Rainmaker Productions and M2 announced Assault Suits Valken Declassified, a remastered and uncensored version of Assault Suits Valken from the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game has also been retranslated for a worldwide release on Nintendo Switch this spring.
Here’s an overview of the Assault Suits Valken Declassified via Rainmaker Productions:
About Assault Suits Valken Declassified
Originally released for the Super Famicom/SNES in 1992, Assault Suits Valken takes place in a future where two governments are at war over both Earth’s dwindling natural resources and the territorial rights to its moon. Assuming the role of soldier Jake Brain, players will pilot his classic mecha through a variety of challenging 2D run-and-gun missions as they seek to fulfil Jake’s objective of destroying the opposing government’s most powerful extraterrestrial weapon — Bildvorg.
- Unedited and uncensored version of Assaults Suits Valken with a new English translation.
- New recreation of the 80-page Japanese Guidebook translated into English.
- Inclusion of both the arranged and game soundtracks.
- New interview with Satoshi Nakai about the original game’s mecha design.
- New artwork by Satoshi Urusihihara, the original game’s character designer.
- New “Retro Color” screen filter, along with regular CRT and scanlines options.
- Super Play of the game with its “good ending”.
- Save/Load states as well as Replay record and playback functionality.
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