Space Griffon VF-9

Plastic Ridged Long Box Release

Genre: First Person Shooter CDs: 1
Publisher: Atlus Released: November 25, 1995
Developer: Panther Software UPC: 7 30865 52004 6
Sony ID: SLUS-00153 PSRM: 001380
Players: 1 Player Memory: 8 Blocks
Accessories: Analog, Vibration
ESRB: Kids to Adults Animated Violence
Box Copy:

In the near future, Moonbase ‘HAMLET’ is overrun by alien invaders from an unknown source. You are an elite forces member of the A-Max Factories Corporation, the builders of the station. A-Max sends you and five other highly-trained and heavily armed specialists to deal with the situation. Your way of dealing with them is to use the latest in high-tech armor and weaponry to blast the invaders into atoms!

Travel deep beneath the lifeless surface of the moon in man-made tunnels that extend to the horizon. Explore the cavernous moon base in this gripping RPG/Action drama and get set for anything! You’ll face challenges as both a warrior and a detective. Find the secret to ridding the outpost of alien invaders, then pilot your Tri-formula Griffon into the toughest fight this side of the Milky Way!

Features:

  • Your armor adapts into three super-powered formations: Combat, Assault, and Cruise!
  • Collect multiple weapon enhancements to super-charge your Griffon!
  • Obtain vital clues for the key to surviving your next assault!
  • Scan enemy aliens to learn their deadly potential before you engage in combat!
  • Multiple weapons array allow you to customize the fight to your style!

 

 

 


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Trivia

  • Space Griffon VF-9 received a somewhat “Director’s Cut” on the Japanese Sega Dreamcast. Anime cut scenes were edited into the original CG intro, and the graphics went through a clean-up process, but I wouldn’t call it a re-master. Sadly, the game is entirely in Japanese so it’s not US friendly.
  • The Griffon shares an amazingly uncanny resemblance to the Macross / Robotech Valkyrie combat unit.