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Publisher: Working Designs
Developer: Game Arts/Treasure
Release Date: October 26, 2000

In Silpheed: The Lost Planet, you will battle a host of parasitic monsters as they attempt to devour the remainder of the known universe, 31 years after the last civil war. You will pilot top-secret SA-77 Silpheed starship through six levels of intense play. Your point value at the end of each level will determine when new weapons of the nine possible will be awarded. The SA-77 can equip two weapons at a time, but you must choose very carefully, as certain bosses are more susceptible to particular weapons.

Silpheed: The Lost Planet is a remake of the groundbreaking Sega CD title, Silpheed. The first polygon-based shooter in console history, the original Silpheed's combo system was a trendsetter, and the remake is no less astounding. Silpheed: The Lost Planet rewards players who take greater risks and survive. The goal of its creators was to make a shooting game that would be as entertaining as watching a movie, and they have succeeded. In the PS2 format, technology finally catches up with the creators' original vision. Breathtaking other-worldly backgrounds, remarkably detailed enemies, and magnificent explosions that light up the screen while delivering adrenaline-jacking DualShock 2 vibration will lend Silpheed: The Lost Planet the realism that Game Arts and Treasure clearly intended.

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