R-Type Leo

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  • R-Type Leo

    R-Type Leo ( Aru Taipu Reo) is a 1992 horizontally scrolling shooter arcade game developed by Nanao and published by Irem. R-Type Leo is also the last R-タイプ game to be released in the arcades, as subsequent games were created for consoles. It was also never ported to any consoles, and only received consumer release in Dotemu’s Irem Arcade Hits pack for Windows computers, published in 2013. It’s a straight emulation, but the packed-in emulator isn’t as solid as MAME. Released only in arcades, deviates from the normal R-Type style by removing the use of both the Force and the Wave Cannon. The new weapons are Force Bits (later identified in R-Type Final as “Psy Bits”) which carry similar firepower to the main ship.

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  • R-Type Leo Wiki

    R-Type Leo (アールタイプ・レオ) was released exclusively in Japan in December 1992, running on the Irem M-92 arcade board. Similar to Irem's own Armored Police Unit Gallop, Leo instead replaces both the Force and Wave Cannon in favor of the Bit Devices - the charge meter will instead cause the bits to fling towards other enemies instead of creating a large power shot. The game was programmed by Irem's former parent company Nanao through their arcade game division, as opposed to being developed in-house by Irem. It is the only R-Type arcade game to never see a home console release.

    説明

    Currently released only in arcades, R-Type Leo deviates from the normal R-Type style by removing the use of both the Force and the Wave Cannon. The new weapons are "Psy Bits" which carry similar firepower to the main ship. As in other R-Type titles, the ship weapons are changed by one of three colored crystal items:

    Red - Air-to-Air Laser (Claw Laser in Final) - a powerful horizontal laser beam and horizontal traverse wave
    Blue - Reflective Laser (Mirror Laser in Final) - fires multiple ricocheting lasers, similar to the standard R-Type series blue weapon.
    Green - Homing Laser (Search Laser LRG in Final) - fires semi-homing lasers that can bend at 90° angles.

    Unlike most Bit Devices (the other exception being Image Fight), the Psy Bits are capable of firing forward or backwards; the direction is controlled by movement of the ship itself. Instead of the series-standard Wave Cannon, there is the "Bit Cypher", where the Psy Bits detach from the ship and collide with the nearest enemy at high velocity. The Bits can only do this for so long before running out of energy, and must be recalled to the ship to recharge.

    Additionally, R-Type Leo is the only game in the series to allow 2 players to play simultaneously.

    The export release of R-Type Leo is easier than the Japanese version in two key ways. In the export version, when the player loses a life, the ship will immediately return to that spot instead of starting at the beginning of the level or checkpoint; the Japanese version uses checkpoints like other games in the series. Second, in the export version, the Bit Cypher is used with a second button, independent of the ship's regular weapons. In the Japanese version, only one button is used: tap to fire the ship's regular weapons, hold to fire the Bit Cypher, much like the Wave Cannon in the main R-Type games. Because of this, the ship's other weapons are disabled during the Bit Cypher.

    StoryAfter the R-9, there was the R-9 Leo. Humanity and the Bydo Empire have found peace and stability after much conflict. With this newfound peace, humanity continues to set up Project Paradise, which is the creation of a new planet, called Eden, for human use. Major, the bio-computer responsible for the operation of Eden, takes control over the defense systems and attacks humanity. The R-9 Leo is then deployed to destroy Major and its defenses.

    SpacecraftContrary to other R-Type missions, TP-2 POW Armor does not make an appearance here. Instead, small satellites call the Pow Box can be destroyed for power-ups.

    R-9Leo Leo.
    Armaments

    Homing Missile
    Laser Crystal: Since Leo lacks a Force, the laser crystals change the R-9Leo's main and Bit Device weapon. Laser crystals change color every other second, so the pilot need only wait until the desired color is showing to obtain the weapon of choice. All laser crystals grant a forward-firing attack for the R-9Leo, and the Bit Device handles the weapon's 'colored' property.
    Psy Bit: Picking up a laser crystal immediately grants the pilot both Bit Devices, instead of the typical one-at-a-time.

    Stages

    Stage 1: Paradise Planet
    Stage 2: Red Hot Desert
    Stage 3: Tropical Forest
    Stage 4: Floating Continent
    Stage 5: Inside of Ruins
    Stage 6: Core of the Planet

    Trivia

    The same glob-like enemies seen near Major's control room can be seen in R-Type Delta during the stage Evil implying that the Bydo may have assimilated Major. However, this may just be a coincidence.
    R-Type Leo serves to be a possible tribute to Konami's Gradius series due of many similarities in the game, for example, The Ion Ring laser.


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  • R-Type Leo Walkthrough

    R-Type Leo is considered the black sheep of the series. Not because it’s particular bad or anything – it’s quite a bit better than R-Type II – but because it barely plays like an R-Type game. This is because it wasn’t originally developed as part of the series. Rather, it was an original shooter developed by a part of Irem called Nanao (later known as Eizo) who primarily manufactured monitors and other display equipment. Late in development, Irem brought it into the R-Type series, solely for name recognition purposes. As a result, it is considered a “gaiden” game.

    Since it’s not really an R-Type game, the Bydo are nowhere to be found. Instead, it focuses on an artificial planet called Eden, which has turned against its creators and launched an attack on mankind. The R-9 Leo is sent in to fight in a war known as the Eden Paradox.

    There is no Force pod at all. Instead, you have two satellites that hover above your ship. As you move forward, they aim backward; as you move backward, they aim forward. Technically your charge shot is gone – instead, the satellites can be fired forward once your power meter is full, which charges automatically. They’ll home in on a foe and do a ton of damage, before almost immediately returning back to your ship There are three different colored weapons, similar to the ones from R-Type, though since the power-up icons cycle when dropped, you can pick and choose which one you’d like to equip. There are missiles and bits too, which, along with the design of the ship, are really the only remaining connections to the main series. There’s two player simultaneous play, the first for an R-Type game. The overseas (non-Japanese) version even lets you resurrect right where you die, instead of sending you back to a checkpoint. As a result, it’s much less difficult than other games in the series.

    The game runs on more advanced hardware than the first two games, but despite running at a slightly lower resolution, the greater color palette allows for much more depth. And it looks absolutely incredible. The visuals move away from the bio-mechanical and are replaced with lush, colorful visuals. In the first stage, floating behind the wreckage of a space station, the bright blue planet provides a contrast to the destruction in the foreground. The descent onto Eden begins in the desert, through a series of ruins, and into a bright green jungle beneath the planet’s surface. The bosses share the same attention to detail, with even the more intimidating insects or robots designed with attractive coloration.

    The music is much peppier, too. Each stage begins with a digitized voice countdown – “three, two, one!” – before launching off into stylized house-influenced beats. There’s not much variation in the music – the later levels sound similar to the first – but matches the more upbeat style and pacing.

    Some of the later bosses rip off Gradius just a little too much. In particular, there’s a section where you need to dodge between the legs of two gigantic robots is a close variation of a similar segment in Gradius II. Even though it lacks the careful design and required strategy of the other R-Type games, Leo is still damned good, and well worth playing just for the sights and sounds.

    R-Type Leo is also the last R-Type game to be released in the arcades, as subsequent games were created for consoles. It was also never ported to any consoles, and only received consumer release in Dotemu’s Irem Arcade Hits pack for Windows computers, published in 2013. It’s a straight emulation, but the packed-in emulator isn’t as solid as MAME.



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