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R-Type Final 2 is the star of this month’s Retro Gamer

In the latest issue of Retro Gamer, the team spoke with Granzella founder Kazuma Kujo about the recently released R-Type Final 2.

The famous creator describes how the April 1st R-Type Final’s announcement on April 1 caused confusion among excited fans: “April 1 can be considered the start of the year for Japanese companies, so I was going to announce that in the process. Everyone’s Seeing his reaction, I regretted having had this confusing moment.”

That said, Kazuma has no regrets about the recently released R-Type Final 2 or the series in general, and you can read up on his take on the storied franchise, from the creation of the groundbreaking Force to his ambitious plans for R-. Write Final 2 in our new edition.

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There’s more to be excited about in issue 220 of Retro Gamer. Wonder Boy creator Ryuichi Nishizawa revisits Monster World IV and explains how it was reinvented as Wonder Boy: Asha In Monster World. We also look at every aspect of it, from the characters of Capcom’s Power Stone game to the anime spin-off show, and Nintendo’s Donkey Kong Jr. We’re going to the game.

Other highlights of Issue 200 include the history of Roland, Amstrad’s mascot, the evolution of the Impossible Mission series from the Commodore 64 to the PlayStation 2, and how Eidos was formed from Domark’s ashes.

The Retro Gamer 220 issue is now available at newsstands and also from Magazines Direct.


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R-Type Final 2 is the star of this month’s Retro Gamer

In the latest issue of Retro Gamer, the team chat with Granzella’s founder, Kazuma Kujo about the recently released R-Type Final 2.
The celebrated creator reflects on how announcing R-Type Final 2 on April’s Fool Day caused confusion with excited fans: “For Japanese companies, April 1 can be considered the beginning of their year, so I was going to announce it during this period. Seeing everyone’s reaction, I regretted going with this confusing timing.”
Kazuma has no regrets about the recently released R-Type Final 2 however, or the series in general and you can read about his opinions on the celebrated franchise, from the creation of the innovative Force, to his ambitious plans for R-Type Final 2 in our new issue.

(Image credit: Future)
There’s plenty more to get excited about in issue 220 of Retro Gamer. Chris Crawford revisits his politically-charged strategy epic, Balance Of Power, while Wonder Boy creator, Ryuichi Nishizawa revisits Monster World IV and explains how it’s being reinvented as Wonder Boy: Asha In Monster World. We also examine ever aspect of Capcom’s Power Stone, from its characters to its anime spin-off show and go ape over Nintendo’s Donkey Kong Jr.
Other highlights of issue 200 include the history of Amstrad mascot Roland, the evolution of the Impossible Mission series, from Commodore 64 to PlayStation 2, and how Eidos was formed from the ashes of Domark.
Issue 220 of Retro Gamer is on newsstands now and you can also pick it up from Magazines Direct.

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