Lost In Translation/Strike Fighter

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Strike Fighter
No screen shot.
Strike Fighter control panel.
Manufacturer Sega
Released 1991
Analog joystick
3 Button(s)
Main CPU (3x) 68000 (@ 12.500 MHz)
Z80 (@ 4.027 MHz)
Sound CPU Stereo
YM2151 (@ 4.027 MHz)
Sega PCM (@ 4.027 MHz)
Raster (Horizontal)
320 x 224 pixels
60.00 Hz
24,576 Palette colours
Screens 1
ROM Info 48 ROMs
21,561,344 bytes (20.56 MiB)
MAME ID strkfgtr

About The Game

Strike Fighter is chase-view arcade video game shoot-em-up in which the plyer takes the seat of an F-14 flight combat simulator with a view to shooting down swathes of enemy planes, avoiding incoming gunfire and missiles.


As a Japan-only release, Strike Fighter was available as a conversion kit for "G-Loc - Air Battle". The game is a natural successor to 1987's "After Burner" and was later ported over to the Sega CD as "After Burner III".


  1. After Burner (1987)
  2. After Burner II (1987)
  3. G-Loc - Air Battle (1990)
  4. R360 - G-Loc Air Battle (1990)
  5. Strike Fighter (1991)
  6. Sky Target (1995)
  7. Sega Strike Fighter (2000)
  8. After Burner Climax (2006)
  9. After Burner - Black Falcon (2007, Sony PSP)


Designed By
Yu Suzuki

Cabinet and Artwork


Sega CD (1992, "After Burner III")

Soundtrack Releases

Album Name Catalogue No. Released Publisher Comments
Strike Fighter PCCB-00067[1] 1991-08-21 Pony Canyon, Inc. CD version.
Game Music Festival ~Super Live '92~ PCCB-00099[2] 1992-10-21 Pony Canyon, Inc. CD version.
Back in the S.S.T. Band!! ~The Very Best~ SCDC-00312[3] 2003-11-19 Scitron Digital Content Inc. CD version.
S.S.T. Band ~Live History~ SDDV-00035[4] 2006-09-20 Happinet Corporation Released on DVD.


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.