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Redmond, WA (May 15, 2009) – Valcon Games, a video game publishing company that brings quality products to the North American market, brings to the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft the classic shooter – Raiden Fighter Aces. All three extremely popular coin-op Raiden Fighter games can now be found on one disc in this faithfully recreated ultimate collection. The game began shipping in North America this week, and will be selling for a suggested retail price of $19.99.

“Arcade fans of this classic game will be thrilled that they can get the same arcade experience without leaving the house,” said Glenn Halseth, co-founder of Valcon Games. “We included all the original gameplay of the original games, plus added enhanced features to accommodate next-generation gamers.”

In addition to the nonstop action, Valcon Games has added new features, such as a new training mode that lets players modify every aspect of their ships and wingmen; skip to any level; or play in slow motion. Comprehensive screen and control settings let gamers play each game full-screen as a side-scroller, or even vertically on a rotated 4:3 display.

Players also don’t have to dogfight alone. Now, two players can play co-op games offline, or choose to play as a lone-wolf in Arcade Mode, posting high-scores and gameclips to Xbox LIVE® online entertainment network.

Key Game Features


•ï€  All three Raiden Fighters games on one disc

•ï€  Training mode, with slow-motion, level selection, and ship configuration

•ï€  Leaderboards and gameclips for online and offline play

•ï€  Two-player cooperative offline play

•ï€  Standard vertical scrolling, full-screen side-scrolling, or full-screen vertical scrolling on a rotated display

•ï€  Visual filters to simulate classic display-types, or change the feel of the game
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