Ray’z Arcade Chronology for PS4’s TAITO Titans Blasting Abroad


A cheaper, alternative version named RayStorm x RayCrisis HD Collection will also release for $39.99, and this will be available both digitally and physically. However, it will remove RayForce from the roster. Meanwhile, a Strictly Limited Games Collector’s Edition will come with a bunch of physical paraphernalia, and will include RayForce’s previously unreleased prototype successor R-Gear. You might want to move fast on that one, as copies are restricted to around 1,000 units.

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  • Ray’z Arcade Chronology, the shmup collection that was recently announced for the PS4 in Japan, will be released in a variety of ways, as is traditional for ININ Games, and you’ll need a degree to understand them all. Let’s start with the essential details, and then: Five different games are included in the core collection, which will be available digitally via the PS Store for $49.99.

  • A complete mess of a product slate, then, but we suppose the main thing is that the main Ray’z Arcade Chronology is getting a Western release. For more on the package, check out our previous article through here. Google recently released the “Android 13 Security Release Notes,” which indicate that the upcoming major version of the mobile OS will debut in September, along with the August 2022 Security Bulletin. The “vulnerabilities affecting Android devices which are addressed as part of Android 13” are described in these release notes. The Android runtime, Framework, Media Framework, Package, Platform (mentioned twice for some reason), and System all have a total of 107 CVEs published by Google.