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Heaven's Gate (video game)

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Arcade system  Sony ZN-1
Developer  Racjin
Platforms  PlayStation, Arcade game
Initial release date  1996
Genre  Fighting game
Publishers  Atlus, JVC
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Director(s)  Hideki Yayama Takeshi Murata
Producer(s)  Hiroyuki Tanaka Shinichi Saitoh (Assistant producer)
Designer(s)  Yumiko Hattori (Game planner)
Composer(s)  Kenichi Tsuchiya Toshiko Tasaki Misaki Okibe
Mode(s)  Up to 2 players simultaneously
Similar  Racjin games, Fighting games

Heaven's Gate (ヘブンズゲート) is a 1996 3D fighting arcade game developed by Racdym (now known as Racjin) and published by Atlus. It is both Atlus and Racdym's first attempt in the 3D fighting game market.

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While in development, the game was known as "Ultimate Domain", and was intended to run on the Sega Model 2 hardware.

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The game was ported to the PlayStation (console) by Atlus, being released on On December 13, 1996 in Japan. In October 1997, JVC Digital Studios published it in Europe under the title Yusha: Heaven's Gate.

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References

Heaven's Gate (video game) Wikipedia


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