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Eliot G. Nephilim Jascony. Ballade Dogs Bower. Jascony Dr. Recent blog posts Forum. Explore Wikis Community Central. Register Don't have an account? Edit source History Talk 0. It was localized by Activision for the North American and European releases. Gameplay [ ] The main gameplay focuses on melee and ranged combat, featuring a wide range of weapons for both main characters, Eliot G.
Categories Browse Add category. Cancel Save. Fan Feed 1 Nephilim 2 Eliot G. Ballade 3 Dogs Bower. Getting the rifle, the duo heads back to the control room. Eliot leaves Dogs and Janine alone where the two have a reconciliation. With the plan set, the group begins to head to the wave tower.
Eliot arrives at the tower and climbs the wreckage as the elevator is stuck with Janine and Dogs inside. Janine begins to line up her shot, and asks the duo to protect her while she sets up. After a rough battle with a seeming never ending wave of monsters, Janine shoots the release. Nephilim flies back into the meteor as Jascony wakes up. The meteor pierces Jascony and Nephilim evolves into a similar monster to battle Jascony but loses.
The group flees the tower while the two battle, and after arriving on the ground come face to face with Jascony. Utilizing every weapon in their arsenal, Eliot and Dogs manage to defeat Jascony. Nephilim absorbs Jascony, and after a brief moment flies away from Earth.
As the barrier around the island fades, Eliot wonders if he will see Nephilim again, while Dogs assures he most likely will not and the trio leave together. Tim is revealed to be alive while floating on debris. He recognizes Nephilim before she flies away.
An after credits scene shows Nephilim in an unknown part of space and transforming into a meteor. Nephilim's meteor is surrounded by more stingers, indicating that these events have been an ongoing cycle. The game received "mixed or average" reviews according to the review aggregation website GameRankings. The North American and European versions removed the original cinematic style camera system , instead using a fixed, behind-the-player third-person view, such as that of Tomb Raider.
Some argued that the change took away from the dramatic tension for which the Japanese version had become famous. Jeff Lundrigan of NextGen said of the game, "Even the lowest-budgeted kung fu cheapie you can think of had better dubbing, but if you like an adventure with big explosions, this ain't too bad. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on June 6, UBM plc.
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Blue Stinger (ブルー スティンガー, Burū Sutingā) is an action survival horror game released in for the Dreamcast game console, developed by Climax. Blue Stinger is an action survival horror game released in for the Dreamcast game console, developed by Climax Graphics and originally published by Sega, with publishing rights outside of Japan obtained by Activision. The game was conceived. Blue Stinger (ブルースティンガー) is an action survival horror game released in for the Sega Dreamcast game console. It was localized in North America.