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Xevious (universe)

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Xevious (universe)
Cropped from the Xevious 3D Classics logo.
Developer(s) Namco
Arika
Hamster Corporation
Publisher(s) Namco
Atari
Nintendo
Hamster Corporation
Genre(s) Vertical Shooter
Console/platform of origin Arcade
First installment Xevious (1983)
Latest installment Arcade Archives Xevious (2021)
Article on Wikipedia Xevious (universe)

The Xevious universe (ゼビウス, Xevious) is a series of vertical shooters developed by Namco. In Xevious, the player controls a ship called the Solvalou, fighting against an alien army from the planet Xevious and their leader, a biocomputer known as GAMP.

In Super Smash Bros. 4[edit]

The Xevious universe's first appearance in the Super Smash Bros. series is in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. It is one of the Namco franchises represented in the game, along with others such as Dig Dug, Galaxian, Mappy, Baraduke, Rally-X, and Pac-Man.

Enemy[edit]

Item[edit]

  • Special Flag: Despite first appearing in Rally-X, these bonus items are credited by their trophy as coming from Xevious.

Cameo[edit]

  • Andor Genesis, the boss spaceship from Xevious, can appear in Pac-Man's Namco Roulette taunt in Wii U .
  • The Solvalou, the playable ship from Xevious, can appear in Pac-Man's Namco Roulette taunt.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

The Xevious universe in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate remained untouched from its previous appearance. Only Bacura was removed in the transition due to Smash Run not returning in this game.

Item[edit]

Cameo[edit]

  • Andor Genesis, the boss spaceship and The Solvalou, the playable ship from Xevious, return in Ultimate as one of Pac-Man's Namco Roulette taunt.