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A series of Vertical Scrolling Shooter games made by Compile. Most of the Aleste games received North American and/or European release but were renamed to hide the connection.

  • Aleste (MSX2, 1988; a loose port for the Sega Master System was released the same year, but titled Power Strike outside Japan)
  • Aleste 2 (MSX2, 1989)
  • Aleste Gaiden (MSX2, 1989)
  • Musha Aleste: Fullmetal Fighter Ellinor (Sega Genesis, 1990; released outside Japan as M.U.S.H.A.: Metallic Uniframe Super Hybrid Armor)
  • GG Aleste (Game Gear, 1991)
  • Super Aleste (SNES, 1992; released outside Japan as Space Megaforce)
  • Dennin Aleste: Nobunaga and his Ninja Force (Sega CD, 1992; released outside Japan as Robo Aleste)
  • Power Strike II (Sega Master System, 1993; released only in Europe and Australia; different game from below)
  • GG Aleste II: Lance Bird (Game Gear, 1993; released in Europe as Power Strike II)
The following tropes are common to many or all entries in the Aleste franchise.
For tropes specific to individual installments, visit their respective work pages.

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