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Front Mission: Gun Hazard

An Action RPG game for Super NES by Square and Omiya Soft in the Front Mission series

Front Mission: Gun Hazard box art

In the 21st century, a futuristic Tower of Babel called the orbital lift stretches up through the stratosphere. Though the lift was abandoned after a world war broke out between opposing military powers, armies of militarized Wanderung Panzers, German for "walking tanks," battle to regain it. Albert Grabner becomes embroiled in a conspiracy of global proportions after being hired to foil an assassination attempt on a high ranking political official. He will come to discover the secrets of the orbital lift project and how the enemies of peace wish for it to be used.

The non-canonical sequel to the strategy RPG Front Mission, Gun Hazard features side-scrolling action gameplay with customizable RPG elements, a large cast of characters, an involved storyline, and an soundtrack from several of Square Enix's most celebrated music composers: Nobuo Uematsu, Yasunori Mitsuda, Masashi Hamauzu, and Junya Nakano.

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Front Mission: Gun Hazard
Super NES
Release date
23 1996
Front Mission: Gun Hazard box art for Super NES

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Front Mission sales reach 3 million

Square Enix has announced that the complete sales of its Front Mission series since its debut ten years ago have totalled three million with the release of Front Mission 5. With more than 200,000 copies sold since its December 29th release, this seventeenth installment has successfully secured the longevity of both Front Mission's position in gaming history and Yoichi Wada's pocketbook.

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