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Soldier Blade

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Soldier Blade
System(s): PC Engine, TurboGrafx-16, Virtual Console (Wii, Wii U), PlayStation 3 (PSN)
Publisher: Hudson Soft
Wii U Virtual Console
Konami
Developer:
Genre: Shoot-'em-Up






























Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
PC Engine
JP
¥6,500 HC92056



TurboGrafx-16
US
$? ?



Wii Virtual Console
JP
600pts600
CERO: A
Wii Virtual Console
US
600pts600
ESRB: Everyone
Wii Virtual Console
EU
600pts600
PEGI: 7+
Wii Virtual Console
AU
600pts600
OFLC: G
Wii U Virtual Console
JP
¥571 (617)617i[3]
CERO: A
Wii U Virtual Console
US
$5.995.99[4]
ESRB: Everyone
Wii U Virtual Console
EU
€5.995.99[2]
PEGI: 7+
Wii U Virtual Console
DE
€5.995.99[5]
USK: 6
Wii U Virtual Console
UK
£5.395.39[6]
PEGI: 7+

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Soldier Blade (ソルジャーブレイド) is a shoot-'em-up developed and published by Hudson Soft for the PC Engine and TurboGrafx-16, and is the sequel to Final Soldier. It was also released as a downloadable emulated game on the Wii and Wii U Virtual Consoles, and the PlayStation 3.

Production credits

  • Direction: Charley Nakata
  • Game Design: Ukiuki Uribo
  • System Programming: Hikaru Aoyama
  • Enemy Character Progammimg: Charley Nakata
  • Graphic Effect Programming: Hikaru Aoyama
  • Art Direction: Ukiuki Uribo
  • Mechanical Art: Tatsuya Doe
  • Graphic design: Ukiuki Uribo, Tatsuya Doe, Yukinori Kouzen, Rururira Hidebo, Atsushi Kakutani, Kuboq
  • Original Score: Keita Hoshi, Makiko Tanifuji
  • Sound Effects: Keita Hoshi
  • Sound System Programming: Lu. Iwabuchi
  • Special Voice Effects: Nimai C. Malle
  • Special thanks to: Futofuto Satoh, Hector Oyama, Manga, Masaaki Inoue, Masanori Wake, Mccol Iwata, Satoshi Mikami, Tetsuya Wakabayashi, Toshiya Abe, Team Young Power
  • Production Management: Shigeki Fujiwara
  • Supervisor: Tatsujin Kawada, Soldier Blade
(C) 1992 Hudson Soft
Source:
In-game credits (JP)

Magazine articles

Main article: Soldier Blade/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

NEC Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
94 №137 (Go!), p18-19[7]
№137, p26[8]
PC Engine
94
Based on
1 review

PC Engine version

PC Engine, JP
SoldierBlade PCE JP Box Back.jpgNospine-small.pngSoldierBlade PCE JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
SoldierBlade PCE JP Card.jpg
Card

TurboGrafx-16 version

TurboGrafx-16, US
SoldierBlade TG16 US Box Back.jpgNospine.pngSoldierBlade TG16 US Box Front.jpg
Cover
SoldierBlade TG16 US Card.jpg
Card

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
PC Engine
CRC32 8420b12b
MD5 e78e5212d85d614060ae31135e4f4bfe
SHA-1 bb6259ecfee3cc28ddbf1b1c1416f281ecccbe31
512kB Card (JP)
TurboGrafx-16
CRC32 4bb68b13
MD5 59d23b7af39ea827eceb1d7e2cc363c0
SHA-1 3b4cc242f68a1d61c83a1a0dbdee23d2ae8f1427
512kB Card (US)

External links

  • Soldier Blade on Nintendo eShop (Wii U): JP

References


Soldier Blade

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