Double Jewel Case Release


Genre: Role Playing Game CDs: 2
Publisher: Squaresoft Released: October 22, 1998
Developer: Squaresoft UPC: 6 62248 99802 2
Sony ID: SLUS-00664, 00669 PSRM: 010770, 010890
Players: 1 Player Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: None
ESRB: Teen  Animated Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes
Box Copy:

Stand Tall & Shake the Heavens

A mysterious organization is turning the tides of a century-long war with ancient technology – giant combat robots known as Gears.

A failed attempt to steal one of these powerful mechanized weapons places it in the unwilling hands of young Fei and his dubious allies.

Now he is pursued by military governments, royal pirates, spies, the emperor, and his own forgotten past.



Hints Variant – adds in Square’s Hint Line


Greatest Hits Release – Square Enix branded



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  • Special thanks to Brandon Schlegel for bringing me up to date on the Black Label variant. Updated information appears below in the Variants section.
  • Both Xenogears and Guilty Gear feature characters called Gears. In Xeno’s case, they’re giant mechanical robots. In Guilty’s case, they’re combative androids.
  • The Japanese version features some nudity in one of the cinemas, which was cut in the US release.
  • Chrono Trigger’s Lucca makes a neat cameo in the game. She’s the one who teaches you about Save Points.
  • In Solaris, the apartment complex wields a poster that features Final Fantasy VII’s Tifa.
  • There’s an odd typo in the game. Several screens refer to your magic as EP (Ether Points) while other screens refer to the same thing as MP (Magic Points).

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