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* TimeLimitBoss: Take too long in some boss fights, and [[BulletHell it fires a dangerous barrage]].

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* TimeLimitBoss: Take too long in some boss fights, and [[BulletHell it fires will [[ActionBomb self-destruct with a dangerous barrage]].


* TimeLimitBoss: Take too long in some boss fights, and it fires a dangerous barrage.

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* TimeLimitBoss: Take too long in some boss fights, and [[BulletHell it fires a dangerous barrage.barrage]].


** In ''Raiden II'', the ships were not explicitly named, but here, they've been named "Raiden mk-II" for the red ship and "Raiden mk-IIβ" for the blue ship; the model numbers indicate these are the ''Raiden II'' versions of these two ships, as opposed to calling the ships by their {{insistent|Terminology}} in-series names, "Fighting Thunder". This was later canonized in ''Raiden IV: [=OverKill=]'' where they were named "Raiden mk-II" rather than "Fighting Thunder mk-II".

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** In ''Raiden II'', the ships were not explicitly named, but here, they've been named "Raiden mk-II" for the red ship and "Raiden mk-IIβ" for the blue ship; the model numbers indicate these are the ''Raiden II'' versions of these two ships, as opposed to calling the ships by their {{insistent|Terminology}} in-series names, "Fighting Thunder". This was later canonized in ''Raiden IV: [=OverKill=]'' Overkill'' where they were named "Raiden mk-II" rather than "Fighting Thunder mk-II".


** In ''Raiden II'', the ships were not explicitly named, but here, they've been named "Raiden mk-II" for the red ship and "Raiden mk-IIβ" for the blue ship; the model numbers indicate these are the ''Raiden II'' versions of these two ships, as opposed to calling the ships by their {{insistent|Terminology}} in-series names, "Fighting Thunder". This was later canonized in ''Raiden IV'' where it was named "Raiden mk-II" rather than "Fighting Thunder mk-II".

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** In ''Raiden II'', the ships were not explicitly named, but here, they've been named "Raiden mk-II" for the red ship and "Raiden mk-IIβ" for the blue ship; the model numbers indicate these are the ''Raiden II'' versions of these two ships, as opposed to calling the ships by their {{insistent|Terminology}} in-series names, "Fighting Thunder". This was later canonized in ''Raiden IV'' IV: [=OverKill=]'' where it was they were named "Raiden mk-II" rather than "Fighting Thunder mk-II".


** In ''Raiden II'', the ships were not explicitly named, but here, they've been named "Raiden mk-II" for the red ship and "Raiden mk-IIβ" for the blue ship; the model numbers indicate these are the ''Raiden II'' versions of these two ships, as opposed to calling the ships by their {{inconsistent|Terminology}} in-series names, "Fighting Thunder". This was later canonized in ''Raiden IV'' where it was named "Raiden mk-II" rather than "Fighting Thunder mk-II".

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** In ''Raiden II'', the ships were not explicitly named, but here, they've been named "Raiden mk-II" for the red ship and "Raiden mk-IIβ" for the blue ship; the model numbers indicate these are the ''Raiden II'' versions of these two ships, as opposed to calling the ships by their {{inconsistent|Terminology}} {{insistent|Terminology}} in-series names, "Fighting Thunder". This was later canonized in ''Raiden IV'' where it was named "Raiden mk-II" rather than "Fighting Thunder mk-II".


** In ''Raiden II'', the ships were not explicitly named, but here, they've been named "Raiden mk-II" for the red ship and "Raiden mk-IIβ" for the blue ship; the model numbers indicate these are the ''Raiden II'' versions of these two ships, as opposed to calling the ships by their actual in-series names, "Fighting Thunder". This would later be adapted in future ''Raiden'' games though.

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** In ''Raiden II'', the ships were not explicitly named, but here, they've been named "Raiden mk-II" for the red ship and "Raiden mk-IIβ" for the blue ship; the model numbers indicate these are the ''Raiden II'' versions of these two ships, as opposed to calling the ships by their actual {{inconsistent|Terminology}} in-series names, "Fighting Thunder". This would was later be adapted canonized in future ''Raiden'' games though.''Raiden IV'' where it was named "Raiden mk-II" rather than "Fighting Thunder mk-II".


* OneHitPointWonder: One hit and you die. Subverted with the Slaves (when they are accompanying your fighter, not as a playable fighter), which take several hits until they die.

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* OneHitPointWonder: One hit and you die. Subverted with the Slaves (when they are accompanying your fighter, not as a playable fighter), which take several hits until they die.got shot down.


* BattleshipRaid: Some of the stages in every installment is this. Vahrstor, Violet Head, Sand Lobster, among a few are boss examplea.

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* BattleshipRaid: Some of the stages in every installment is this. Vahrstor, Violet Head, Sand Lobster, among a few are boss examplea.examples.


* BattleshipRaid: One of the stages in every installment is this.

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* BattleshipRaid: One Some of the stages in every installment is this.this. Vahrstor, Violet Head, Sand Lobster, among a few are boss examplea.


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* ShiftingSandLand: Stage 6 of ''Raiden Fighters 2'' has you fight Sand Lobster in a BattleshipRaid fashion.


* TraintopBattle: Stage 3 of ''2'' is this, as you fight the colossal combat train Violet Head.

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* TraintopBattle: TraintopBattle:
** The fourth stage in the first game doesn't have traditional traintop battles, but you're fighting the enemies on railroads.
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Stage 3 of ''2'' is this, as you fight the colossal combat train Violet Head.


* TraintopBattle: Stage 3 of ''2'' is one, among a few.

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* TraintopBattle: Stage 3 of ''2'' is one, among a few.this, as you fight the colossal combat train Violet Head.


It took a full decade after the release of ''Raiden Fighters Jet'' for any of the games to be ported to a home video game console. ''Raiden Fighters Aces'' was released in 2008 by Creator/{{Success}} for the UsefulNotes/Xbox360, complete with online leaderboards and player achievements. All three games in the series (along with the original ''Raiden'') are also part of the ''Raiden Legacy'' collection for PC, available via UsefulNotes/{{Desura}}.

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It took a full decade after the release of ''Raiden Fighters Jet'' for any of the games to be ported to a home video game console. ''Raiden Fighters Aces'' was released in 2008 by Creator/{{Success}} for the UsefulNotes/Xbox360, complete with online leaderboards and player achievements. All three games in the series (along with the original ''Raiden'') are also part of the ''Raiden Legacy'' collection for PC, available via UsefulNotes/{{Desura}}.
UsefulNotes/{{Desura}}, UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} and [[Website/GOGDotCom GOG.com]].


[[caption-width-right:350:[[TagLine The first and last word in action.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[TagLine [[caption-width-right:350:[[{{Tagline}} The first and last word in action.]]]]

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* BattleshipRaid: One of the stages in every installment is this.

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