X-Zone

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X-Zone
XzoneSNES boxart.jpg
Box art
Developer(s) Kemco
Publisher(s) Kemco
Platform(s) Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Release date(s) 1992 (US), 1993 (EU/JP)
Genre(s) Rail shooter
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution 8-megabit cartridge

X-Zone (エックスゾーン?)[1] is a game released in 1992 by Kemco for the Super NES. It was one of the few games to support the Super Scope light gun.

Plot[edit]

The players assume the role of a soldier in flying power-armor assigned to destroy an army of malfunctioning defense robots commanded by a sentient bio-computer in its sudden war against humanity.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ There's no actual hyphen in any of the logos. However, there is mention of an "X-ZONE" in the game script, though it could be said that this is only to match with all the other X-<something> puns throughout that script. If so, the name is either "XZONE" (commonly depicted; see also XMultiply), or simply "X ZONE".
  2. ^ "X-Zone". Mobygames. 1992. Retrieved 16 March 2014.