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Gradius Galaxies
Game Profile
Description

Gradius Galaxies' side-scrolling action hearkens back to the early days of arcade shoot-'em-ups - wave after wave of enemies hound you through 8 all new stages, and colossal end bosses fill the screen with a constellation of heavy fire. Strap yourself in tight behind the controls of the Vic Viper, a fast and deadly attack ship. Choose the weapons configuration, including twin cannons, photon missiles, and beam lasers, and enhance those weapons during gameplay by grabbing power ups.

Reviews

Review
Written by Matt Swider on 01/07/02
Many will find this type of game too tedious for their taste and turn away. That's too bad because all it takes to enjoy Gradius Galaxies is a little determination, luck, and a lot of dying and retrying.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Game Boy
PUBLISHER:
Konami
DEVELOPER:
Mobile 21
GENRE: Shooter
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
November 07, 2001
ESRB RATING:
Everyone
IN THE SERIES
Gradius ReBirth

Gradius III

Gradius Collection

Gradius V

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