Galactic Attack / Layer Section vs RayForce (Nintendo Switch Versions)

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Upon releasing my video for Ray’z Arcade Chronology, I was contacted by a viewer, who asked about the differences between RayForce (arcade) from Ray’z and the SEGA Saturn version of RayForce. I agreed to do a side by side comparison on my YouTube channel.

Overall, the games are not very different. City Connection released the Saturn version for modern hardware. While I do not notice the lag people often complain about, from their releases, Galactic Attack / Layer Section, like the original Saturn release is a bit more zoomed in. RayForce is a vertical shoot’em-up, and as a result, the original was configured with the screen on its side, giving a vertical appearance (also known as TATE mode). Since the Saturn was a home version of the game, it did make sense to fill up more of a television screen, without turning it on its side.

I never played the original games, so my only points of reference are these Switch (and PS4) games. I did not notice any lag on either version of the game.


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