Lost In Translation/Xevious 3D/G

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Xevious 3D/G
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Manufacturer Namco
Released 1995
8-way Joystick
3 Button(s)
Main CPU PlayStation
PSX CPU (@ 16.934 MHz)
M37702 (@ 16.384 MHz)
Sound CPU Stereo
C352 (@ 16.384 MHz)
Raster (Horizontal)
640 x 480 pixels
60.00 Hz
65,536 Palette colours
Screens 1
ROM Info 13 ROMs
21,757,952 bytes (20.75 MiB)
MAME ID xevi3dg

About The Game

Xevious 3D/G is a 3-D arcade video game shoot-em-up

This is the popular sequel to the "Xevious". It became quite popular because of some good 3-D modelling and nice camera work by Namco. This game's BGM is nice as well.


Revision 1
  • XV31/VER.A : Japan release, 13:03:46, APR 10 1996

Tips And Tricks

For a secret message: at the very beginning of the game, you have to cross a river. If you drop bombs at the edge of this you will get the secret message : "NAMCO ORIGINAL CREATED BY K.KENJO" .


  1. Xevious (1982)
  2. Super Xevious (1984)
  3. Solvalou (1991)
  4. Xevious 3D/G (1995)


Kohji Kenjoh
Visual Director
Rascal Fukuda
Proto Programmer
Yousuke Kuroda
Yutaka Kounoe
Tadashi Iguchi
Hajime Harima
Visual Designers
Kaname Takai
Nabuo Takahashi
Muneyuki Tejima
Test Mode Programmers
Kazuyuki Nikaido
Graphic Designer
Hideaki Ito
Music & Sound Effects
Ayako Saso
Shinji Hosoe
Nobuyoshi Sano
Hiroto Sasaki
Debug & Tuning Team
Kazuo Takahashi
Tetsuya Akatsuka
Norikatsu Yoshikawa
Jin Okubo
Yasumichi Onishi
Satoshi Masukawa
Shukuo Ishikawa
Hajime Nakatani
Katsuo Nakamura
Junichi Kawamura
Masaya Nakamura


Sony PlayStation (1997, "Xevious 3D/G+")

Soundtrack Releases

Album Name Catalogue No. Released Publisher Comments
Xevious 3D / G+ Techno Maniacs PCCG-00422[1] 1997-10-17 Pony Canyon, Inc. CD version.
Xevious 3D / G+ PlayStation Soundtrack 001 WSCA-00001[2] 1997-08-20 Wonder Spirits 3 CD version.


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The sources used include MAME (version 0.113u2) and history.dat (revision 1.28 - 2008-10-18).
Please see http://www.arcade-history.com for credits.