Classic NES Series - Xevious ROM

Classic NES Series - Xevious rom
When focusing on the main objectives, Xevious is about 2 hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 3 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
Xevious has a total of 16 connected areas, which loop back to the first after completing them all.
Once you begin Xevious, there are only two ways to end. Your ship Solvalou explodes, or you reach a predetermined high score of 9,999,990. There is no final boss encounter.

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Classic NES Series: Xevious is a Game Boy Advance port of Namco’s Nintendo Entertainment System game Xevious. There were no enhancements made to the game other than portability. This was the first and only time the game was released on the Game Boy Advance, though on the GameCube it was available as an unlockable in the Namco developed, Nintendo published game Star Fox Assault.

Xevious is a vertically scrolling shooter. The player controls a flying attack craft, the Solvalou, to destroy the Xevious forces plotting to take over Earth. The Solvalou has two weapons: a zapper that fires projectiles at flying enemies and a blaster for bombing ground installations and vehicles. A reticle in front of the ship shows where bombs will land. The game has a total of 16 connected areas, which loop back to the first after completing them all. Dying about 70% through starts the player at the beginning of the next.

Areas are geographically distinct, with features such as forests, roads, rivers, and mechanical structures. Certain areas have Nazca lines placed on the ground, some in the “condor” design. The game becomes progressively more difficult as the player becomes more skilled. Once the player does well at destroying a certain enemy type, a more advanced enemy type replaces it. Destroying flashing-red “Zolback” radars found on the ground will cause the game to switch back to easier enemies.

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Classic NES Series - Xevious

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Release Date

North America: June 2, 2004
Japan: February 14, 2004
Europe: July 9, 2004


Scrolling shooter




Game Boy Advance


USA, Europe


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