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|System(s): Sega Mega-CD|
|Publisher: Wolf Team|
|Developer: Wolf Team, Telenet Japan|
|Number of players: 1|
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Devastator (デバステイター) is a Sega Mega-CD game that mixes platforming action and horizontal shoot-'em-up sections, developed by Wolf Team and Telenet Japan. The game takes place in a cyberpunk world. It was only released in Japan and South Korea. The game is based on the OVA anime "D-1 Devastator" and features various anime sequences.
The player gets to pilot a giant red mechanoid, which can take up to 5 hits before exploding. and shoots and attacks with a chain mounted blade. This can be combined with the directional buttons to perform 4-way attacks in platforming stages. is used for jumping in platforming stages and turning around in shooting stages. + performs a dash in platforming stages. Points are accumulated by destroying enemies and collecting items. Power up items a dropped by flashing enemies.
Featured items are:
- Laser (weapon)
- Bomer(sic!) (weapon)
- Shot (weapon)
- Question mark item (bonus points)
- Life (restores one bar of health)
Each weapon has a maximum for 4 power levels
There are three difficulty levels to pick from. They only modify the fierceness of enemy attacks (e.g. bullets become faster). Enemy placement and damage received is not affected.
Losing a life takes the player back to the latest checkpoint.
|Stage 1: City|
|Stage 2: Bio-mechanized|
This stage boss use of the Sega Mega-CD's scaling ability.
|Stage 3: Clouds|
|Stage 4: Sand-mechanized|
|Stage 5: Jungle|
|Stage 6: Palace|
|Stage 7: Mountains|
Stage boss rush. There is no checkpoint in this stage.
- Ryo: Toshihiko Seki
- Kaoru: Yumi Tohma
- Nami: Meena Tominaga
- Jeldy: Fumi Hirano
- Yamashiro: Kaneto Shiozawa
- Yuuka: Mika Kanai
- Ethiman: Tessyoh Genda
- Game Design: Hiroshi Ogawa
- Main Program: Kazunori Ueno
- Sub Program: Shinji Hirachi
- CD Program: Chikaaki Tokuhiro
- Visual Program: Satoshi Kawabata
- Graphic Design: Tadashi Hamada, Nobuo Kanuma, Hiroshi Uehira, Hidekimi Takezaki, Akihiro Kabaya, Sakadate, K.Karasumaru
- Composition: Motoi Sakuraba, Ryota Furuya, Shinji Tamura
- Original Bill: Sphius.Lab, Toshi Yoshida
- Super Intendence: Tetsuo Isami
- Scenario: Seiji Togawa
- Design Works: Chouji Maboroshi, Yasuhiro Moriki, Hiroyuki Hataike, Mosami Ohbari
- Sound Track: Yoshitetsu Jahana
- Media Mix Coodinate: Junichi Basaki
- Official Report: Emiko Kobayashi, Akinobu Shiratori, Tomoko Murakami
- Manufacture Cooperate: Studio Signal
- Edit: Atsushi Fujimoto, Mitomo VTC., Go Say Do
- Editor: Hiroshi Kohno
- MA: Kohichi Imazeki
- NA: Tamiyoshi Okuda
- Thanks: Yoshiyuki Hirate, Kiyoharu Goto, Isao Kadowaki, Hiroshi Hashimoto, Yugo Akai, Takeshi Ikeda, Tatsuya Tezuka, Naoki Watabe, Masaking, Kazuya Ishizuka, Ryuichi Ishizawa, Toshimasa Hagiwara, Fumio Shimoyama, Kenichi Suzuki, Takeharu Kimura, Mitsutoshi Yasumori
- Special Thanks: Kazuyuki Fukushima
- Assistant Produce: Takeshi Okuda
- Produce: Joe Asanuma, Masaaki Uno
- Exextive Produce: Masahiro Akishino
- Original: © Takara 1992, © Telenet Japan/Wolfteam 1993
- Main article: Devastator/Magazine articles.
|Sega Retro Average|
- Main article: Devastator/Technical information.
- https://sega.jp/fb/segahard/mcd/soft_licensee.html (Wayback Machine: 2019-06-10 17:56)
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