ONE

PlayStation One

Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: Action CDs: 1
Publisher: ASC Games Released: December 13, 1997
Developer: Visual Concepts UPC: 7 29627 32015 4
Sony ID: SLUS-00469 PSRM: 007410
Players: 1 Player Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: Analog, Vibration
ESRB: Teen No Descriptors
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“Few games offer as much breathtaking action as ASC Games’ One.” – Next Generation Online.

  • Flip, climb, hang, slide, blast, and fight through five multi-level 3D worlds.
  • Rage up with unique RAGE meter
  • Powerful assault weapons
  • Vicious physical attack combos
  • Live or die by the state of your rage.

“The enormous environments, gameplay variety and amazing soundtrack will ensure ONE a place on every gamer’s ‘must have’ list.” – PS Extreme

 

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Final Score: NA – No Review

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Trivia

  • Visual Concepts are the same people that helped bring all those amazing sports games to the Dreamcast and are now part of 2K.
  • If you’re looking to help ease the insane difficulty, but not the impossible jumping, do the following. At the Load Game Screen, enter the password HEYBUDDY and you’ll be given access to Invincibility, All Weapons, and a Level select.
  • There’s a tricky jump in the first level where you must jump across a hole and between two fallen girders on the landing platform. Line yourself up with the rust line in the floor and you’ll make it okay.
  • During the Double Helicopter boss, once you kill off the first helicopter, you go into a far 3rd person view from the perspective of the helicopter. The object is to run around to the side of the building and dodge the incoming missiles, so that they hit the 6 panels of the wall underneath the giant smoke stack. Once blown away, and after a small cinema, you’ll need to blow up the 4 small boxes holding up the smoke stack.
  • Some of the most amazing explosion and light effects used in a PSX game during the era.

 

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