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Gunstar Heroes
System(s): Sega Mega Drive, Sega Game Gear, PlayStation Network, Virtual Console, Xbox 360, Steam, iOS, Android
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
Sound driver:
Sega Mega Drive
SMPS 68000 (Treasure)
Genre: Action































Number of players:
Sega Mega Drive
1-2
Sega Game Gear
1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
JP
¥6,800 G-4103
Sega Mega Drive
US
$49.99[1] 1077
Sega Mega Drive
UK
£49.99[2] 1077
Sega Mega Drive
FR
?F 1077
Sega Mega Drive
DE
DM 110[4] 1077
Sega Mega Drive
ES
?Ptas 1077
Sega Mega Drive
AU
$? ?
Sega Mega Drive
BR
R$? 044780
Sega Mega Drive
KR
₩? GM94008JG



Sega Game Gear
JP
¥3,800 G-3349



Arcade (Mega Play)
JP
¥? ?


















Wii Virtual Console
JP
600pts
CERO: A
Wii Virtual Console
US
800pts
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Wii Virtual Console
EU
800pts
PEGI: 3+
Wii Virtual Console
DE
800pts
USK: 12
Wii Virtual Console
AU
800pts
OFLC: PG
Xbox 360
JP
400MSP
CERO: A
Xbox 360
JP
(Otameshiban)
FREE
CERO: A
Xbox 360
US
400MSP
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Xbox 360
US
(Trial Game)
FREE
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Xbox 360
EU
400MSP
PEGI: 3+
Xbox 360
EU
(Trial Game)
FREE
PEGI: 3+
Xbox 360
DE
400MSP
USK: 12
Xbox 360
DE
(Trial Game)
FREE
USK: 12
Xbox 360
UK
400MSP
PEGI: 3+
Xbox 360
UK
(Trial Game)
FREE
PEGI: 3+
Xbox 360
AU
OFLC: PG
Xbox 360
AU
(Trial Game)
FREE
OFLC: PG
Xbox 360
KR
400MSP
GRB: All
Xbox 360
KR
(Pyeong-gapan Game)
FREE
GRB: All
Sony PlayStation 3
JP
¥762 (800) NPJD-00012
CERO: A
Sony PlayStation 3
US
$4.99 NPUB-30078
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Sony PlayStation 3
EU
€4.49 NPEB-00096
PEGI: 3+
Sony PlayStation 3
DE
€4.49 NPEB-00096
USK: 12
Sony PlayStation 3
UK
£3.69 NPEB-00096
PEGI: 3+
Sony PlayStation 3
AU
$6.75 NPEB-00096
OFLC: PG
Sony PlayStation 3
KR
₩6,000 NPHB-00243
GRB: All
iOS
JP
¥350
iOS
US
$2.99
iOS
US
(Sega Forever)
FREE
iOS
EU
€1.59
9+
iOS
EU
(Sega Forever)
FREE
9+
iOS
UK
£1.99
9+
iOS
AU
$2.99
Steam
US
$2.99 71117
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Steam
EU
€2.49 71117
PEGI: 12+
Steam
DE
€2.49 71117
USK: 12
Steam
UK
£1.99 71117
PEGI: 12+
Steam
AU
$3.49 71117
OFLC: PG
Steam Linux
US
$0.99 71117
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Steam Linux
EU
€0.99 71117
PEGI: 12+
Steam Linux
DE
€0.99 71117
USK: 12
Steam Linux
UK
£0.79 71117
PEGI: 12+
Steam Linux
AU
$1.35 71117
OFLC: PG
Steam OS X
US
$0.99 71117
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Steam OS X
EU
€0.99 71117
PEGI: 12+
Steam OS X
DE
€0.99 71117
USK: 12
Steam OS X
UK
£0.79 71117
PEGI: 12+
Steam OS X
AU
$1.35 71117
OFLC: PG
Google Android OS
US
(Sega Forever)
FREE
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Google Android OS
EU
(Sega Forever)
FREE
PEGI: 3+
Google Android OS
DE
(Sega Forever)
FREE
USK: 6
Google Android OS
AU
(Sega Forever)
FREE
OFLC: PG

Gunstar Heroes (ガンスターヒーローズ) is a run-and-gun action video game developed by Treasure and published by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive, and is Treasure's debut game. A Sega Game Gear version was also developed by M2, which received a Japan-exclusive release.

During development it was known as Blade Gunner and Lunatic Gunstar.

Story

Gunstar Heroes' story differs depending on the region it was released in:

International versions

The Gunstar family has watched over the planet Gunstar 9 (G-9) for generations. In his youth, Professor White Gunstar had defeated the evil robot Golden Silver, a terrible machine that travelled millions of miles to suck the planet dry of its resources. White removed the Mystical Gems from the robot and sealed it on one of the planet's moons.

However, years later, the evil dictator Colonel Red has found the locations of the Mystical Gems, and intends to reactivate Golden Silver. He kidnaps the oldest Gunstar Sibling, Green, and put him under mind control, and with his help he has acquired all four Gems and turned Gunstar 9's peaceful worker droids into killing machines, and is now preparing to depart for Gunstar 9's moon to reactivate Golden Silver. It is now up to the Gunstar Twins, Red and Blue, to defeat Colonel Red's Empire Army and retrieve the Mystical Gems to prevent Golden Silver's reawakening.

Japanese version

Long ago, the Earth was pushed to the edge of oblivion by the god of destruction, Golden Silver, until the four Gunstars, Red, Blue, Green and Yellow, appeared and sealed it on the moon. Fearing its eventual revival, the Gunstars put themselves into cryogenic sleep so that they may stop Golden Silver once again when the time comes. Time passes and everything remains peaceful, until one day when General Grey appears to seek Golden Silver's four power crystals, and sends an excavation unit to the moon.

Dr. Brown, charged with leading General Grey's excavation unit, uncovers the four Gunstars at their resting place, learns of the events of the past, and vows to help them put a stop to Grey. However, Green has lost his memory, and General Grey tricks him into helping revive Golden Silver. This leaves Red and Blue to bring back their misled ally and stop General Grey from reawakening the terrible destructor.

Gameplay

Gunstar Heroes is a run-and-gun game played from a side-scrolling perspective similar to games such as Contra, either in single player or co-operative play. Assuming the role of Gunstar Red or Gunstar Blue, players move forward, defeating enemies using weaponry and melee throws that can be peformed using the B button, and defeating a variety of bosses and mid-bosses. Levels vary in bosses and gimmicks, ranging from riding mine carts to playing a board game.

The Gunstar Twins each have their own firing stance, which the player(s) can select when starting a new game along with a starting weapon. Red's firing stance is "Free Shot", which allows him to move and shoot at the same time. Blue's firing stance is "Fixed Shot", which prevents him from moving and shooting simultaneously, but allows him to fire in all eight cardinal directions.

Players have a number that measures their remaining vitality, which starts at 100 at the beginning of the game. If all vitality is lost, the player(s) must retry the stage from a previous checkpoint, but in a co-op game, a player that has fallen can borrow half the surviving player's vitality to continue, providing they have at least 2 points left. Vitality can be increased by picking up Vitality-Up items acquired by shooting enemies, boxes, electronic ducks or sometimes found just lying around. After clearing each level, the player's starting vitality is permanently increased by 20 points, reaching a maximum starting value of 220.

Weapons

The game's biggest gameplay mechanic is its weapons system. There are four types of weapons, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. The player(s) will start out with one type of weapon at the start of the game, but they can pick up other types of weapons through item drops, and swap their current weapons for other ones. A player can only hold two weapons at a time, which by pressing A can either be selected individually, or combined for a more effective type of weapon. The weapon that isn't flashing is the weapon that's currently in use.


Levels

The first four stages in the game can be played in any order the player{s} chooses, while the last three are played in a linear order.

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Stage 1 - The Ancient Ruins
The Empire Army's minions have been despatched to attack a peaceful village full of tiny natives in search of the blue crystal. With easy waves of enemies and the simple mid-bosses Papaya Dance and Bravoo Man, this is an ideal stage to start with. At the end of the stage, the player(s) must fight Pink and her flunkies, Kain and Kotarou, who ride a large battle mech known as the Pinky Roader, which they have used to mine for the gem.
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Stage 2 - The Underground Mine
This level has the player(s) ride a specially modified mine cart provided to them by Professor White/Dr. Brown in pursuit of Green, who has found the green gem. Once they enter the mine, the player(s) can switch gravity by pressing C twice to ride on either the floor or the ceiling. Enemy droids will attack from their own mine carts or from the large train commandeered by Smash Daisaku.

At the end of the stage, Green attacks the player(s) in the Seven Force, a multi-phase boss that is one of the most remembered boss fights of the game. The boss has seven forms to attack with, with the Soldier Force always being the first one, and the other six being fought in a randomised order. The number of forms that must be defeated varies by difficulty level, with three forms on Easy, five forms on Normal, and all seven forms on Hard and Expert.

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Stage 3 - The Flying Battleship
Captain Orange is departing in a battleship with the grey gem, and the Gunstars must pursue him on-board. Once they make it on board, they must deal with a swarm of droids and the Swapping Reg, then fight Smash Daisaku, who flies around and tosses bombs, on the blades of a helicopter. Afterwards, Orange will appear and deal with the Gunstars personally, attacking strictly with melee attacks and even riding the helicopter blades to cause damage. He is suspectible to melee throws, and takes the most damage from being thrown directly onto the helicopter, losing up to about 400 points when attacked that way.
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Stage 4 - Black's Dice Palace
Black has secured the red gem, and has built a silly dice maze for the Gunstars to get through. Upon entering the base, the player(s) must throw the die to move across the board, and complete whatever space they land on. Landing on a "FIGHT!" space will make the player fight a mini-boss or complete a specific challenge within a time limit, while landing on a "TAKE AN ITEM" space will send the player to an enemy-less room full of items. Landing on the "THE WAY BACK" space will send the player all the way back to the start, but won't reset any cleared spaces. In a two-player game, both players advance separately from one another, and only one player will play a challenge at a time, and the game may only allow a specific player to throw the die. If a player loses all their vitality in a challenge, that player must start again from the beginning of the board if they choose to continue using the remaining player's vitality.

If the player(s) make it to the goal, they will fight Black in the Black Beat Stepper, a mech that moves about using a die, and uses different attacks depending on what space it stops on. Once Black is defeated, he will toss a fake gem in a last-ditch attempt to catch the player(s) off-guard, so they must avoid it and shoot him for the real gem.

This stage is not present in the Game Gear version of the game.

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Stage 5
After having recovered all four gems, the Gunstars return to find that Professor White/Dr. Brown has been tied up, and Yellow has been kidnapped by the Empire Army, demanding all four gems for her ransom. Tasked with saving Yellow, the player(s) must make it through a very long and very large swarm of enemies to reach the Empire Army's ship. At the very end of the level, the player(s) will fight Smash Daisaku for the final time, with the Gunstars being forced to surrender the gems to General Grey in order to save Yellow's life.
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Stage 6
Yellow has been saved, and with the Empire Army having headed for the moon with the gems, Professor White/Dr. Brown has supplied the Gunstars with a spaceship that they can use to give chase with. This stage changes the gameplay to that of a space shoot-'em-up in which the player(s) pilots the spaceship to avoid asteroids and take out waves of enemies. By using the D-Pad and pressing C, the ship can boost in a given direction. In a two-player game, one player controls the main ship while the other controls a weapon satellite for added firepower, and the players can choose who will control the main ship before the stage begins. If both players press C at the same time, they will perform a stronger boost that offers the ship invincibility frames.

After defeating the Seven Force a second time, the player(s) will leave the ship and infiltrate the Empire Army ship as it lands on the moon, and fight the Core Guard System with three phases: Unit of the Hammer, Unit of the Dragon, and Unit of the Runner.

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Stage 7
The final stage in the game. This stage is a gauntlet of short platforming sections and multiple boss fights, with each core member of the Empire Army watching the Gunstars' progress on a giant screen and joining in the fight one after the other. In order, the player(s) must fight Kain and Kotarou in the Duck Battalion, Pink and Kotarou in the Pink Lobster, Orange, Black in the Black Fly, and Green.

After defeating all of these bosses and reaching General Grey's control room, the player(s) will face the final boss, Golden Silver. To defeat Golden Silver, the player(s) should focus on attacking the gems to inflict damage.

Achievements

Main article: Gunstar Heroes/Achievements.

History

Legacy

Gunstar Heroes was later re-released as part of Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 25: Gunstar Heroes Treasure Box in the Sega Ages 2500 series, alongside Dynamite Headdy and Alien Soldier. Interestingly, a prototype version of the game was included as an unlockable bonus.

In 2015, it was released for the Nintendo 3DS as 3D Gunstar Heroes. The same 3DS port was later included in Sega 3D Fukkoku Archives 3: Final Stage.

The game was later announced to be one of the first games to be included in the Mega Drive Mini, and is available in all regional variants of the system.

Versions

Emulated versions of the game have been released on the Wii Virtual Console, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, iOS and Steam. The iOS version was removed from sale on iTunes in 2015.[38] In 2017 the game was rereleased on iOS and Android as part of the Sega Forever brand.[39]

Version history

Main article: Gunstar Heroes/Changelog.
System Version Size Date Comment Ref Icon
Google Android OS
0000020000000000000000000000002.0.0 44MB 201901312019-01-31 [40] GunstarHeroes Android icon 100.png Download.svg (44.04 MB) i
Google Android OS
0000010000010000020000000000001.1.2 43MB 201811022018-11-02 [41] GunstarHeroes Android icon 100.png Download.svg (43.36 MB) i
Google Android OS
0000010000010000010000000000001.1.1 42MB 201808062018-08-06 [42] GunstarHeroes Android icon 100.png Download.svg (41.62 MB) i
Google Android OS
0000010000000000000000000000001.0.0 42MB 201712202017-12-20 Sega Forever [37] GunstarHeroes Android icon 100.png Download.svg (41.88 MB) i
iOS
0000030000010000010000000000003.1.1 133MB 201808062018-08-06 [43]
iOS
0000030000000000000000000000003.0.0 132MB 201712202017-12-20 Sega Forever [44]
iOS
0000020000000000000000000000002.0 6.7MB 201211302012-11-30 iOS6 Support [45]
iOS
0000010000000000000000000000001.0 5.7MB 201011222010-11-22 [46]

Downloadable content

Title and description Links Releases
Premium Upgrade

Google Android OS
US
2017-12-20[47] $1.99
Google Android OS
EU
2017-12-20[47] €2.29
Google Android OS
UK
2017-12-20[47] £1.99
Google Android OS
AU
2017-12-20[47] $2.99
iOS
US
2017-12-20[47] $1.99
iOS
EU
2017-12-20[47] €2.29
iOS
UK
2017-12-20[47] £1.99
iOS
AU
2017-12-20[47] $2.99

Production credits

Mega Drive version

Game Gear version

  • System Program, Trouble Shoot: K.Miura
  • SPR Driver, Arm's, Bomb's Program: J.Okada
  • System Design, Special Tools: S.Satoh
  • Tool Program, Support: A.Toyota
  • Tool Program, CD Manage: K.Uchida
  • Obj Design, BG Arts: N.Fujita
  • Obj Design, Boss Motion Design, Good Bye Blue: T.Takeda
  • Obj Design, BG Arts, Scene Set, Trouble Make: N.Horii
  • Audio Design: M.Yuzuno, M.Yoshida, Y.Mizusawa
  • Tokimeki Scene Set, Powerful BG Effects: T.Onda
  • Data Keep, Motion Design, Kitchen Manage: T.Kawachi
  • Data Make, Motion Design, Yellow Fan Club: G.Sumiyoshi
  • Special Guest: M.Kawasaki, T.Abe, Y.Kotaroh, T.Sugama, H.Sakurai, K.Hosobuchi, H.Shiraga
  • Original Works, Special Thanks: Treasure
  • Presented By: Sega

Digital manuals

Magazine articles

Main article: Gunstar Heroes/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

1993 09 - Software Sega.jpg

Mega Drive ES print advert

BeepMD JP 1993-09.pdfBeepMD JP 1993-09.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Beep! MegaDrive (JP) #1993-09: "September 1993" (1993-08-07)

BeepMD JP 1993-10.pdfBeepMD JP 1993-10.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Beep! MegaDrive (JP) #1993-10: "October 1993" (1993-09-08)

Artwork

Physical scans

Mega Drive version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
83 [51]
88 [52]
92 [53]
92 [54]
60 [55]
90 [56]
90 1999, p133
73 №248, p38
99 №10
98
90 [57]
88 №10, p74-76
92
90 №43
90 №1993-10, p41
88
87 No results[58]
88 №14
64 №12, p58
90 №5, p14/15
89
95 №21, p36-41
93 [59]
94 [60]
83
94 [61]
73 №47, p46/47
87 №23, p44/45
94 [62]
92 [63]
80 №7, p11
Sega Mega Drive
87
Based on
31 reviews

Mega Drive, US
Gunstar Heroes MD US Box.jpg
Cover
Gunstar Heroes MD US Cart.jpg
Cart
Gunstarheroes md us manual.pdf
Manual
Mega Drive, EU
GunstarHeroes MD EU Box.jpg
Cover
Mega Drive, JP
Gunstar Heroes MD JP Box.jpg
Cover
GunstarHeroes MD JP CartTop.jpg
Gunstarheroes md jp cart.jpg
Cart
GunstarHeroes MD jp manual.pdf
Manual
Mega Drive, JP (Jitsuenyou Sample)

GunstarHeroesSample MD JP Cart Top.jpg
GunstarHeroesSample MD JP Cart Back.jpgGunstarHeroesSample MD JP Cart.jpg
Cart
Mega Drive, AU

Mega Drive, BR
Gunstarheroes md br cover.jpg
Cover
Gunstar Heroes MD BR Manual.pdf
Manual
Mega Drive, KR
GunstarHeroes MD KR cover.jpg
Cover

Game Gear version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
85 [64]
Sega Game Gear
85
Based on
1 review

Game Gear, JP
Gunstar Heroes GG JP Top.jpg
Gunstar Heroes GG JP back.jpgGunstar Heroes GG JP Spine.jpgGunstar Heroes GG JP front.jpgGunstar Heroes GG JP Spine2.jpg
Cover
Gunstar Heroes GG JP cart.jpg
Cart
Gunstar Heroes GG JP Manual.pdf
Manual

Mega Play version

Mega Play,

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 b813cf0d
MD5 9a369cfc6355db48677771e345421e0e
SHA-1 7721e302555f16e3242ad4a47ed87a1de1882122
1MB 1993-06 Cartridge (US)
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 866ed9d0
MD5 3fb8a8dfd2cfea48ae3d378918691ee7
SHA-1 a7b265f49ec74f7febb8463c64535ceda15c8398
1MB 1993-06 Cartridge (EU)
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 1cfd0383
MD5 bc578767a82f008cd2d3f4226a98ec32
SHA-1 64ae3ef9d063d21b290849809902c221f6ab10d5
1MB 1993-06 Cartridge (JP)
Sega Mega Drive
CRC32 6f90b502
MD5 b424a225fcc5bcd9caea0ae48a5d07ec
SHA-1 a8d7f502d877b0ea3ff2431c94001e9d5dd84868
1MB 1993-04 Cartridge (JP) Sample Page
Sega Game Gear
 ?
CRC32 C3C52767
MD5 C46D46F3AB4873CB1ED7AE8B9B70F2B4
SHA-1 C373D3876659095BB869FF0E4BB7FFC68123CF3E
512kB Cartridge (JP)

External links

References

  1. GamePro, "February 1994" (US; 199x-xx-xx), page 54
  2. Computer & Video Games, "May 1994" (UK; 1994-04-15), page 97
  3. Edge, "October 1993" (UK; 1993-08-19), page 22
  4. MAN!AC, "11/93" (DE; 1993-xx-xx), page 31
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Music: Gunstar Heroes (1993) | Gunstar Heroes (2017)

Gunstar Heroes series of games
Sega Mega Drive
Gunstar Heroes (1993)
Sega Game Gear
Gunstar Heroes (1995)
Game Boy Advance
Gunstar Super Heroes (2005)
Sony PlayStation 2
Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 25: Gunstar Heroes Treasure Box (2006)
Wii Virtual Console
Gunstar Heroes (2006)
Xbox Live Arcade
Gunstar Heroes (2009)
Sony PlayStation 3
Gunstar Heroes (2009) | Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 25: Gunstar Heroes Treasure Box (2012)
iOS
Gunstar Heroes (2010)
Windows PC
Gunstar Heroes (2011)
Nintendo eShop
3D Gunstar Heroes (2015)
Google Android OS
Gunstar Heroes (2017)
Gunstar Heroes related media
Music
Gunstar Heroes (1993) | Gunstar Heroes Sound Collection (2005)