Synonyms for raiden or Related words with raiden

orochi              heihachi              agito              raidou              mewtwo              zangief              soulcalibur              mileena              homura              balrog              ermac              shinobi              akuma              kitana              yugi              goku              yaiba              jotaro              mechagodzilla              kaiba              gouken              ganon              itachi              haseo              shion              abaranger              bayonetta              kenshiro              shinnok              gingka              kakashi              ryuga              yusei              mazinkaiser              jedah              shinra              hiryu              gradius              ryoma              genma              tekken              mukuro              iczer              takeru              benkei              kuririn              ultraman              nakoruru              guilmon              samus             

Examples of "raiden"
A "Raiden/Raiden II" soundtrack was published by INH CO.,LTD. It includes soundtracks from Raiden (arcade, PlayStation), Raiden II (arcade, PlayStation), Raiden DX (arcade) and Raiden Densetsu (FM Towns), as well as a booklet; Go Sato liner note; gallery.
While "Raiden", "Raiden II" and "Raiden DX" give a 1,000,000 points mission clear bonus and loop back to the first level, Raiden III ends with an animation without looping.
The Raiden Fighters games inadvertently became associated with the Raiden series. The first "Raiden Fighters" game was originally a completely unrelated game with the name Gun Dogs during development. Seibu Kaihatsu changed its name to "Raiden Fighters" due to market tests of the game performing better in the public with the Raiden name.
In addition, this game and the original "Raiden" were released for the PlayStation as "The Raiden Project".
Seibu Kaihatsu developed the "Raiden" games and its related spin-offs from 1990 until 1998. The license of "Raiden" was later purchased by MOSS. Since 2005, all "Raiden" games have been on various Taito boards (Taito Type X).
Level design is related to prior "Raiden" games: the first three levels are particularly close to previous games, with the first based on the original "Raiden"; the bosses are also similar to those in the corresponding levels of Raiden II and Raiden DX.
The Raiden Project, originally released in Japan as simply is a port of the arcade games "Raiden" and "Raiden II" to the PlayStation. It was released in North America as an original launch title on September 9, 1995, in Japan on January 27, 1995 and in Europe in November 1995. This was the only console release of "Raiden II".
The series began with the first game, titled "Raiden Fighters", released in 1996. It was followed by two sequels: "Raiden Fighters 2: Operation Hell Dive" (1997) and "Raiden Fighters Jet" (1998). It took until the year 2008, a full decade after the release of "Raiden Fighters Jet", for any of the games to be ported to a home video game console.
Weapons in "Raiden V" are the combination among all former Raiden series, from Raiden III and IV, collected weapon will upgrade one level per pick up although power up color is different from current weapon, but using weapon system in "Raiden I" and "II" by collecting different weapon will only change weapon, not upgrading. Those mean collecting power up in Raiden V will upgrade only one weapon at a time.
The music of "Raiden Fighters 2" is composed in the techno style with some instances of drum and bass (the theme of the boss stages). The soundtrack was composed by Go Satoh. His past works include the soundtracks of "Raiden II", parts of "Raiden DX", "Viper Phase 1", "Senkyu" ("Battle Balls" in the USA), and the first "Raiden Fighters".
A common belief is that the "Raiden Fighters" series is part of the original "Raiden" series. During the first "Raiden Fighters"' development, it went by the tentative working title of Gun Dogs. Seibu Kaihatsu changed the name to "Raiden Fighters" before its release. In pre-release market tests, Seibu Kaihatsu discovered that people paid more attention to the game when it had the word Raiden in its name. Two cameo ships from Seibu Kaihatsu's popular vertical-scrolling shooter games, including the mascot ship from main "Raiden" series, were added to coincide with the name change. There were originally only the five standard aircraft in the first game.
It is interesting to note that before "Raiden Fighters Aces", there have been multiple attempts to port "Raiden Fighters" games to home consoles; these attempts have all failed.
Unlike in previous "Raiden" games, the bomb's action in "Raiden III" is immediate: a ball of flame spreads out rapidly from the position the player.
While providing security detail in an unnamed African country for its prime minister, N'Mani, Maverick operative Raiden and his team are attacked by Desperado, a rogue PMC involved in terrorism. While Raiden fends off Desperado forces, their leader "Sundowner" manages to kidnap and execute N'Mani. Sundowner's comrade, Samuel "Jetstream Sam" Rodriguez, fights and defeats Raiden, severely damaging his cyborg body. Raiden survives, and Doktor later gives him a new black cyborg armor.
Raiden co-starred in his own three-issue miniseries "Rayden & Kano". In this miniseries, it is stated that, while his fellow gods remain out of mortal affairs, Raiden never remains silent, and always tries to give the good side an advantage in the eternal struggle. Raiden saved Kano's life, and attempted to give him a sword called "Ebbonrule," which drew strength from an evil man who turned to the side of good. Raiden hoped Kano would slay Shao Kahn using the sword's power, but Kano gave the sword to Shao Kahn instead in exchange for godlike powers, which left Raiden to realize that his actions would never tip the balance of good and evil. During the last "Tournament Edition" issue, Raiden commandeered the group of heroes in Shao Kahn's tournament. He ultimately sacrificed himself to save the team from an ambush from Kano, Kintaro, Goro and Smoke. Raiden was depicted as having two female servants, named Wynd and Rayne.
"The Raiden Project", originally released in Japan as simply is a port of the arcade games "Raiden" and "Raiden II" to the PlayStation. It was also a launch title for the system released September 9, 1995. This would be the only time that "Raiden II" would be released on a console. The game is an arcade perfect port (hence Project), not emulated, probably because emulating this game on PS1 hardware is not possible.
Raiden consists of eight vertical scrolling missions where the player maneuvers the Raiden craft dodging and destroying enemy robots, buildings, ground targets, and aircraft. There are bombs and missile powerups as well as collectable medals which add to the score. Raiden II is similar, and has additional weapons, new enemies and terrains.
When Raiden was still an active wrestler, his home village's residents built monuments honoring his parents. Raiden himself contributed a sake barrel made of stone in memory of his father. Since his death, Raiden appeared not only as subject of a number of statues, but also on postage stamps and beer labels.
The game that began the franchise was "Raiden", which has been 26 months at the top 10 in the charts. It was ported for the PlayStation as "The Raiden Project", and other ports, including Amiga, Atari Jaguar, TurboGrafx-16 (in HuCard and Super CD-ROM² format, the latter version titled "Super Raiden"), Atari Lynx, Super NES, PC, Mega Drive/Genesis and mobile phones.
Players may have to select aircraft to run the game like Raiden Fighter and Raiden IV Overkill, they are Azuma; aka famous ME-02, Spirit of Dragon and Moulin Rogue. They all have different power, defense, mobility and sub-weapon that need not to upgrade. Unlike "Raiden IV", all aircraft has the same bomb as ME-02 had.