Top Gun: Guts and Glory

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Top Gun: Guts and Glory
Top Gun - Guts and Glory cover.jpg
North American cover art
Developer(s)Distinctive Software[1]
Publisher(s)Konami[1]
Producer(s)David E. Davis
Designer(s)David E. Davis
Chris Lippmann
Dave Warfield
Don A. Mattrick
Programmer(s)Chris Lippmann
Douglas E. Smith
Artist(s)Jackie Marie Ritchie
Composer(s)Traz Damji[2]
Platform(s)Game Boy[1]
Release
Genre(s)Modern jet flight simulation
Mode(s)Single-player

Top Gun: Guts and Glory is a modern jet flight simulation that was released in 1993 for the original Nintendo Game Boy in Europe and North America.

Gameplay

Preparing to fire a missile at the enemy aircraft.

This video game is loosely based on the Top Gun movie starring Tom Cruise.[2] Essentially controlling a modern U.S. Air Force jet through ten levels, players must take out enemy jet fighters in addition to battleships.[2]

Aircraft that can be chosen are the F-14 Tomcat, the F-117A Nighthawk stealth fighter, the F-16 Fighting Falcon and the Soviet-made MiG-29 Fulcrum.[2] Players can either dedicate themselves to a long career mode, engage in a quick air combat session, or go on a bombing run.[2] Passwords help store the player's progress in career mode.[2]

Due to various limitations found on the original Game Boy system, the player can only see and fight against two enemy aircraft at a time.[3]

Reception

Power Unlimited gave this video game a 4 out of 10 rating while Joypad gave it a rating of 25% overall.[2] Aggregator GameRankings gave the game 51.50%.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d Top Gun: Guts and Glory at GameFAQs
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Overview of Top Gun: Guts & Glory at MobyGames Retrieved September 26, 2019.
  3. ^ Top Gun: Guts & Glory limitations information at Giant Bomb. Retrieved September 26, 2019.
  4. ^ "Top Gun: Guts and Glory". GameRankings. CBS Interactive. Retrieved September 26, 2019.