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Konami Arcade Classics [NTSC-U]

Konami Arcade Classics [NTSC-U] PlayStation ROMS Small Size PBP Psx

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Collecting 10 games on one disc, Konami Arcade Classics for the PlayStation includes the following retro titles: Scramble, Super Cobra, Time Pilot, Pooyan, Gyruss, Roc 'N Rope, Circus Charlie, Road Fighter, Shao-Lin's Road and Yie Ar Kung-Fu.

Collecting 10 games on one disc, Konami Arcade Classics for the PlayStation includes the following retro titles: Scramble, Super Cobra, Time Pilot, Pooyan, Gyruss, Roc 'N Rope, Circus Charlie, Road Fighter, Shao-Lin's Road and Yie Ar Kung-Fu.

Scramble (1981) is a side scrolling (left to right) shooter in which you shoot at and drop bombs on enemy missiles. The missiles take off from the surface of a craggy, mountainous alien planet. You must periodically refuel your ship by destroying fuel tanks that appear along the planet's surface. Super Cobra (1981) is the sequel to Scramble and is very similar.

Time Pilot (1982) puts you in control of a futuristic spaceship that rotates on an invisible axis in the center of the screen. You can fly and shoot in any direction, but your ship stays anchored to the center of the playfield. Your job is to destroy 56 enemy crafts and a boss in each of the five levels of play. You'll travel through time to 1910, 1940, 1970, 1982 and 2001. In Gyruss (1983), you pilot your ship in a circular pattern around the outer edges of the playfield while flying to the different planets of the universe and shooting wave after wave of enemy ships.

If you get tired of outer space shoot-'em-ups, you can join the circus. Circus Charlie (1984) has you entering six events: Fire Rings, Tight Rope, Ball Walk, Horseback, Trampoline and Flying Trapeze. Each event involves moving from right to left while executing a series of timed jumps. If the circus is not your thing, you can become an archeologist in Roc 'N Rope (1983). This game puts you on a quest to catch the golden bird. Armed with an enemy-stunning flashlight and a rope for climbing ledges, you must gather golden eggs and make it to the top of the screen in each of four stages.

If you'd rather fight than play games, take on Yie Ar Kung-Fu (1985), an early prototype of sorts for games like Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat. You must punch and kick a series of computer-controlled opponents into oblivion. A bar at the top of the screen indicates how much damage both fighters have sustained. Shao-Lin's Road (1985) is a fighting game in which you must kick all the enemies (including bosses) off the playfield; each screen is made up of several platforms on which you and your enemies can fight and jump. Some bad guys, depending on their color, release power-ups when kicked.

Despite its title, Road Fighter (1984) is not a fighting game. It is an overhead view, vertically scrolling racing game in which you try to pass 39 cars in order to come in first place. You can move left and right, and you can speed up and slow down. If you crash too many times or drive too slowly, you will never even finish the race, much less come in first place.

If the aforementioned titles don't put food in your trough, you can make a pig of yourself with Pooyan (1982). This wacky little game puts you in the role of a mother pig trying to protect her children from being kidnapped by big bad wolves. You maneuver vertically on a pulley near the right side of the screen. To keep your piglets safe, you must fire bows and arrows or heavy meat at balloon-riding wolves that float up (in the first stage) and down (in the second stage).

Despite the fact that many gaming magazines have reported to the contrary, Konami Arcade Classics is indeed analog control and vibration function compatible. A brief history lesson is included with each of the 10 titles.

  Manufacturer's description:


For the first time in history, Konami presents ten classic arcade games for the PlayStation® game console. This collection includes favorites that have never left their arcade cabinets until now. These signature games are simple elegance, good old-fashioned fun, of the games of yesteryear.

Included in this collection is the timeless Time Pilot, Scramble, Super Cobra, the whimsical wolf and pig story of Pooyan, the clowns of Circus Charlie and the forerunners of life-bar/joystick-button combo fighting games such as Yie Ar Kung-Fu! With ten games in all, including Shao-Lin's Road, Road Fighter, Gyruss and Roc'N Rope all featuring the original arcade artwork, simple controls, and all-new CG cinematics. KONAMI puts the FOCUS BACK ON FUN!

* Pooyan
* Circus Charlie
* Shao-Lin's Road
* Roc 'N Rope
* Yie Ar Kung-Fu
* Scramble
* Road Fighter
* Super Cobra
* Gyruss
* Time Pilot


  • Third person perspective.
  • 2D graphics
  • Cartoon graphics
  • SCI-FI, Martial Arts & Fantasy themes.

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