BackgroundIn the remote reaches of the solar system in the 22nd century, there is a colony on Jupiter called "Antilia." In a sudden outbreak of war, a shy youth named Leo Stenbuck loses his friends right before his eyes. Thoughts of "if they just weren't around I wouldn't be picked on anymore" had crossed through his mind just moments before his friends were killed. Blaming himself for not being able to save them, he panicked and ran away from the scene of the attack, inadvertently stumbling onto the cause of the war, the Orbital Frame "Jehuty," a colossal war machine with a human form that holds the key to civilization's existence.
- Fluid controls - The mech you always wanted to control is there.
- Deep tactics - Improve your techniques and go for the best.
- Clever game progress - The stages exist within the drama.
- Not only is it beautiful - The graphics constructed a world of its own.
Hardware Requirements8MB Playstation 2 Memory Card required.
280KB minimum space needed to save.
Analog Control Compatible: All Buttons.
Vibration Function Compatible.
Official URLOfficial Site
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- Genre: Mech Based Action (PS2)
- Theme(s): Mechs/Bionics, Sci-Fi (Futuristic)
- Perspective(s): Third Person
- Developer: KCEJ
- Publisher: Konami
Released North America Mar 27, 2001