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Platform: SNES
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Horizontal)
Developer: ZOOM
AKA: Phalanx: The Enforce Fighter A-144 (JP)

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Staff Reviews

Phalanx review

Reviewed January 13, 2004

Marc Golding says: "The generic shooter elements are all here; changing ship speed on the fly, the unimportant story, four weapons that can each be powered up several times over, and the necessary ‘weapon twist’, which is what separates one shooter from any other. R-Type has it’s Force Device, Gradius has its selectable avenues of powering up—Phalanx has a sort of ‘limit break’ where you can use your current weapon on a pumped up level, only to lose it after the laser fire subsides. "
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