Elemental Gearbolt

PSX PlayStation Elemental Gearbolt Black Label Retail Release Black Armor Variant

Double Jewel Case Release – Black Armor

 

Genre:
Light Gun Game
CDs:
1
Publisher:
Working Designs
Released:
August 10, 1998
Developer:
Alfa System
UPC:
7 35366 00654 9
Sony ID:
SLUS-00654
PSRM:
010140
Players:
1 to 2 Players
Memory:
1 Block
Accessories:
Analog, Vibration, GunCon, Justifier
ESRB:
Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

In a fantastic world divided by class and race, technology from a mysterious source has imbued a young prince with the key to unimaginable power. By means of a Neural Network Computer fueled by the grey matter of unfortunate ‘volunteers’, he plans to conquer the known world, replacing it with a new order of his design. The only fly in the ointment is disturbing reports of two powerful Elementals storming across the land on a direct course toward the palace. One or two players can assume the identities of these Elementals as they crusade for an unknown master toward a climactic battle. This gripping hybrid Shooting/RPG unfolds by means of heart-stopping fully-3D action levels interspersed with gorgeous hand-drawn animation scenes.  This is the game for which VISA was invented–what are you waiting for?

 

 

 

Variants

PSX PlayStation Elemental Gearbolt Black Label Retail Release White Armor Variant

White Armor Variant – SLUS-00654B / PSRM-019141

 

While not a true variant, Working Designs created a special Promotional Prize version for a contest. You can read all about it and view our extensive gallery here.

 

 

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Trivia

  • Kind of a neat trick on the graphic designer’s part, but Elemental Gearbolt’s back insert for each variant is one half of the same picture. It is the elementals inside a containment pod. If you flip one of them, they properly connect to form the one image. This is the only Working Designs game to feature this.

  • The back of the manual features a concise, but surprisingly comprehensive in-house review of the available light guns on the PlayStation at the time.
  • Yes, they mean the actual credit card company VISA on the back copy.

 

 

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