This article is about the Aleste series. For the first game in the series, which is known as Aleste in Japan, see Power Strike II.
|Systems||As noted below|
|As noted below|
Ray Waizen becomes a hero after he pilots a spaceship to stop a super computer that attacked and decimated the Earth.
His heroic actions make him a target for alien species.
After Ray pilots his ship successfully to save the day again, younger pilots take up the cause and defeat other mechanized enemies.
Aleste video games
|Title||Developer||System||Release||Added to museum||Notes|
|Aleste||Compile||Master System||1988||April 4, 2021||The Master System version is on the white Game Gear Micro.|
|Aleste Gaiden||Compile||MSX||1989||Not yet|
|Musha Aleste||Compile||Mega Drive||1990||June 7, 2021||The Mega Drive version is on the Mega Drive Mini.|
|GG Aleste||Compile||Game Gear||1991||April 4, 2021||The Game Gear version is on the white Game Gear Micro.|
|Super Aleste||Compile||SNES||1992||Not yet|
|Robo Aleste||Compile||Sega CD||1992||Not yet|
|GG Aleste II||Compile||Game Gear||1993||April 4, 2021||The Game Gear version is on the white Game Gear Micro.|
|Power Strike II||Compile||Master System||1993||April 4, 2021||The Master System version is on the white Game Gear Micro.|
|GG Aleste 3||M2||Game Gear||2020||April 4, 2021||The Game Gear version is on the white Game Gear Micro.|
|War Blade Aleste