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Keio Flying Squadron
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, called Keio Flying Squadron (慶応遊撃隊) in Japan, is a 1993 comical shoot-'em-up for the Keiou Yuugekitai Sega Mega-CD by Victor Entertainment. It was followed by .
Keio Flying Squadron 2
The protagonist Rami, a girl wearing a bunny suit, and her dragon pet Spot (ぽち in the Japanese version), set out to recover a stolen treasure.
shoots, changes the dragons movement speed. Staying still makes up to two mini dragons appear. They behave similar to options as seen in games like Konami's Gradius series. uses these mini dragons to releases a powerfull shot
The western release was slightly censored, for example:
Rami's age was increased
The dragon's testicles, visible in a cutscene leading to the second stage, were removed
Main article: Keio Flying Squadron/Magazine articles.
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(US) #5: "November 1994" (1994-xx-xx)
also published in:
Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) #65: "December 1994" (1994-xx-xx) 
Sega Retro Average
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Games World (UK)
(UK) Mega Action
(UK) Mean Machines Sega
Player One (FR)
(UK) Sega Magazine
(UK) Sega Power
(UK) Sega Pro
(UK) Sega Pro
(UK) Sega Force Mega
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File:EGM US 065.pdf, page 367
File:MeanMachinesSega13UK.pdf, page 60
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