Formato de las imagenes: Bin, Cue
Programa para quemarlas: Alcohol 120 % (se incluye version full del programa)
Fecha de salida: Mayo 26, 1999
Cantidad de CDs: 4
Remember way back when you watched shows like Voltron, Macross, and Voltes V? Well maybe you don't but Super 70's Robot: Geppy is pure bliss for all you retro anime robot fans. If you don't know what I am talking about then you would do yourself good if you checked out the anime mentioned above. While I am not sure if Geppy X and later Geppy XX were ever in syndication in the United States he sure was in Japan. But enough talk, let's get to the review. Geppy X is a not so average side scrolling shooter which is somewhat a cross between R-Type and the Capcom Classic Section Z with colorful sprite and polygonal based characters and enemies. The in game cinemas are a combination of old original and new anime cut scenes along with beautiful CG rendered movies. Taking it a step further the game is even set up like a TV show, after the introduction segment and a cinema you are plunged into a gameplay segment, after completing that you are treated to more cinemas and either a commercial break(yes that's right) which showcases vintage footage of Geppy X merchandise. ONce you complete the the "episode" the credits role and then you are treated to "scenes from the next episode" which is what comes next. All in All this creates both a nostalgic gameplay and entertainment experience. Now for the gameplay Just as mentioned above Geppy X is like a cross between Section Z and R-Type. You control 6 different robots dependent on the scenario. Each one has a main weapon which can be charged up and made more powerful, a secondary weapon which is more of an assist weapon, and each robot is capable of a super attack when you powergauge fills up. Like most shooters progression through the game is based on fast reflexes and memorization of bss patterns. What makes this game stand out among most playstation games though is the fact that it is completely 2-D all the backrounds, enemies, and robots are all 2-D all except for the wonderfully modeled bosses which are made of polygons but they are so detailed that the only way you an tell is by their movemens. This is very refreshing especially for those who like old school games or are tired of all the games with polygons. However this is not a game for the masses. To face the sad truth, most people today don't go for 2-D games anymore and that have never relly heard of anime and refer to it's presence in video games as that(and this is a quote from somebody I heard)"Chinese Cartoon stuff". However, there are always those diehard Otakus that play videogames for gameplay besides the fact that they are 3D or have pretty graphics that will pick up this game and enjoy every moment of it. But, for me this game was wonderfully thought out and is one of the jewels in th playstation game library. If you fit the criteria mentioned above then this game is definitly for you.