Apocalypse © 1998 Activision, Inc.
In a dark future, religion and science have become the dominant forces of civilization. A shadowy figure known only as The Reverend has mastered these two conflicting forces and as his first act of evil, unleashes the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
In Apocalypse, you and your tough-talking wingman Trey Kincaid (played by Bruce Willis) must eradicate the Four Horsemen and save the world from the Reverend's evil plans. Bad-ass features include:
* Hard-core console action: a powerful mix of pulse rifles, flame throwers and grenade launchers provide the offense as you explore full 3-D, expansive environments loaded with hidden areas, power-ups and dozens of hard-hitting opponents.
* Industry-first real-time virtual partner: Bruce Willis' cyberscanned and motion-captured form backs you up every step of the way: he'll point out danger ahead, cover your sorry butt if you fall down on the job and help boost your trigger-happy mood.
* Full 3-D control: Players have full control of a 3-D character - the Kid - in an explosive, go-anywhere, shoot-anything action environment.
* Cinematic gameplay: a computer-controlled roving camera delivers over-the-shoulder, top-down, free-roaming, side-on and tracking views, while FMA cut scenes integrate seamlessly with gameplay.
Game ID: SLUS-00373
Released on November 18, 1998 in the USA.
[SP] "Apocalypse [Model SLES-00460]"
[EU] "Apocalypse [Model SLES-00469]"
[DE] "Apocalypse [Model SLES-00835]"
[JP] "Apocalypse [Model SLPM-86271]"
Developed by Neversoft Entertainment
Production: Joel Jewett, Mick West
Programming: Dave Cowling, Mike Day, Kendall Harrison, Jason Keeney
Artwork: Noel Hines, Silvio Porretta, Mark L. Scott, Christopher Ward
Design: Aaron Cammarata, Chad Findley, Jason Uyeda
Support: Lisa Edmison, Christer Ericson, Sandy Newlands
Published by Activision, Inc
Producer: David Stohl
Creative Executive: Scott Pease
Associate Producer: Jenny Park
A.P. Localizations: Brian Clarke