Agile Warrior F-IIIX

Agile Warrior F-IIIX

Virgin's dog fighting game isn't quite as agile as they would have you believe.

Genre:
Flight Combat
CDs: 1
(503 Megs)
Players:
1 to 2 Players
ESRB: Teen
Animated Violence
Suggestive Themes
Publisher:
Virgin
Retail Barcode:
0 52145 88003 0
Memory:
15 Blocks
Developer:
Black Ops
Sony ID:
SLUS-00023
Accessories:
None
Released:
November 21, 1995
PSRM:
001200

Get something straight right now.
This ain’t no by-the-books, academy-trained flight sim.  This is fast and furious, high speed, high stakes, surface-to-air arcade combat action.  Strap into the most advanced multi-role fighter craft around—-the kind developed from top-secret military design specs with cutting-edge Thrust Vectoring technology – and blast off into a world of sky-ripping, ground-shaking, adrenaline-pumping battles.

Your objective is simple, eliminate anything and everything that poses a threat to our national security. Use stealth technology, precision guided munitions and tactical radar to destroy the enemy on land, at sea and in the air. No rules, No prisoners. Just you-against-them combat where only one can win.

Features:

  • Simultaneous 2-Player capability.
  • You pilot while your partner controls the firearms.
  • Take ‘em out in explosive real-time, unlimited access, 3-D textured battle environments.
  • Fight in hundreds of killer scenarios throughout ten highly unpredictable missions in some of the world’s most volatile hotspots. Missions feature surgical strikes, stealth missions and nuclear standoff.
  • State-of-the-art weapons including, TV Guided Maverick Missiles, AIM-9 Sidewinder and AIM-120 AMRAAM air-to-air missiles, Cluster
  • Bombs, Fuel Air Munitions, Bunker Busters, Napalm, your trusty 30mm Vulcan Cannon, and more.
  • Full-motion video pumped up with heart-racing soundtrack and deadly effects.

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Variants

Long Box “Sweepstakes” Variant. The game came with an additional slip of paper that explained the Sweepstakes, which you would have been entered in just for sending in the registration card. It is not known if there were two print runs or if all long box copies were the Sweepstakes version.
Jewel Case Variant

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