Fire Striker

Fire Striker

Fire Striker

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Firestriker (ホーリーストライカー?, lit. 'Holy Striker')[4] is an overhead view action video game that was released on December 17, 1993 in Japan and on October 1994 in North America exclusively for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System/Super Famiconm. Summary[edit] A player has to fight a boss battle against a creature that resembles a hybrid between a bird and a woman. The four element-based kingdoms competed against each other for the Trialight, a weapon that was designed by an archmage named Wylde that can only be handled by a Firestriker.[3][5] In the end, the wind kingdom won and united the four realms under their control.[3][5] The archmage was not content with this peaceful world and sent in four monsters to topple this united planet.[3][5] Playing as the Slader (the final Firestriker), he must help the kingdom of wind liberate the other kingdoms and defeat the monsters that lie in his path.[3][5] This game is more of a pinball-like action video game as opposed to it being a standard role-playing video game.[5] The Trialight is a ball of fire that operates like a standard pinball.[5] While the Firestriker can freely walk across the screen, he must prevent the Trialight from falling off the screen.[5] Other conditions for losing is having the Firestriker get killed by monsters and failing to get the Trialight to the screen's immediate exit.[5] The left and right shoulder buttons control a magician who always is at the bottom of the screen in one-player mode.[5] Bosses must be defeated and other Firestrikers can be made allies in order to beat important parts of the game.[5] The game also allows Firestriker duels for two to four players in addition to a co-operative mode for two-player simultaneous action.[5] Firestriker duels for four players tend to play out more like soccer matches as opposed to two-player and three-player duels.[6]

How to play:

↑ = up
→ = right
↓ = down
← = left

X = A Button
Z = B Button
S = X Button
A = Y Button

Q = L Button
W = R Button

R = Select
Enter = Start

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