred by Marion, {{the protagonist}} of ''Gunbird'' series, which is a {{Breakout}}/{{Arkanoid}} game.

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* BreakingOut: There's a ''Gunbird'' SpinOff called ''Gunbarich'' starred by Marion, {{the protagonist}} of ''Gunbird'' series, which is a {{Breakout}}/{{Arkanoid}} VideoGame/{{Breakout}}[=/=]VideoGame/{{Arkanoid}} game.


TheOtherWiki has an article about [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psikyo this company]], also Website/HardcoreGaming101 dedicated a category to this company with [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/catalog/company-psikyo.htm various of the games they made, as well the ones by X-Nauts]].

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TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki has an article about [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psikyo this company]], also Website/HardcoreGaming101 dedicated a category to this company with [[http://www.hardcoregaming101.net/catalog/company-psikyo.htm various of the games they made, as well the ones by X-Nauts]].

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