Please let me know if you have your own web site of Gradius !
Lastupdate: 2000/12/25 (Planet Gradius)
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This is one of the best looking Gradius sites I have saw, and it is surely one of my favorite. Check it out and you'll know it ! You may got surprised that JKO, webmaster of Planet Gradius, is also Chinese. Actually he did lived in Hong Kong (quite near to my home) too ! By knowing this, I understand that he is the first Hong Kong Gradius fan I meet. (^^)
This is the first Gradius site I have got noticed to be linked from, on June 14, 1998. This is also the first and only Brazilian Gradius site I know. Though I cannot read the language of Brazilian, I can feel that Cadari, webmaster of this site, is a very kind person.
This is one of the greatest sites of Gradius I have ever seen. But somehow, the server of this site is seems disabled (cannot locate the server) since near the end of 1999 as refered to my experience. So I have been lost contact with it for a long time. Anyone can tell me what's going on with this site?
This is lucky I got noticed by Jamco, the webmaster, two days ago that his page is actually moved last year. Now we can visit it again !
This page contains detail descriptions on the following 3 Gradius titles: NES GRADIUS, PCE GRADIUS II and SNES GRADIUS III. Contact Ghostwalker, the Commander of Starbase 299, for any questions ! By the way, don't forget to reach the front page at STARBASE 299: Featuring The Video Game Shooter Database. You'll found information related to a hugh number of shooters (not just Gradius) from the Starbase !
This is another cool Gradius site, quite a new one. You'll see Neil Salvemini, the webmaster, is also a huge Gradius fan. You'll find many interesting stuff including the screen images of one of my favorite titles - FC GRADIUS II !
The Organization for the Preservation of Classic Forms of Gaming. This is one of my longest know Gradius related site. To tell you the truth, I didn't have much impression on it because this site is more likely belongs to classic gaming instead of Gradius. I hope you don't mind Rob (he is the president of OPCFG). Though you may not able to find much Gradius stuff from it, you'll see interesting information related to classical games !
Daniel Riley, webmaster of Life Force Planet, collected detail information on the Salamander series. This site contains many screen shots of the games and images of the movies, yes the movies ! You'll also see the picture of the original Arcade cabinet of LIFEFORCE !
This is a shoot'em up site created and owned by Malcolm Laurie. Also, don't forget to check out his original site at shmupsmk2. He started that site but had to give it up because of lack of time. His page contains detail information on classical shoot-em-ups, and is in the way cool !
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