Army Men: Green Rogue

PSX PlayStation Army Men: Green Rogue

Jewel Case Release

 

Genre:
Shooter
CDs:
1
Publisher:
3DO
Released:
April 11, 2001
Developer:
3DO
UPC:
7 90561 51911 9
Sony ID:
SLUS-01330
PSRM:
021890
Players:
1 to 2 Players
Memory:
1 Block
Accessories:
Analog, Vibration
ESRB:
Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

New High-Tech Arcade Shooter

Created in a covert laboratory by splicing DNA from the Green Army’s strongest and most skilled soldiers, the “Omega Soldier” is the Tan Army’s worst high-tech threat!

Army Men: Green Rogue incorporates a 3rd person shooter with coin-op shoot’em up style gameplay that will raise the heartbeat of anyone who dares to accept the challenge…You are the Omega Soldier. Your Mission: To Conquer!

Features:

  • 15 Extreme Weapons
  • 16 Diverse Terrain Levels
  • Head-to-Head Battle with 4 outrageous bosses

 

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Trivia

  • A rather darker tone than other Army Men games. The DNA that is taken from the original crew is done by having them floating in storage tanks with cords strapped to their necks, with all involved looking rather uncomfortable.
  • Don’t skip the opening cinematic or you’ll miss the small cameo of a Blue soldier.
  • There’s a rather amusing nod to the source material for in-game Tan Jeep vehicles. When they are destroyed, the driver isn’t ejected, or even visually affected by the jeep’s destruction. At first I thought this lazy programming, until I remembered that many plastic army toys had the driver as part of the actual mold, from the torso up with no moving parts – that’s being pretty accurate to references!
  • The 4 Main Bosses (1 for every 4 levels) are all based on famous toys.
  • If you’re one for GameShark or other cheat devices, avoid any ‘Infinite Health’ codes on the webs. I tried two different sets, and both affect the game in weird ways. The common link being the game will crash after 2 levels, as your health somehow gets attached to end level characters.
  • This was also released on the PlayStation 2.

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