Elemental Gearbolt

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?



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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  • 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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