Xevious 3D / G+

Jewel Case Release


Genre: Shooter CDs: 1
Publisher: Namco Released: June 12, 1997
Developer: Namco UPC: 7 22674 02067 1
Sony ID: SLUS-00461 PSRM: 006680
Players: 1 to 2 Players Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: None
ESRB: Kids to Adults Mild Animated Violence
Box Copy:

The 3D Way to X-Terminate X-Tra-Terrestrials

Xevious 3D / G+ is a furious interstellar shoot-fest, teaming with rapid-fire 3D features. You get 3D / G, three bonus games, nasty alien bosses, a galaxy of polygon 3D graphics, plus two-player simultaneous shooting action that’ll have you x-claiming x-pletives. (Little alien caskets sold separately).

  • A 3D shoot-a-thon. Features Xevious 3D / G, Original Xevious, Super Xevious and Xevious Arrangement
  • Spectacular polygon 3D graphics. So impressive, you’ll check your shirt for splattered alien entrails.
  • Eye-opening cinematics. You’ll swear you’re in a major Hollywood sci-fi flick. (If you don’t like to swear, feel free to say “dang”).
  • Big, surly, ugly bosses. No wimps here. Enemy bosses come in three sizes. Tough. Tougher. Toughest.
  • Pound enemy positions with power-ups. New improved weapons of mass destruction. Power-up your fighter then level places and things.
  • One or Two Player Mode. Stand alone against the enemy or let a friend join the fracas.



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  • Thanks to Namco Museum Volume 2 and this release, the original Xevious is on the PlayStation twice.
  • This game, Rage Racer, Soul Blade, and one other all share the same design layout on the back of the case.

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