#17204

Version for Playstation R-Types (USA)

Collection data

.dat name ps1_redump
.dat version Sony - PlayStation | (SIMPLIFIED DAT) | "2020-02-10 11-41-26"
.dat status Up-to-date
ROMset platform Playstation
ROMset title R-Types (USA)
ROMset CRC32* 83c0b206
ROMset size* 520989168 bytes

Version data

Intro title(s)
  • [usa] R-Types
Compile date 1998-??-??
Serial number
Texts
Voices
View side
Screen overscan
Media 1 × CD
Players
Voting 4
Differences
Other versions
Amiga 500 »
???? ★★ R-Type (Europe)
Master System »
???? R-Type (World) (Beta)
MSX (cartridge) »
1987 R-Type (Japan)
Arcade »
1987 ★★★ R-Type (Japan)
Arcade »
1987 R-Type (World bootleg)
Arcade »
1987 R-Type (Japan, bootleg Major Title conversion, M82)
Arcade »
1987 ★★ R-Type (Japan prototype)
Arcade »
1987 ★★★★ R-Type (World)
MSX (cartridge) »
1988 R-Type (Japan) (Alt 2)
MSX (cartridge) »
1988 R-Type (Japan) (Alt 1)
Turbografx »
1988 R-Type I (Japan)
Turbografx »
1988 R-Type II (Japan)
Master System »
1988 R-Type (World)
Amiga 500 »
1989 ★★★ R-Type II (Europe)
Turbografx »
1989 R-Type (USA)
Arcade »
1989 ★★★ R-Type II (Japan)
Arcade »
1989 ★★★★ R-Type II (Japan, revision C)
Arcade »
1989 R-Type II (Japan, bootleg Major Title conversion, M82)
Arcade »
1989 ★★★★ R-Type II
Turbografx-CD »
1991 R-Type Complete CD (Japan)
Game Boy »
1991 R-Type (USA, Europe)
Game Boy »
1992 R-Type II (Europe)
Game Boy »
1992 R-Type II (Japan)

Parent Game(s) data

GameR-Type (1987–1998)
Genre(s)shooter
Saga(s)R-Type (1987–1998)
SynopsisR-Type is a side scrolling shoot 'em up best known for its extremely tough and strategic gameplay. You control the R-9 spaceship as it launches a last-ditch effort to repel the evil Bydo empire.
GameR-Type II (1988–1998)
Genre(s)shooter
Saga(s)R-Type (1987–1998)
SynopsisR-Type II is a side-scrolling 2D shooter with spacecraft and the sequel to the original R-Type. The player controls the ship R-9C, the successor to R-9 with some changes to the weapons. The wave cannon is now able to track enemies and there are two new types of weapons: search laser and shotgun laser. For the land units a new anti-ground bomb can be used. The arcade game and most versions derived from it such as the Amiga one contain six levels, each with their own boss. The Game Boy version has five levels and does not incorporate the new weapons.