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Silpheed: The Lost Planet
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Description

In a distant future, a plague of parasitic monsters is sweeping across the known universe, devouring all the resources in its path -- including the inhabited worlds that humanity calls home. The only chances for mankind’s survival are a top-secret starship called Silpheed and the hyper-skilled pilot at the controls.

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Full Review
Written by John Scalzo on 07/22/03
It's a generic game from the shooter genre that has finally fallen to it's rightful place in the $10 bin of most game stores.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PlayStation 2
PUBLISHER:
Working Designs
DEVELOPER:
Game Arts
GENRE: Shooter
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
April 23, 2001
ESRB RATING:
Teen
IN THE SERIES
Project Sylpheed


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