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Title Screen

Alisia Dragoon

Developers: Game Arts, Gainax
Publishers: Game Arts (JP), Sega (US/EU/AU), Tec Toy (BR)
Platform: Genesis
Released in JP: April 24, 1992
Released in US: April 23, 1992
Released in EU: 1992
Released in AU: 1992
Released in BR: 1992


DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


Alisia Dragoon is a well-made shooting and platforming game that despite low sales remained a sleeper hit on the Genesis.

Debug Mode

During the intro, hold A when the Sega logo fades out. Release A and hold B when the Game Arts logo fades out. Release B and hold C when the Gainax logo fades out. Release C and press Start when "Music composed by Mecano Associates" fades out. A sound will confirm correct entry.

During gameplay, press A on Controller 2 to initiate frame advance mode. The game will advance by one frame each time the button is tapped. Press B on Controller 2 to release this mode.

Holding a button on Controller 1 while releasing frame advance mode will cause additional effects:

  • Up - Refill HP.
  • Left - Level up lightning attack.
  • Right - Level up monster companion.
  • B - Hyper lightning (kills enemies and bosses in one hit).
  • C - Invincibility (HP will still go down, but you can't die).

Level Select

During gameplay, press C on Controller 2. The screen will fade to black. Now, hold one of the below button combinations on Controller 2 to go to the desired stage.

Button Combination Level
None Skip to next part of current stage
C Stage 1
B Stage 2
B + C Stage 3
A Stage 4
A + C Stage 5
A + B Stage 6
A + B + C Stage 7
Start Stage 8

Regional Differences

Japan/Europe US
AlisiaDragoon-Staff1-JP.png
AlisiaDragoon-Staff2-JP.png
AlisiaDragoon-Staff1-US.png
AlisiaDragoon-Staff2-US.png

Takahiro Okano and Satoshi Uesaka are missing from the staff roll of the US version for some reason.