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Top Gun Nintendo NES
Top Gun

Top Gun

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Nintendo NES
Regular price
$29.50 AUD
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$29.50 AUD
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Item Specifics

Condition: Pre-owned
Region code: NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)
Genre: Action & Adventure
Publisher: Konami

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Condition Description

The game is in overall good condition. There is some very faint permanent marking on the front of the cartridge near the right side. There are no other signs of wear to the item. The box and manual are not included. Please note that the game is NTSC-U/C region-coded and can only be played on NTSC-U/C region-coded consoles.


      Product Description

      Top Gun is loosely based on the film of the same name. It is an action game in which the player controls an F-14 Tomcat fighter through four different missions.

      The action is seen from a first-person cockpit view. Depending on the mission, different kinds of targets must be destroyed. There are always enemy aircraft, but some missions include sea and ground targets as well. Two weapons are available: machine guns (with unlimited ammunition) and missiles. The player can choose from three types of missiles before a mission: the more powerful ones can only be carried in lower quantities.

      Enemy aircraft either overshoot the players's plane from behind and can be easily taken down, or they come from the front and fire guns and missiles. Sometimes, an enemy plane will position itself on the player's six. It should be lost quickly by steering left and right, or instant death follows.

      Halfway through missions two through four comes a refueling sequence where the fuel plane's nozzle must be aligned with one's aircraft.

      Every mission (except the first one) features a final mission target, which can take a lot more damage than regular targets.

      Each mission concludes with a landing attempt on the aircraft carrier. To successfully land, the player's plane must have a certain altitude and speed. Successfully landing gives bonus points, but crashing the plane doesn't end the game - it simply costs a life.


          Our Promise

          Top Gun has been cleaned, tested and is working. If you experience any difficulties in getting the game to run on your system, please contact us via email or live chat. Faulty products will be refunded in full under our 30-day free warranty policy.

          All pictures are of the actual products that you will be receiving. If something cannot be seen in the pictures (e.g. a manual), please assume that it will not be included. Feel free to enquire via email or live chat if you have any queries.