The Fifth Element is a 1998 third-person action-adventure game developed for the Playstation by Kalisto Entertainment (Nightmare Creatures, Fury of the Furries) and published by Activision (Apocalypse, Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style). Following along with the events of the 1997 film, players assume the roles of Korben Dallas and Leeloominaï Lekatariba Lamina-Tchaï Ekbat De Sebat on a mission to gather up four ancient stones and save the world from Absolute Evil.
Get in your hover-taxi and buckle up, because this game is primed to explode -- this is the ride.
I'm Phenwah, joined once again by Lobst and DemoWeasel. Welcome to The Fifth Element!
Note: this game uses solely footage and dialogue from the film for its cutscenes, and we're going to be talking over them. If you haven't seen the film, you'll probably get lost pretty quickly, as the game makes very little effort to fill in the gaps between story beats. Also, it's a genuinely good piece of entertainment and worth a watch on its own.
|03: Escape From NYPD + Tutorial||YouTube|
|04: Cornelius (K)||YouTube|
|05: Cornelius (L)||YouTube|
|06: Zorg's HQ (L)||YouTube|
|07: Zorg's HQ (K)||YouTube|
|08: Escape From Zorg's HQ||YouTube|
|09: Depths of N.Y. (K)||YouTube|
|10: Depths of N.Y. (L)||YouTube|
|11: The Factory (K)||YouTube|
|12: The Factory (L)||YouTube|
|13: Astroport (K)||YouTube|
|14: Astroport (L)||YouTube|
|15: Call From Zorg||YouTube|
|16: Fhloston Flight (K)||YouTube|
|17: Fhloston Flight (L)||YouTube|
|18: Fhloston Paradise (K)||YouTube|
|19: Fhloston Paradise (L)||YouTube|
|20: Machine Room (K)||YouTube|
|21: Machine Room (L)||YouTube|
|22: Free Cornelius||YouTube|
|23: Bomb Alert (K)||YouTube|
|24: Bomb Alert (L)||YouTube|
|25: Egyptian Temple (L)||YouTube|
|26: Egyptian Temple (K)||YouTube|