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|System(s): PC Engine|
|Developer(s) of original games: Toaplan|
|Original system(s): Arcade boards|
|Number of players: 1|
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Tatsujin (タツジン) is a vertically scrolling shoot-'em-up by Toaplan originally released in arcades in 1988 by Taito. In 1992, it was ported to the PC Engine by Sting and again published by Taito. This version is considered to be a very accurate port, to the point where the game is made harder due to the smaller screen size.
In the West, this game is usually known as Truxton, but this PC Engine version remained a Japanese exclusive.
- Produced by: Shoji Takahashi
- Programmed by: Toyofumi Kunihiro
- Graphics by: Tsutomu Takase, Hiroharu Ushiku
- Sound by: Shotaro
- Supervisor: Koji Yamazaki
- Bug Checker: Suit
- Special thanks to: Ikasama Naokin, Mr.Oota, Mickey Shunkoh
- Presented by: Taito
- Main article: Tatsujin/Magazine articles.
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