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Gain Ground
Developer(s)Sega
Publisher(s)Sega
Year released1988
System(s)Arcade, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, TurboGrafx-CD, Wii, Windows
SeriesSega Ages
Genre(s)Action
Players1-3
ModesSingle player, Multiplayer
Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 9: Gain Ground
Developer(s)Warashi
Publisher(s)3D-Ages
Year released2004
System(s)PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3
Sega Ages Gain Ground
Developer(s)M2
Publisher(s)Sega
Year released2018
System(s)Nintendo Switch
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Gain Ground is an arcade game that was ported to the Sega Master System, Mega Drive/Genesis and TurboGrafx-CD. In 2004, it was re-released in Radica Games' TVPlay Legends Vol. II TV Games compilation. It was remade in the PlayStation 2 title Sega Ages 2500 Series Vol. 9: Gain Ground, which was released only in Japan. The Mega Drive/Genesis version was made available on the European and Australian Wii Virtual Console on February 2, 2007, and was made available in North America on February 5, 2007. It also appeared in Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

From a Gain Ground flyer:

A long period of peace has deprived the earthlings of their instinct to wage war. The Federated Government, greatly concerned regarding this ever increasing dangerous situation, developed a GAIN GROUND simulation system in the year 2348 in an effort to instigate their ever waning fighting spirit. However, suddenly without warning, the Supercomputer went berserk and took many of the citizens as hostages. In order to rescue the POWs, three of the bravest warriors were urgently dispatched to go forth into the deadly GAIN GROUND.

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