The Space Adventure – Cobra: The Legendary Bandit (コブラII: 伝説の男 Kobura II: Densetsu no Otoko), also known simply as The Space Adventure, is an adventure game released for the PC Engine CD in 1991 in Japan and for the Sega CD in 1995 in North America and Europe. It is the sequel to a Japan only game titled Cobra: Kokuryuuou no Densetsu released for the PC Engine CD in 1989, both being based on the manga and anime series Cobra by Buichi Terasawa. The game was developed and published by Hudson Soft and was one of the last games to be published for the Sega CD in both North America and Europe. The format of the game is similar to Snatcher while the plot is based on one of Cobra's early adventures.
The game is the first anime-licensed game to receive a Mature rating from the ESRB.
|Cobra||Yasuo Yamada||Doug Stone|
|Crystal Boy||Tesshō Genda||Jeff Winkless|
|Jane Flower||Masako Katsuki||Edie Mirman|
|Lady Armaroid||Etsuko Ishikawa||Carrie Gordon-Lowrey|
|Dominique Royal||Kazue Komiya||Barbara Goodson|
|Kathy Royal||Manami Maruyama||Melora Harte|
|Duck||Shun Yashiro||Robert Axelrod|
|Vigaro||Kazuyuki Sogabe||Michael McConnohie|
|Dr. Light||Ryūji Saikachi|
|Bill Sullivan||Tatsuyuki Jinnai||Barry Stigler|
|Scorpio||Emi Noguchi||Joyce Kurtz|
- Stephen Apostolina
- Robert Axelrod
- Sally Ann Brooks
- Steve Bulen
- Richard Cansino
- Michael Forest
- Barbara Goodson
- Melora Harte
- Joyce Kurtz
- Wendee Lee
- Edward Mannix
- Melodee Spevack
- Barry Stigler
- Jeff Winkless is the lone voice actor from the Streamline dub of the film to reprise his role. Barbara Goodson and Wendee Lee were also in the films dub, though are not cast in their respective roles.
- Sullivan goes from being voiced by Barry Stigler at one point to being voiced by Michael Forest at another.
- The Space Adventure at the Internet Movie Database