Rendering Ranger: R2
|Rendering Ranger: R2|
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|Release date||November 17, 1995 (JP)|
|Age rating(s)||CERO: n/a (not rated)|
|Arcade system||Arcade System Missing|
|Media||Super Famicom cartridge|
|Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough|
Rendering Ranger: R2 is a 1995 Super Famicom side scrolling action video game that is gun-oriented. A high score screen is present and there are many different types of laser guns to acquire throughout the post-apocalyptic adventure. The player can choose from three to seven lives. However, there are no continues so practice is essential to winning the game. The player can take five hits before losing a life but pits automatically make him lose a life. Weapons are found in floating orbs, and each color holds a different kind of gun.
The game was developed by Manfred Trenz, creator of the Turrican series. This game was only released in Japan, but almost everything is in English. According to an interview with Trenz, he stated that the game was originally named as Targa and it featured hand drawn graphics, and later it was changed to pre-rendered graphics following the success of Donkey Kong Country, hence the name change. By the time the game was finally finished, the only company interested in publishing it was the Japanese branch of Virgin Interactive.
The game is extremely rare as only 5000 cartridges were produced. Collectors can expect to pay well over 1000 dollars for a copy.