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G Darius

G Darius (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling
Developer: Taito Corporation
AKA: G-Darius (JP)

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G Darius review

Reviewed January 14, 2004

Marc Golding says: "G-Darius--the G stand for gigantic--continues the long standing 2-D shooter series with a style and flair not seen before in previous incarnations. Your duty remains the same however; the universe still needs saving, and the bad guys are the same metallic fish that you may have seen in all other Darius games. But now they're...gigantic. "
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