G-Darius [Model SLPS-01348]

The Sony PlayStation Game by Taito Corp.

Not emulated in MAME

DESCRIPTION

[CONSOLE] Sony PlayStation Game

G-Darius © 1998 Taito Corporation.


G-Darius has a fine arcade pedigree, its predecessors being some of the great arcade classics of yesteryear. A PlayStation version has long been overdue, and it has arrived in fine fashion. The PlayStation G-Darius contains all the elements that make a superb shooter: intense two-player action, diverse enemies and a multitude of destructive power-ups. A new feature is the ability to capture your enemies and use their weapons against their own fleets.

A number of game modes are also included, not least of which is the Boss Mode, which allows you to fight the Boss enemies one after another!

Pilot your ship through a wide range of environments, space vacuums, the depths of the ocean, vast deserts and dense jungles. And feel all your enemies' power with the Analog Controller (DUAL SHOCK). With 15 levels in total and a choice of 2 different paths at the end of each level, the varied gameplay in G-Darius offers excellent replay value.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Game ID: SLPS-01348

TRIVIA

G-Darius for PlayStation was released on April 09, 1998 in Japan.

Re-Editions:
japan "G-Darius [Model SLPM-86453]" (2000)

Export releases:
usa "G-Darius [Model SLUS-00690]"
europe "G-Darius [Model SLES-01314]"

STAFF

Project G Darius Staff
Producer: Naomitsu Abe
Director: Naomitsu Abe, Makoto Ohsaka, Akira Ōtsuki, Makoto Fujita
Character Graphics: Makoto Fujita, Tōru Kawaishi, Kenichi Morita, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Toshihiro Fukui, Ryosuke Hayase, Atsushi Horimizu, Tatsuya Ushiroda (Yatta Ushiroda), Baw Baw
Program: Akira Ōtsuki, Nobuyuki Hayashi, Katsuyuki Fujita, Takafumi Fujimoto, Hirohisa Matsumura, Hiroyuki Maruyama, Hikaru Taniguchi, Yasutaka Hayashi, Shunsuke Ono, Masakazu Takeda, Harumi Kasuga (Harumi.K), Hirotaka Fukakawa, Kōji Kato, Hitoshi Kozuka
Music: Hisayoshi Ogura (Zuntata)
Sound Effects: Yukiharu Urita (Zuntata)
Hardware: Katsumi Kaneoka
Design Works: Naoto Hashizume
Quality Warranty: Nobuhiro Koyama, Eiji Kawabata, Makoto Obonai
Special Thanks: Masami Kikuchi, Hisakazu Kato, Takao Yoshiba, Kazushi Okamoto, Tatsuo Nakamura, Tomohisa Yamashita, Hiroshi Aoki, Yasunobu Kosokabe, Shinichi Arai, Seizou Matsutaka, Masanori Kagawa, Masaki Ogata, Yoshihisa Nagata, Yoshio Imamura, Yuji Iwasaki, Seiji Kawakami, Keppel Maekawa, Junko Taguchi, Yuji Koga, Kazuhiko Azuma, Takeshi Nakatani, Kazuyori Masumoto, Eiji Maruyama, Kiyoshi Watanabe, Katsuji Yamada, Shigenobu Shimizu, Satoshi Shintaku, Fumuhiko Shimizu, Kazuhiro Ikeda, Kazuo Nakagawa, Takahiko Koike, Keiichi Kouno, Suguru Kawashima, Makoto Kaneko, Keiji Ito, Grant Lane Freeks, Siroh Yasuda, Kazuhiro Kawabata (GM2), Jun Nishiyama (GM2), Tomohiko Iguchi (GM2), Takahiro Inoue (GM2), Toyohiro Tsurumi (GM2), Takumi Toyoda (TG Pub), Sasuke Yokouchi (TG Pub), Youichirou Kugimiya (TG Pub), Naoto Yagishita (Zuntata), Yasuhisa Watanabe (Yack. [Zuntata]), Katsuhisa Ishikawa (Babi [Zuntata]), Munehiro Nakanishi (Zuntata), Tatsunoko Production

PORTS

It was released to the PSN on aug.27, 2008 as a PSOne Classic [Model NPJJ-00194] by Square Enix.

Page last modified on March 29, 2016