History VideoGame / Phalanx

19th Dec '15 5:16:22 PM nombretomado
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''Phalanx'' is a ShootEmUp developed by Creator/{{Zoom}}, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; the English release of the SNES version is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).

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''Phalanx'' is a ShootEmUp developed by Creator/{{Zoom}}, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000.UsefulNotes/SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; the English release of the SNES version is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).
17th Dec '15 2:06:53 PM Glowsquid
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This game is also playable through an easter egg bonus in the ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter''[=/=]''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' mashup[=/=]clone ''Zero Divide'', for the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} and UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn, via a code. It received a GameBoyAdvance port with a different, more traditional cover. A WiiWare port was announced for Japan, though no international release has been announced.

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This Though no stand-alone sequel to the game is also playable through an easter egg bonus was released, ''Phalanx'' did receive a soft-of sequel in the ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter''[=/=]''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' mashup[=/=]clone ''Zero Divide'', form of ''Tiny Phalanx'', an extensive minigame hidden in the fighting game ''VideoGame/ZeroDivide'', for the UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} and UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn, via a code.''Zero Divide: The Final Conflict'' for the UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn. It received a GameBoyAdvance port with a different, more traditional cover. A WiiWare port was announced for Japan, though no international release has been announced.
3rd Dec '15 7:23:35 PM nombretomado
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This game is also playable through an easter egg bonus in the ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter''[=/=]''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' mashup[=/=]clone ''Zero Divide'', for the {{Playstation}} and SegaSaturn, via a code. It received a GameBoyAdvance port with a different, more traditional cover. A WiiWare port was announced for Japan, though no international release has been announced.

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This game is also playable through an easter egg bonus in the ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter''[=/=]''VideoGame/VirtualOn'' mashup[=/=]clone ''Zero Divide'', for the {{Playstation}} UsefulNotes/{{Playstation}} and SegaSaturn, UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn, via a code. It received a GameBoyAdvance port with a different, more traditional cover. A WiiWare port was announced for Japan, though no international release has been announced.
23rd Jun '14 12:46:41 AM ViperBlade
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* SmartBomb: Depending on what weapon you have equipped, you SmartBomb will be different. You then lose the equipped weapon too, so plan wisely!

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* SmartBomb: Depending on what weapon you have equipped, you your SmartBomb will be different. You then lose the equipped weapon too, so plan wisely!
22nd Apr '14 6:27:15 PM Prfnoff
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'''Phalanx''' is a ShootEmUp developed by ZOOM, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; the English release of the SNES version is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).

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'''Phalanx''' ''Phalanx'' is a ShootEmUp developed by ZOOM, Creator/{{Zoom}}, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; the English release of the SNES version is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).
30th Mar '14 2:37:45 PM DannWoolf
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'''Phalanx''' is a ShootEmUps developed by ZOOM, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; the English release of the SNES version is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).

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'''Phalanx''' is a ShootEmUps ShootEmUp developed by ZOOM, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; the English release of the SNES version is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).
11th Nov '13 5:02:22 AM Andyroid
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'''Phalanx''' is a ShootEmUps developed by ZOOM, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; that release is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).

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'''Phalanx''' is a ShootEmUps developed by ZOOM, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; that the English release of the SNES version is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).



* CoversAlwaysLie: This one is the king of that trope, trying to invoke a SpaceWestern feel. The developers admitted many years later that they chose such a bizarre image in order to make the game stand out amongst the glut of similar space shmups on the market at the time.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: This one is the king of that trope, trying to invoke a SpaceWestern feel.feel with the American box art. The developers admitted many years later that they chose such a bizarre image in order to make the game stand out amongst the glut of similar space shmups on the market at the time.
23rd Oct '13 9:36:02 PM Gatomon41
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* CoversAlwaysLie: This one is the king of that trope. The developers admitted many years later that they chose such a bizarre image in order to make the game stand out amongst the glut of similar space shmups on the market at the time.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: This one is the king of that trope.trope, trying to invoke a SpaceWestern feel. The developers admitted many years later that they chose such a bizarre image in order to make the game stand out amongst the glut of similar space shmups on the market at the time.
17th May '13 7:59:49 PM JIKTV
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* EverythingIsEvenWorseWithSharks: One of the {{Mini Boss}}es in the second stage is a shark-like machine.

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* EverythingIsEvenWorseWithSharks: [[ThreateningShark Everything Is Even Worse With Sharks]]: One of the {{Mini Boss}}es in the second stage is a shark-like machine.
17th May '13 5:52:47 PM Vyctorian
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'''Phalanx''' is a [[ShootEmUps shmup]] developed by ZOOM, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; that release is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).

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'''Phalanx''' is a [[ShootEmUps shmup]] ShootEmUps developed by ZOOM, and was originally released for the Japan-only SharpX68000. It was later ported to the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem; that release is best known for having an old man playing a banjo on the cover (see CoversAlwaysLie).
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