Excerpt: The game play on this is ok,and the graphics are pretty good, the concentration mode is good for taking out multiple enemies however the annoying duel at the end of each chapter makes it hard to progress sometimes regardless of setting the game is set at, I died and died and died trying to get...
Excerpt: This game is bad, the graphics look excellent but the game play stinks, even on easy this game is very hard to get through the stages half the time you can't even see the enemy's shooting at you.
Summary: How can they compare this to 'Wipeout'? This was embarassing to play! The graphics look like they were done for a ZX spectrum, and the game-play is similarly eighties-retro. I tried to sell it second-hand the guy in the shop laughed in my face, literally!
Summary: Jet Ion GP is a good high in the sky fighting game. You can be upto 16 different pilots and fight in teams that has upto 8 other members. There are 8 long defiying increadible races to complete.
Summary: The Sony Play-Station Two market for futuristic anti-gravity racing games was and is surprisingly crowded. In 1994, `WipEout' was released as a launch title for the first Play-Station. It spawned many sequels, two of which (`Fusion' and `Pulse') were released on the Play-Station Two.
Summary: Shockin, Dreadful, amateurish, japanese tat. A good way to describe this game. The graphics, Oh god the graphics. The ships look PSone in shape and style. They are dreadful. The vapour trails use the easiest way to look see-through. Every other pixel is the colour of the trail. Really is bad.
Summary: Known as HRESVELGR: Internation Edition in Japan, Jet Ion GP has a very good and interesting concept revolving around aircrafts drawing power from these bands known as E-Belts in a futuristic world, and is scientifically correct about Ions.