Lost In Translation/Laser Ghost

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Laser Ghost
No screen shot.
Laser Ghost control panel.
Manufacturer Sega
Released 1990
Control
Method
8-way Joystick
Lightgun
2 Button(s)
Main CPU 68000 (@ 10.000 MHz)
Z80 (@ 8.000 MHz)
Sound CPU Mono
(2x) YM3438 (@ 8.000 MHz)
RF5C68 (@ 10.000 MHz)
Video
Details
Raster (Horizontal)
320 x 224 pixels
60.00 Hz
8,192 Palette colours
Screens 1
ROM Info 20 ROMs
6,955,008 bytes (6.63 MiB)
MAME ID lghost · lghostu

About The Game

Laser Ghost is an arcade video game.

A series of heinous events is in progress. Poltergeists are running rampant in the city. As if that wasn't bad enough, a little girl is kidnapped by one of the ghosts in broad daylight. Now it's up to Bill, Max, and Carol to put an end to the paranormal madness.

Trivia

On the title screen, there is a tombstone that makes a reference to Sega's 1989 shooter "Line of Fire".

There are two gimmicks about Laser Ghost. The first one is that the cabinet has 2 removable benches for players 1 and 3. The second gimmick is that the laser guns have a laser imaging device on top of the guns which gives the illusion of shooting real lasers onto the screen.

Pony Canyon / Scitron released a limited-edition soundtrack album for this game (Formula : G.S.M. Sega 5 - PCCB-00059) on 21/04/1991.

Updates

FD1094 317-0164

  • Japanese version.

FD1094 317-0165

  • US version.

FD1094 317-0166

  • World version.

Cabinet and Artwork

Ports

Consoles 
Sega Master System (1991)

Soundtrack Releases

Album Name Catalogue No. Released Publisher Comments
Formula -G.S.M. SEGA 5- PCCB-00059[1] 1991-04-21 Pony Canyon Inc. 2 CD version.

References

The contents of this page are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
The sources used include MAME (version 0.113u2) and history.dat (revision 1.28 - 2008-10-18).
Please see http://www.arcade-history.com for credits.