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Alpha Mission II

Alpha Mission II (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NeoGeo
Tags: Shooter, Scrolling, Vertical
Developer: SNK
More Platforms: NeoGeo CD, PSP
AKA: ASO II: Last Guardian (JP)

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Alpha Mission II review

Reviewed May 01, 2004

overdrive says: "Plagued by atrocious graphics, sluggish gameplay, a poorly-construed power-up system, unimaginative enemies and bosses and countless other flaws, the original Alpha Mission (at least the NES port) set a standard for poor play in a shooter that may never be beat. That dog of a game did for the shooting genre what Hydlide did for the adventure genre. "
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