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Space Shot

Space Shot (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Genre: Scrolling Shooter
Developers: Cyberdreams, Camelot Corp.
AKA: Simple 1500 Series Vol. 35: The Shooting (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
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01/01/2001
JP
08/03/2000
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Staff Reviews

Space Shot review

Reviewed January 14, 2004

Marc Golding says: "Space Shot is in many ways an across-the-board shoot ‘em up clone, taking bits from Darius, (enemy formations) Thunder Force V, (the last boss, the O.V.D. charge weapon) and various other transgressions. But fortunately, and surprisingly, the game enters the Playstation shooter fray with a few wholly unique gameplay functions that elevate it above the fairness of 4-dom. "
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