Death Walkers are the first stage boss from Raiden II.


Death Walker is a pair of tank-like mechs with four mechanical legs for moving. It fires standard energy orbs, but also has another firepower, the Spinning razor vulcan, which is much more deadly than it's standard firepower, as the two energy razors start to separate and fly in different directions, which slims the player's chance of survival against the mechanical beast's razors. To make matters worse, the mech also unleashes a minor energy orb explosion when firing it's Spinning razor vulcan, which slims the player's chances of survival by even less.


  • The Walker attacks similarly to Desert Spider, the original first boss of Raiden, shooting a spread of bullets before firing a few straight bullets and also having a second one. The difference is that the pair of bosses in Raiden don't move diagonally and don't shoot two bullet waves after the spread shot.
Raiden/Super Raiden Desert Spider - Flying Fox - Phalanx MK-III - Gijido - Land Crown - Guardian - Antonov Ma-27 - Doreineji Core - Moonwalkers - Final Weapon - UFO
Raiden II/DX Grand Crawler - Death Walkers - Albatross - Battle Axe - Thunder Fortress - Black Bird - Graphite - Huge Satellite - Mother Haven - Gray Nodule
Raiden III BS-01 - BS-02 - BS-03 - BS-04 - BS-05 - BS-06 - BS-07
Raiden IV Exerey Iss - Ordo, Fulas and Mairazard - Famel Ya - Aguen and Ewat - Da Rutura - Isdogaram - Horda Gardia - Horda Gestorada
Raiden V Platon - Great Horn - Kraken - Spice Birds - Blow of Hornet - Messiah - Angel - Humpty Dumpty - Divine Rampart
Raiden Fighters

Wild Weasel - Jasper Virtuos - Randall Gigas - Vahrstor - Wild Weasel II - Rafflesia

Raiden Fighters 2

Turbine Controller - Seed Skater - Violet Head - Hummingbird XB-3 - Gust Weasel - Sand Lobster - Rafflesia II - Red Eye

Raiden Fighters Jet

Simon Quartz - XTB-1

Viper Phase 1

Weylgandr - Kychsrhea - Gespeneris - Schwarzbeleth - Sivilung - Wildduran - Beelzetolv

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