Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon

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Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon
Developer Gazelle
Publisher Banpresto / Sega
Designer Junya Inoue
Release date March 1995
Genre Beat 'em Up
Control 8-way Joystick, 3 Buttons
Orientation Horizontal
Arcade hardware CAVE 1st Generation Hardware
Sound Yamaha YMZ280B @ 16.9344 MHz
Display 15KHz

Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon (or Sailor Moon Arcade) is a beat 'em up video game developed by Gazelle and published by Banpresto in March 1995. It was designed by Junya Inoue, who also designed Toaplan's Knuckle Bash, another beat 'em up inspired by Final Fight.

Gameplay

The player controls one of the five original Senshi. Each of them has some animated sequences of blows and has their own special attack that does damage to all on-screen enemies at once. The special attacks can only be used after collecting crystals from around the game. Mostly, the fighting is physical rather than magical.

The player fight up to one dozen enemies at one time, and the enemies are assorted villains from the series.

Versions

Two versions of the game exists: 95/03/22 and 95/03/22B. The latter fixes a bug with the Tuxedo Mask boss battle.

Personnel

  • Supervisors : Naoko Takeuchi, Fumio Osano
  • Executive Producer : Kisaburoh Higashi
  • Producer : Johan Satoh
  • Coordinator : Toshifumi Kawashima
  • Director : Hiroyuki Fujimoto
  • Artistic Director : Satoshi Iwataki
  • Assistant Artistic Director : Toshinobu Komazawa
  • Graphics : Junya Inoue, Mihoko Sudoh, Otokazu Eda, Yuhko Tataka, Shingo Ishikawa, Mikio Yamaguchi, Kumi Kayama, Noboru Inamoto Masayuki Ohsumi, Tohru Iwataki
  • Animation Supervisor : Kensei Sasaki
  • Animation Director : Kazuko Tadano
  • Animators : Hiromi Matsushita, Studio Live
  • Digitising animations : Miki Higuchi, Mutsuo Danki, Hiroko Koyano, Mayumi Onodera
  • Music : Seiichi Sakurai
  • Sound Effects : Yoshitatsu Sakai
  • Hardware Supervisor : Hideki Ikinaga
  • Hardware Coordinator : Kazuhisa Takasu
  • Hardware Conception : Hiroyuki Nagayoshi
  • Programming : Hiroyuki Fujimoto
  • Voices :
    • Kotono Mitsuishi : Sailor Moon
    • Aya Hisakawa : Sailor Mercury
    • Michie Tomizawa : Sailor Mars
    • Emi Shinohara : Sailor Jupiter
    • Rika Fukami : Sailor Venus[1]

References