Image Fight II - Operation Deepstriker [Model ICCD2002]

NEC PC-Engine CD published 32 years ago by Irem Corp.

Listed in MAME

Image Fight II - Operation Deepstriker © 1992 Irem Corp.

Image Fight 2 is a vertical shooter by Irem and sequel of the arcade game Image Fight originally released in 1988. Humanity tries to rebuild itself from the aftermath of the first Image Fight - the computer on the moon was destroyed and peace had finally returned. But three years after the attack, a space probe detects unknown objects hurtling towards planet Earth. The signs are clear - a massive alien invasion is underway. After a first encounter around Saturn, Image Fight requires the player to progress through four simulation stages - the last six real stages can only be accessed if the simulation achievement rating is greater enough. Failing this requirements leads to a short but intense Penalty Area. All the primary weapons from the original game are also here for the taking. Up to three colored orbs can be attached to the ship and either fire forwards (blue) or in the opposite way the ship is moving (Red). Secondary devices are also available and can be equipped at the front of the ship - they include all kind of lasers and missiles. However the only way to switch to a different device is to receive a direct hit.

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BARCODE: 4962891500105


Image Fight 2 was released on December 18, 1992 in Japan for 7700 Yen.

[FR] March 1993 - Consoles + No. 18: 79/100


Full Power
Pause during the game and press Right, I, Down, I, Left and I. A chime will sound to indicate that ship is now equipped with all three pods. Unpause and resume the game.


Show Sawamura: Tohru Furuya
Falong Lie: Yuka Koyama
Gregolie Craus: Yusaku Yara
Niel. L. Fargason: Takeshi Aono
Dr. Arzerstein: Kohei Miyauchi
Masaya Sawamura: Michihiro Ikemizu
Operater A: Shinichiro Ohta
Operater B: Yuko Nagashima
Narrator: Hirohiko Kakegawa

Game Designer: Yamashi
Object Designer: Nabe
Background Designer: Uma, Gucchi
Programmer: Kan-Chan
Sound: H!, Hiroshi

Director: Bros. T.T
Character Designer: Heart øF Klaxon
Animater: Frees Moøn
Digitizer: BøW!, Hirorin, Sizu, Tomo
Programmer: Get A$, Kitutuki
Music Composer: H!
3D Graphics Animation: Fuku-Chan, Ran

Special Thanks: Aoni Production, Swara Sound Systems, Tavac, Henkomi, Syun Kazakami
Producer: Kozo Okada, Motoyuki Yoshioka
Executive Producer: Yoshiyuki Takashima


Nintendo Wii [Virtual Console] japan (dec.11, 2007)


Game's ROM.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com