A first-person, 3D space-shooter video game.


In this distant Galaxy exist many systems harboring life. Trade and communication have arisen between these star systems, as has a great, dark force threatening these distant civilizations. To fight this dark menace the Space Federation was formed, but has met with little success. The enemy calls itself The Fourth Empire and has now attacked Junos, jewel of the Galaxy. The Junos star system, once so beautiful is only ashes now. And on these ashes The Fourth Empire is building the strongest fortress of all time, from which to complete their conquest of the galaxy. The Space Federation must end this evil menace! Thus is launched Galaxy Force, to strike a hammer blow against the forces threatening civilization. Fortunately, having done this duty of saving Junos people and destroying The Fourth Empire, a combatant of Galaxy Force returned to the ship. The Junos star system comprises of five planets, the jewel of the Galaxy is Junos, with Velteor, Malkland, Orthea, and Ashutar. You must ... Written by Shawn Watson

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1988 (Japan)  »

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Gyarakushî Fôsu II  »

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12 October 2005 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

This is the worst game. I guess the first Galaxy Force game was so good it warranted a sequel. I'm not kidding when I say I made games better than this in 10 minutes on my old Commodore 64.

I just unearthed this rubbish today after doing a little spring cleaning. I remembered it being trash but just needed to play it a little to jog my memory as to why. Basically, all you do in this game is fly thru a '3-dimensional' generic space level shooting things. You never miss. Even if you are in the top right or bottom left firing in the wrong direction, whatever boring weapon you have will eventually kill the non-threatening baddies. There's no story, just shooting.

And the graphics are horrible. On the first level when you 'penetrate the enemy fortress' the worst graphics ever make an appearance. Ugh! It was horrid. To think that the RRP of this game was £39.99 when it was first released. I'm glad I never bought it. It just sort of appeared in my house. Trust me, it really is rank!

The arcade version may well have been good but the Sega Genesis version has it's own spot in hell.

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