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{{stub}}'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''', known as '''''Gunspike''''' (ガンスパイク) in Japan, is an action-shoot-'em-up game developed by [[Psikyo]] and published by [[Capcom]] for [[Sega NAOMI]] hardware and the [[Sega Dreamcast]]. It is a top down run-and-gun shooter, in which you play as a variety of Capcom characters who must stop terrorist robots. This was the last Dreamcast game ever to be released in Europe.
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==Versions==
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===Localised names===
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|jp_name=ガンスパイク
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|jp_trans=Gunspike
 
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==Production credits==
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*'''Executive Producer:''' Y.Okamoto
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*'''Producer:''' T.Minami
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*'''Main Graphic Designer:''' Kinu Nishimura
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*'''Graphic Designer:''' ikego daino, Togacchi, U-Pack, Hideki, GB, Sensei, Harumaru, Hideaki Katagiri
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*'''Title Logo Designer:''' Ukabin
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*'''Coordinator:''' T.Sadamoto, Y.Seto
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{{creditsheader|Psikyo Staff}}
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*'''Director:''' Shin. Nakamura
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*'''Programmer:''' Kenichi Fujita, Kunihiko Nogomi, Michiaki Negoro, Katsuya Shikanouchi, Kokichi Ogi
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*'''Graphic Designer:''' Wataru Yamazaki, Hideyuki Oda, Ikuya Yoshida, Keizou "F3" Fujita, Narumi Tauchi, Yasuhide Maeda, Masayuki Kato, You Mizusaki
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*'''Sound Designer:''' Masaki Izutani, Toshiya Kobayashi, Kaori Kumakura, Kensuke Sato
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*'''Voice Actor:''' Yuki Matsuoka, Miki Ogura, Yuka Itaha, Kunihiko Tatsumi, Kiyotomi Narikinya, Yoshinori Shima
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*'''Special Thanks to:''' All Capcom Staff & All Psikyo Staff, ...and You
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{{sub-stub}}'''''Cannon Spike''''', known as '''''Gunspike''''' (ガンスパイク) in Japan, is an action-shoot-'em-up game developed by [[Psikyo]] and published by [[Capcom]] for [[Sega NAOMI]] hardware and the [[Sega Dreamcast]]. It is a top down run-and-gun shooter, in which you play as a variety of Capcom characters who must stop terrorist robots. This was the last Dreamcast game ever to be released in Europe.
 
  
==Production Credits==
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==Magazine articles==
: '''Capcom Staff'''
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{{mainArticle|{{PAGENAME}}/Magazine articles}}
'''Executive Producer:''' Y.Okamoto<br>
 
'''Producer:''' T.Minami<br>
 
'''Main Graphic Designer:''' Kinu Nishimura<br>
 
'''Graphic Designer:''' ikego daino, Togacchi, U-Pack, Hideki, GB, Sensei, Harumaru, Hideaki Katagiri<br>
 
'''Title Logo Designer:''' Ukabin<br>
 
'''Coordinator:''' T.Sadamoto, Y.Seto<br>
 
  
: '''Psikyo Staff'''
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==Promotional material==
'''Director:''' Shin. Nakamura<br>
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{{gallery
'''Programmer:''' Kenichi Fujita, Kunihiko Nogomi, Michiaki Negoro, Katsuya Shikanouchi, Kokichi Ogi<br>
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'''Graphic Designer:''' Wataru Yamazaki, Hideyuki Oda, Ikuya Yoshida, Keizou "F3" Fujita, Narumi Tauchi, Yasuhide Maeda, Masayuki Kato, You Mizusaki<br>
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'''Sound Designer:''' Masaki Izutani, Toshiya Kobayashi, Kaori Kumakura, Kensuke Sato<br>
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'''Voice Actor:''' Yuki Matsuoka, Miki Ogura, Yuka Itaha, Kunihiko Tatsumi, Kiyotomi Narikinya, Yoshinori Shima<br>
 
'''Special Thanks to:''' All Capcom Staff & All Psikyo Staff, ...and You<br>
 
  
==Promotional Material==
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==Artwork==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
HMG-CannonSpike DC FR PrintAdvert.jpg|Dreamcast FR print advert
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CannonSpike DC JP Art Cover.png
File:DCM_JP_20001229_2000-41ex.pdf|page=98|[[Dreamcast Magazine (JP)]] Print advertisement
 
File:DCM_JP_20001229_2000-41ex.pdf|page=99|[[Dreamcast Magazine (JP)]] Print advertisement
 
 
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</gallery>
  
==Physical Scans==
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==Physical scans==
===NAOMI Version===
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===NAOMI version===
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===Dreamcast Version===
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===Dreamcast version===
 
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==External Links==
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==Technical information==
*Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): [http://sega.jp/dc/001215/ Dreamcast]
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===ROM dump status===
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==External links==
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* Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): [https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://sega.jp/dc/001215/ Dreamcast]
  
[[Category:2000 NAOMI games]]
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==References==
[[Category:NAOMI games]]
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Latest revision as of 19:11, 5 April 2020

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CannonSpike title.png
Cannon Spike
System(s): Sega NAOMI, Sega Dreamcast
Publisher: Capcom
Sega Dreamcast
Bigben Interactive (Europe)
Developer:
Peripherals supported:
Sega Dreamcast
Dreamcast Arcade Stick, Jump Pack, Dreamcast Modem, Dreamcast Keyboard, Visual Memory Unit, Dreamcast VGA Box
Genre: Action Shooting[1]






























Number of players: 1-2
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade (NAOMI)
JP
¥? 841-0012C
Arcade (NAOMI)
US
$? 841-0012C-01















Sega Dreamcast
JP
¥5,800 (6,090) T-1219M
Sega Dreamcast
US
$29.99 T-1215N
ESRB: Teen
Sega Dreamcast
EU
T-46601D-50
ELSPA: 11+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
DE
T-46601D-50
USK: 12
Sega Dreamcast
FR
T-46601D-50
SELL: 12+
Sega Dreamcast
UK
£29.99 T-46601D-50
ELSPA: 11+ OK

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Cannon Spike, known as Gunspike (ガンスパイク) in Japan, is an action-shoot-'em-up game developed by Psikyo and published by Capcom for Sega NAOMI hardware and the Sega Dreamcast. It is a top down run-and-gun shooter, in which you play as a variety of Capcom characters who must stop terrorist robots. This was the last Dreamcast game ever to be released in Europe.

Versions

Localised names

Also known as
Language Localised Name English Translation
English Cannon Spike Cannon Spike
English (US) Cannon Spike Cannon Spike
Japanese ガンスパイク Gunspike

Production credits

Capcom Staff
  • Executive Producer: Y.Okamoto
  • Producer: T.Minami
  • Main Graphic Designer: Kinu Nishimura
  • Graphic Designer: ikego daino, Togacchi, U-Pack, Hideki, GB, Sensei, Harumaru, Hideaki Katagiri
  • Title Logo Designer: Ukabin
  • Coordinator: T.Sadamoto, Y.Seto
Psikyo Staff
  • Director: Shin. Nakamura
  • Programmer: Kenichi Fujita, Kunihiko Nogomi, Michiaki Negoro, Katsuya Shikanouchi, Kokichi Ogi
  • Graphic Designer: Wataru Yamazaki, Hideyuki Oda, Ikuya Yoshida, Keizou "F3" Fujita, Narumi Tauchi, Yasuhide Maeda, Masayuki Kato, You Mizusaki
  • Sound Designer: Masaki Izutani, Toshiya Kobayashi, Kaori Kumakura, Kensuke Sato
  • Voice Actor: Yuki Matsuoka, Miki Ogura, Yuka Itaha, Kunihiko Tatsumi, Kiyotomi Narikinya, Yoshinori Shima
  • Special Thanks to: All Capcom Staff & All Psikyo Staff, ...and You


Magazine articles

Main article: Cannon Spike/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

HMG-CannonSpike DC FR PrintAdvert.jpg

Dreamcast FR print advert

DCM JP 20001229 2000-41ex.pdfDCM JP 20001229 2000-41ex.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Dreamcast Magazine (JP) #2000-41ex: "2000-41 extra (2000-12-29ex)" (2000-12-15)

Artwork

Physical scans

NAOMI version

NAOMI, JP
Notavailable.svg
"Top" instructions
Notavailable.svg
"Long" instructions
Gunspike NAOMI JP Cart.jpg
Cart

Dreamcast version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
82 [4]
70 [5]
78 [6]
54 [7]
70 [8]
75 №628, p36
Sega Dreamcast
72
Based on
6 reviews

Dreamcast, JP
CannonSpike DC JP Box Back.jpgCannonSpike DC JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
CannonSpike DC JP Spinecard.jpg
Spinecard
Gunspike DC JP Disc.jpg
Disc
Dreamcast, US
CannonSpike DC US Box Back.jpgCannonSpike DC US Box Front.jpg
Cover
Cannonspike dc us manual.pdf
Manual
Cannonspike dc us inlay.jpg
Inlay
Dreamcast, EU
CannonSpike DC EU Box Back.jpgCannonSpike DC EU Box Front.jpg
Cover
CannonSpike DC EU Disc.jpg
Disc

Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments

External links

  • Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): Dreamcast

References