(SNES / Super Nintendo)

The Ignition Factor (SNES / Super Nintendo)

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The classic fire-fighting game, The Ignition Factor, is back, and this time on Virtual Console!

Take control of a brave firefighter as he battles to save people from towering infernos and flame-filled factories.

You have a large variety of equipment to help you with your task, plus the hero isn't afraid of getting physical and kicking objects, climbing ropes and jumping to help him get to all areas. But time is definitely not your friend, as the fires get gradually worse and you slowly run out of breathable air! Different types of fire need to be extinguished with different methods, so you'll need to use your equipment to the best of your ability to save the day.

Aim to use the fire engine and your team-mates to extinguish all the flames you can see! Can you keep your cool and save everyone in a constantly changing environment?

Game Review

Wii U eShop Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Jose Acosta

A reality show about the lives of hot and steamy firefighters

This is the scripted story of six strangers that are picked to become firefighters, work together and have their lives played by a total stranger with a controller. Find out what happens when they stop being polite... and realize their lives aren't...

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Virtual Console Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

It burns, but it doesn't crash

Ask anybody to name some firefighting games and you'll be lucky if they name one. Despite the games about the profession generally being quite good, there's not many of them, and they're not very widely known either. The Ignition Factor is one of only two...

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User Comments (6)



brooks83 said:

Awesome! This is a game I never got a chance to play when I was younger. I'm really happy Jaleco is giving the VC a second chance. They must have finally made a profit on the games they put up in 2007 lol.



KeeperBvK said:

correcting someone else's misinformation is one thing, but using that opportunity to straight-up be a jerk to another user is unacceptable. knock it off. — TBD
The Firemen was also released outside of Japan, just only in Europe.

Edit: I'd be nicer to that guy if he wasn't constantly writing BS on all kinds of games. It's annoying.



Pj1 said:

I'm going to take a look at this on YouTube b4 I download this. Sounds good and need N.L to do a review! Then I'll download it, if it's not too hard.

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