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Chaos Control, (SLPS-00168)

Chaos Control, (SLPS-00168)

Chaos Control, (SLPS-00168)

Chaos Control, (SLPS-00168)

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The year is 2071, the aggressive Kesh Rhan aliens have already destroyed the human colonies on Mars and Pluto, and now plan to wipe out all humans from Earth as well. You play as Jessica Darkhill, lieutenant and most skilled pilot of the Orbital Defense Forces. The counter-attack you are about the launch is the last hope to save the Earth of chaos.

Chaos Control is a sci-fi themed rail shooter which puts the player inside the cockpit of a fighter ship. Although the spaceship flight is automated, the player may target freely using an on-screen reticule, timing their shots so that the fighter’s guns do not overheat. Targets across the game’s four levels include mech suits, other spaceships and virtual reality constructs, most of which will return fire in an effort to drain the player’s shields.

ChaosControl-01dThere are no bonuses or re-charge power-ups for these shields, and play must restart from the beginning of the level if the player’s ship is destroyed. Enemy positions are pre-determined and unchanging. This – in combination with fixed flight-paths – means that the player can seek to learn the game’s deployment pattern for each level, defeating them through trial and error.

Manufacturer’s description:
It’s the year 2071. Only one space fighter has the courage, composure and razor-sharp reflexes to eliminate the savage Kesh Rhan extraterrestrials…ace pilot Jessica Darkhill.

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The PlayStation Mouse

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PlayStation Mouse

PlayStation Mouse

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The PlayStation mouse is an input device for the PlayStation console that allows the player to use a mouse as a method of control in games. The mouse is a simple two-button roller-ball mouse that plugs directly into the PlayStation controller port without needing any adapters or conversions and is a fully supported Sony accessory.

It is most useful on the PS1, since the PS2 and newer model consoles can use any standard USB Keyboard, Trackball, or Mouse. There are two identical models of the mouse (SCPH-1030/SCPH-1090), with the 1090 having a longer cord.

Below is a list of games known to be compatible with the PlayStation Mouse:

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